The Hoeft Technology & Management Program Information Sessions

The Hoeft Technology & Management (T&M) Program bridges the gap between traditional engineering and business education by offering a unique curriculum to a select group of highly qualified business and engineering undergraduates.  The T&M Program is a joint venture between the Gies College of Business and the College of Engineering and works closely with its corporate affiliate partners to prepare business and engineering graduates to function effectively in technical, interdisciplinary, team-based industry environments.  The program develops tomorrow’s leaders of the innovation economy.

  • Tuesday, Nov. 14th, 5-6 p.m., 1320 DCL 
  • Wednesday, Nov. 15th, 5-6 p.m., 2043 BIF
  • Thursday, Nov. 30th, 5-6 p.m., 2041 BIF

Who?  Business and engineering majors planning to graduate any time from May 2020 to December 2021

Questions?  Email tech-mgmt@illinois.edu 

Brooke Owens Fellowship Program

Opportunity for all engineering majors interested in the Aerospace industry!

If you're an undergraduate woman interested in aviation or space exploration, the Brooke Owens Fellowship Program is a paid summer internship and mentorship opportunity made just for you! My name is Katie Carroll, and I am a junior studying aerospace engineering here at the University of Illinois. I am one of 36 girls that were selected as part of the inaugural class of Brooke Owens Fellows (Class of 2017), and I couldn't have imagined spending my last summer any other way. On top of being placed at one of the leading companies in the aerospace industry as part of this program, you are also paired with multiple professional mentors, both internal and external to your matched company. To top it off, in the middle of the summer you are able to meet the other 35 Fellows at a Summit held in Washington, D.C. and build a lasting community in the space and aviation industries. 

While I am an aerospace engineering major, there are opportunities for any and all majors who apply! The last class of Fellows was made up of undergraduate students who had just finished their Freshman to Senior years, and encompassed majors ranging from Biology and Physics, to Public Policy, Journalism, and Dance. 

To find out more information, feel free to visit: http://www.brookeowensfellowship.org/

Applications to become part of the next class of Brooke Owens Fellows are NOW OPEN and close on December 5th!

Any general questions or application advice can be addressed to Katie Carroll at kmcarro2@illinois.edu.

download.png

Illinois Student Government open positions

The Illinois Student Government is looking for committed and passionate students to serve in the newly created Sexual Assault Prevention Department. This department will:

  • Conduct research on ways to prevent sexual assault, and best practices from other Universities
  • Issue a report on their findings of ways to prevent sexual assault
  • Develop a plan of action to combat sexual assault for each academic year
  • Explore increasing the impact of current trainings such as FYCARE, GUARD, and Haven Plus
  • Oversee the It’s On Us Campaign

An application to be the It's On Us Campaign Director is also included in this application, but it is optional. The application link can be found here, and the deadline to apply is November 1st. No late applications will be accepted. 

_______________________________________________________

Did you know that our peers aged 18-21 are the lowest demographic signed up on the organ donor registry? There is an opportunity to change that with the Illinois Student Government's new Life Goes On Task Force that will focus on the following:

  • Coordinating with the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office
  • Proposing a budget to the Senate for the Task Force
  • Registering individuals at the university and in the area for the organ donor registry
  • Debunking myths surrounding organ donation
  • Developing a PR campaign to promote joining the organ donor registry

You can apply for the Task Force here. The deadline for the application is Sunday, November 5th (11/5) at 9:00 a.m. Late applications will not be accepted.

If you are not already a donor, you can sign up for the organ donor registry here.

_______________________________________________________

The Illinois Student Government has opened the opportunity to serve as student Justices within the Judiciary. Justices shall:

  • Serve until conferral of a degree or departure from the University
  • Oversee and decide on impeachment hearings
  • Possess final jurisdiction over all cases questioning the validity of actions taken by the Government, and may nullify cases where in conflict with the Constitution and the Register
  • Elect, amongst themselves, a Chief Justice who shall serve for a one-year term
  • Oversee all lower courts, tribunals, and boards of the Judiciary
  • Meet alternating Wednesdays at 6PM in the Senate Complex of the Illini Union

The application link can be found here, and the deadline is November 1st. No late applications will be accepted. 

