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Career Services


Tuesday, Sept. 1

Co-op? Say What? Information Session
Co-ops are a great opportunity for students to work full-time in a paid position while still maintaining student status at VCU. Come learn more about co-ops and how you can get started!

Wednesday, Sept. 2

Altria Presents: Prepare for the Fair
Learn how to best prepare for the Engineering Internship and Career Fair including how to craft your elevator pitch, research companies, what to wear, and more!

Thursday, Sept. 3

Corporate Connections: WillowTree Apps
Connect with representatives from WillowTree Apps on internship and job opportunities for CS majors.


The mission of Engineering Career Services is to prepare engineering students for their careers and to build relationships within the engineering corporate community. We accomplish this through specialized programs to engage students and train them in all aspects of professional development — from job and internship search strategy to resume writing skills to learning how to evaluate an employment offer. We work diligently to build mutually beneficial relationships within the corporate community to increase opportunities for our students and to become a school of choice for employer recruitment.

Some of the events and programs offered through Engineering Career Services include:

  • Career counseling
  • Resume development
  • Interview preparation
  • Internship opportunities
  • RamsRecruiting
  • Etiquette dinners
  • Career fairs
  • Employer site visits
  • Employer networking opportunities

Career Spots videos

Check out these videos for tips and strategies for your job search.

Contacts and office hours

Anita Hazel Taylor, director
Laura Lemza, career counselor
Rebecca Kurihine, career center coordinator

Phone: (804) 827-1801
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Location and directions

VCU Engineering Career Services
School of Engineering West Hall, Room 235
601 West Main Street
Richmond, Virginia 23220
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