Thursday, September 21, 2017

Intellectual Property Career Showcase

Global Internship Fair

Global Internship Resource Fair

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Student Center Ballroom

All GT Students are welcome!  

This informational resource fair is a one-stop shot to learn about how to intern abroad!  Business casual attire is recommended (suits are not required).

Exhibitors include:
CESAR (Innovation Summer Projects in Brazil)
DAAD RISE (Undergrad & Grad Research in Germany)
Engineers in Action
Equifax  (See CareerBuzz post # 129848)
Prestigious Fellowships
SF Technology (See CareerBuzz Post #s: 130310, 129755, 129635, 129864, 129862, 129855, 129863)
Teaching Opportunities at El Cultural (Peru) & New Horizons (Dominican Republic)
Technical University of Munich, Summer Research  (See CareerBuzz post # 129093)
United Nations University, Computing and Society (Macau)  (See CareerBuzz post # 129088
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
U.S. Department of State 

Virtual Presentations: 

inodu Chile  11:00am-11:20am
Learn about an open "Energy and Sustainability Analyst Internship" at inodu in Chile!  (CareerBuzz post # 

CFN Japan 11:30am-12:15pm
Learn about the largest career fair for Japanese-English speakers in the United States

DAAD Germany 12:30pm-1:15pm
Funded Study and Research Opportunities in Germany

BUNAC UK 1:30pm-2:15pm
Tips on interning in the UK and the Tier 5 Visa

Cultural Vistas / IAESTE 2:30pm-3:15pm
IAESTE offers paid internships for STEM majors worldwide and CV offers opportunities for all majors

Going Global 3:30pm-3:50pm
How to find and prepare for global internships worldwide

GT Past Global Intern Poster Fair Submissions:
ASTERIA AEROSPACE  -  Bangalore, India
Dr. Roland Siegwart, Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich  -  Zurich, Switzerland
Aquabounty Canada  -  Souris, Canada
NTT - Japan
National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-NEERI) - Nagpur, India
United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society - Macau, SAR China
Siemens AG  - Regensburg, Germany
TeamLab - Tokyo, Japan
Microsoft Germany  - Berlin, Germany
AIESEC - Osaka, Japan
Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) - Berlin, Germany
Siemens Healthineers -  Erlangen Germany
Technical University of Munich -  Munich, Germany
EMPA Research Institute -  Zurich, Switzerland
Rakuten, Inc. - Tokyo, Japan
Technical University of Munich -  Munich, Germany
NTT  -  Atsugi, Japan
BMW Group  -  Munich, Germany
Rakuten  -  Tokyo, Japan
Technical University of Munich -   Munich, Germany
MTU Aero Engines -   Munich, Germany
EPFL - LCE Lab -   Lausanne Switzerland
Ecole des Ponts ParisTech  -  Noisy-Champs, France
Agri-Smart Cambodia  -  Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Siemens (Innovation Think Tank) -   Erlangen, Germany
New Horizons Bilingual School  -  Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Microsoft  -  Berlin, Germany
CESAR -  Recife, Brazil
Rational F&E GmbH -   Landsberg am Lech, Germany
HERMA GmbH  -  Deizisau, Germany

President's Undergraduate Research Awards: Applications Now Are Open

Applications for Spring 2018 PURA are now open.  The deadline to apply is Friday, September 29, 2017.   

New University Interdisciplinary Research Award

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program is offering a new award for students and faculty. The new University Interdisciplinary Research Award is designed to promote research collaboration between students and faculty from different departments. For information on this new award go and to apply go here. This is part of the President's Undergraduate Research Award and applications are due on Friday, September 29 at 11:59 pm. Please be sure to follow the application instructions.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

NASA Internships, Fellowships, and Scholarships

Don’t let your students just wish on a star, encourage them to work with one!
The NASA Internships, Fellowships & Scholarships (NIFS) Recruitment team is excited to announce the NIFS Virtual Career Summit on September 27th focused on exposing students to the many STEM opportunities and missions within NASA. This summit will stream live at 1 PM EST and will available on the site following the livestream for future viewings and references.
During the event students will have a chance to learn about diverse opportunities at NASA Centers across the United States, students will find information on eligibility requirements, how to apply for internships, scholarships and fellowships, and additional helpful tips. Additionally, students will have a chance to hear firsthand from interns and mentors about their own NASA experiences.
The Virtual Career Summit will feature:
  • A virtual resource center stocked with helpful information on working at NASA, how to improve the chances of landing an internship, fellowship, or scholarship as well as useful tools and tips for students to market themselves. 
  •  A virtual auditorium where the livestream will take place, featuring unique presentations focusing on STEM opportunities 
  • A live chat option at the end and throughout the course of the livestream between students and experts from NASA centers.  
Additionally, there will be Q&A sessions throughout the livestream where NASA professionals will be answering viewers’ questions. Encourage students to also submit any questions they have to the Twitter and Facebook handle @NASAInterns during the event using the hashtag: #NIFSlive 
Join us and encourage your students to as well. Please register here.
You can also follow Nasa Internship social media on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Thursday, September 14, 2017

PolyOne recruiting at the Career Fair next week

This announcement comes to us via a 2016 B.S. CHEM alumni, David Caro.  David completed the business track chemistry degree and was hired at PolyOne shortly before he graduated.  We strongly encourage those of you interested in industry positions to get in touch.


PolyOne is conducting on campus recruiting at the career fair next Monday 9/18, with on-campus interviews scheduled for 9/19 for full-time positions for Spring 2018 graduates for our Technical Sales (Full-time) as well as Engineering (Full-time Rotational)development programs. More information about these positions is available online at , and students are encouraged to create a PolyOne Career profile online before the career fair at . Any questions as well as Resumes from applicants can be sent from students directly to me at so that I can be looking for these candidates at the Career fair next week.

Targeted majors include Chemical, Materials Science, & Mechanical Engineering, as well as Chemistry and Business Administration.