Any questions can be addressed to Spencer Haydary at haydary2@illinois.edu

PwC annual Challenge Case Competition

PwC is hosting its annual Challenge Case Competition this year at the University of Illinois!

Challenge is an opportunity for all underclassmen students to experience real-world decision making and teaming early on in their academic careers, while also gaining exposure to business professionals and leaders in the marketplace. Through this experience, student participants will build relationships with their peers, along with PwC professionals across all staff levels. Participating in Challenge is the first opportunity for many students to learn more about future programs, internships, and full-time roles for which they may be eligible at PwC as they progress throughout their academic career.

Student participants will:

  • Work in teams to solve real-world, relevant problems facing today’s business world
  • Receive real time feedback from business professionals
  • Improve overall professionalism, through honing their communication and presentation skills
  • Establish a network of relationships within the world’s leading professional services firm
  • Build their resume to differentiate themselves from their peers and position them for future job opportunities

 

Who can participate?

Teams must include 4 to 5 people and must be comprised of:  

  • Freshmen & sophomores (in a 4-year program) or freshmen, sophomores & juniors (in a 5-year program)
  • At least 2 members in, or who have applied to/are in the process of, applying to the College of Business. (STEM major or minor is a bonus!)

If you are interested in participating and would like to be placed on a team (first come first served basis), please register using the link below and note "Individual Participant" under team name. 

When is Challenge?

This year’s competition will take place from October 19th - November 2nd. We will be hosting a Kick Off Event on October 19 (6-7pm, BIF 2041). We encourage at least one team member to attend the Kick-off event.

 

For event details and instructions on how to register, visit www.pwc.com/challenge. To register to participate, please select Illinois Challenge Fall 2017 – UIUC.

If you have any questions about Challenge at Illinois, please contact Christine Miller (christine.r.miller@pwc.com).

Challenge.png

Mabuchi Motor Summer Internship Program

Mabuchi Motor in Chiba, Japan is currently seeking 3 Illini engineering students to join our their Summer Internship Program 2018. Mabuchi Motor is a Tokyo Stock Exchange-traded, public multinational corporation, and the world's number one manufacturer of small DC motors.
Their small electric motors, over 1.4 billion produced annually in factories in China, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Mexico, are used in a wide variety of applications, from automotive uses in power windows, mirrors and seats to home appliances such as power drills, hair dryers and model cars, to electronics such as printers and DVD players, to numerous other products including medical devices, ATMs and vending machines.

Mabuchi Motor will be conducting interviews on campus from Nov. 14-16. Selected students will receive free airfare, visa assistance, a single occupancy, furnished dormitory room, and a substantial living stipend (100,000 JPY/month) for the duration of the 3 month internship.
English-only is perfectly fine, but this is a competitive internship and preference will be given to speakers of foreign languages. Resumes can be directed to Hikaru Sugie at h.sugie.hyg@mabuchi-motor.com

Please see this flyer here for more information.

Abbvie Info Session

AbbVie will be on campus for an Information Super-Session on October 4th from 6:00-8:30pm, as well as for the ACES Career fair on October 5th from 1:30-6:00pm. Currently, AbbVie is recruiting for both internships (sophomores and juniors) and development program members (graduating seniors) in two of our programs: Operations and Clinical Trial Operations.

This is an open invitation from Jenny Bogdal, who graduated from Illinois this past May with a BIOE degree. Jenny was also involved with SWE, specifically on the Outreach committee. Having been both an intern and now rotating through one of their development programs, Jenny has loved working at AbbVie so far and has been able to utilize many of the skills learned as a Bioengineer at Illinois to make a real impact in multiple roles. Jenny strongly encourage students to come out to the info session, talk to Abbvie at the career fair, and see what opportunities AbbVie can provide!

images.png

Nalco Water looking for interns

Nalco Water, an Ecolab Company, is looking for 2018 summer interns. They have 90 intern positions located in the continental United States alone! Nalco Water is looking for engineering students with good communication skills that might be a good fit for technical sales. They are considering internships to be the primary path to fill their full-time, entry level positions. Please see the flyer here for more information.

nalco-full.png

Angaza searching for full-time software engineer

Angaza creates software for selling life-changing products in underserved markets. Every day, families in more than thirty other countries, from Kenya to Nigeria to India, use technology developed by Angaza to buy solar home systems with "pay-as-you-go" (PAYG) financing and turn on electricity for the first time.

