December 5, 2016
We, the officers of the UW Bothell chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), believe networking to be the top priority of our club. In consideration of this, we have invited local industry representatives to participate in a panel on our campus. The topic of discussion will be internships, the needs of the panelists, advice that can aid students pursuing internships, and advice on how our students can take full advantage of an internship.
Please come prepared with a reviewed Resume / CV. There will be an opportunity after the panel to meet with company representatives for one on one questions and resume review. I would also suggest having your elevator pitch ready to go. Please contact the UWB Career Center for assistance getting prepared for Internship Season.
Our club officers have donated their membership refunds in order to provide refreshments for attendees. All attendees will be asked to consider joining our professional society so we can continue to provide these opportunities.
Time: Monday, December 5, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
Location: Maker Space
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