Contact: Jennifer Wegner

Student Affairs Assistant Director and Adjunct Lecturer of Undergraduate Education

Michigan Engineering

Student Affairs

(734) 647-7155

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I am a Future Alum

Your connection to the Michigan Engineering community doesn’t end when you graduate – it expands. Discover how to become a part of that community now, and how to stay connected after you’re gone.

Michael Zarobe and the CoE Student Ambassadors meet in the Duderstadt Center on North Campus in Ann Arbor, MI on November 26, 2012.

Before you Graduate

Make the most of your college experience, and find Michigan Engineering opportunities that will keep you connected for a lifetime.

Connecting Online

The Michigan Engineering network is almost 70,000 people strong. Tap into that community to find jobs, prepare for the future or even make a new friend!

Choosing a career

If you’re looking for advice on which career path to take, trying to find hiring and salary statistics or want to know what opportunities are out there, browse through information provided by the Engineering Career Resource Center.

In preparation for the SWE/TBP Career Fair to be held on North Campus on September 24-25, university students meet with representatives from Microsoft to receive personalized attention and critiquing on their resumes in the connector hallway of the Duderstadt Center on September 21, 2012.

Finding a Job

Looking for the perfect job to match your skill set? Have a big interview coming up and want to get some practice in? The Engineering Career Resource Center has you covered.

Job listings

Resume and Cover Letter Tips

Preparing for an Interview