Angaza has recently closed another round of funding, and are growing our team. You will build the software used by organizations to manage solar financing for hundreds of thousands of off-grid households. As a team, Angaza embraces collaboration and independent responsibility: you'll be supported in your work, and you'll have the freedom to make your own decisions.

For more details -- and to apply -- please check out the full job descriptions.

This position is full-time and on-site in their San Francisco office. Relocation assistance is offered. For more information, please feel free to reach out to the following, and mention you're from U of I.

download.png

Kimley-Horn on campus

Kimley-Horn is excited to return to University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign’s campus this fall! They are actively recruiting nationwide for both summer interns and entry-level college grads interested in civil engineering design opportunities. They are more than happy to meet prospective students at the following events:

  • Tuesday, September 26 Networking Night @ NCSA Auditorium Room 1122, 6:00-9:00 PM
  • Wednesday, September 27 Career Fair @ Crane Bay of Newmark Lab, 9:30 AM-3:30 PM

About Kimley-Horn:  Consistently ranked as one of Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” and “Best Workplaces for Millennials,” Kimley-Horn prides itself on hiring high-achieving, dedicated, and reliable professionals.  They are one of the nation's most comprehensive and best respected design and consulting firms. With 2,700+ staff in over 75 offices, Kimley-Horn offers services to the private and public sectors in a wide range of disciplines: land development, transportation planning, traffic operations, roadway design, structures and parking services, water resources, environmental, aviation, wireless communications, transit and intelligent transportation systems, urban redevelopment, and landscape architecture. Our employee-focused culture allows you to find the path that’s right for you!

Want to be considered for an opportunity at Kimley-Horn? Apply online today at www.kimley-horn.com/join-our-team.  Interested in learning more?  Please stop by and meet Kimley-Horn at the career fair and info session! They will have a member of their human resources team, as well as a couple of Professional Engineers and Engineers-in-Training at both events to answer any questions you may have. 

Bain & Company on campus

Bain & Company is excited to return to campus over the coming weeks. If you are interested in hearing more about the work they do, the company is hosting an information session on Thursday, September 14th at 6pm in DKH 114.

For those of you who don't know, Bain is a global, strategic consulting firm with >50 offices around the world. They help business executives address their most business-critical questions. Additionally, the company works with two-thirds of the Global 500 and work with buyout funds representing 75% of the global equity capital. 

Bain & Company is also offering the chance for intern candidates to participate in Bain case chains. This includes the opportunity to practice three Bain-style cases, including one with a current employee of Bain & Company. There are limited spots available, so they are requiring a short survey to choose the final group. 

What: Bain Associate Consultant Intern (ACI) case chains

Who: Any UIUC student graduating in December 2018 or May 2019 (all other applicants are not eligible to participate)

When: Apply by 11:59PM September 15th . Participants will be notified by September 22nd. Three case interviews will be scheduled during the weeks of September 25, October 2, and October 9.

How to apply: Fill out the quick survey at the following link: Bain ACI case chain application  


Please see below for a summary of important recruiting dates. If you have any questions about AC recruiting, please reach out to Eric Tchon (eric.tchon@Bain.com) and if you have any questions about ACI recruiting, please reach out to Christie Currie(christie.currie@Bain.com) or Mitchell Lev (mitchell.lev@Bain.com).

Important Dates:

  • Information Session: Thursday, September 14th at 6pm in DKH 114
    • Associate Consultant Application Deadline: Friday, September 15th at noon
    • Please apply on Handshake as well as Bain.com
  • First Round Interviews (on-campus): Tuesday, September 26th
  • Associate Consultant Intern Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 3rd at 11:59pm
    • Please apply on Handshake as well as Bain.com
    • First Round Interviews (on-campus): Monday, October 16th
Bain_&_Company_logo.svg.png

Defense Information Systems Agency Virtual Session

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is hosting a virtual session to inform students about the cybersecurity career opportunities offered by the agency on 1 November from 5-6 PM Central time. Interested students are encouraged to submit their resumes before or after the event. Interviews of interested applicants will be arranged after resumes are reviewed.  Both the job description and event are already posted to Handshake. See the past DISA announcement for a flyer with more information. 

DISA_logo.png