AT&T L1VE is a fast track option for candidates interested in their Leadership Development programs.   This all expenses paid trip to Dallas will put you among the best and brightest in your field and will feature competitions, client interactions, tours, networking and fun.  Final round interviews will happen on-sight for all attendees!

You will have the opportunity to learn about AT&T’s Development Programs – straight from the experts!  You’ll network with AT&T’s senior leaders and technology gurus all leading towards the potential opportunity to leave with an offer to start an amazing career at AT&T.

What did last year look like?  Here is The AT&T L1VE Experience from 2018.


Women of Wonder Luncheon

OVP Woman of Wonder Luncheon: RSVP
Join OVP as they commence 8 individuals, who identify as a woman, share their stories about impacting others via volunteering, and initiating and creating change within our community.

The deadline to RSVP is Saturday, March 9, 4:59 p.m. Please note that ensured reservations will be given on a first come, first served basis.

Contact the Office of Volunteer Programs for more details.

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Capgemini Summer 2019 - RISE Program

RISE is Capgemini’s new leadership program aimed at giving rising seniors an in-depth look into the field of technology consulting.  This is a high intensity, interactive, 3-day session where students will be exposed to Capgemini resources and design centers.  You will be offered many opportunities to flex your critical-thinking skills against real-life problems, to gain a true understanding of how working in a global technology consulting firm can support your career path, and to meet like-minded students from across the country.  Students will be grouped together and tasked with a “project” to solve which will result in a tangible product that you will then present to a panel of judges.   Successful completion of the program may result in a 2020 Staff Consultant full time offer with Capgemini.


Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Minimum 3.4 GPA along with a major or minor in one of the following:

    • Biochemistry

    • Biology

    • Chemistry

    • Computer Science

    • Engineering (Aerospace, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Mechanical)

    • Information Technology

    • Mathematics

    • Physics

    • Psychology

    • Statistics

    • Supply Chain

  • Available May 28 – May 30

  • Ability to travel to event location

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States



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Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference

Strong leadership requires a lot more than a title. It requires vision, confidence, teamwork, and a strong sense of integrity. The Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference aims to strengthen these qualities in today’s best and brightest students to assist them in becoming the business leaders of tomorrow.

About the Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference

The Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference, led by Deloitte Technology and Human Capital Consulting professionals, will bring select freshmen and sophomores together to participate in an interactive event focused on developing both leadership and consulting skills. You will hone your team-building, interpersonal, and communication skills in an exciting, dynamic environment. This conference is sure to be a rewarding and thought-provoking experience with lessons you can apply throughout your university career!

Program Details

What: Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference
When: Saturday, April 13 from 9 AM CST – 3 PM CST
Where: I Hotel and Conference Center (1900 South First Street, Champaign, IL 61820)

How to Apply

To apply for the Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference, please complete this application. The application must be submitted before 11:59 PM CST on Friday, March 22nd.

Resumes are not required but are recommended with your application submission. To submit your resume, please email UIUC Consulting Campus Recruiting using the following email subject: UIUC Deloitte Consulting Leadership Conference. Save your resume with the following format: Last Name_First Name_Expected Graduation Year [YYYY]_Expected Graduation Month [MM].


·       Freshman (first-year undergraduate) or Sophomore (second-year undergraduate) standing: Enrollment in a full-time academic program with a target graduation date between December 2020 and May 2022

·       Strong academic credentials (minimum GPA of 3.3 preferred)

·       Demonstration of leadership, problem-solving, and strong verbal / written communication skills

·       Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels

·       Interest in pursuing a career in Human Capital or Technology Consulting



Please contact Emily Rock and Joydeep Ganguly if you have any questions.

Emily Rock
College of Business,
May 2018
HC Business Analyst

Joydeep Ganguly
College of Engineering,
May 2017
Business Technology Analyst


To find out more about Deloitte and our Analyst Programs, please visit our website.

Chlorox Spring Recruiting

5th Annual Clorox Product Design Competition & Tech Talk

Clorox will be on campus April 2nd & April 3rd to host our 5th Annual Product Design Competition & Tech Talk! This year, teams of 1-4 members will be tasked to come up with a new product innovation, and then present recommendations to a panel of judges. There is no need to prepare in advance! Just bring yourself or a team representing your society and put your skills to the test. Participants will have the chance to win great prizes ($600 Visa Gift Card for the first place team!) and gain exposure with a top consumer products company. The design competition will take place on April 2nd. Each team will be given 45 min to solve a problem and 15 min to present their solution to a panel of Clorox R&D product & process developers. Sign up here (! Our tech talk will be a trivia style session at 7 PM on April 3rd where students will learn about Clorox and Research & Development. Winners from the design competition will be announced at this time as well! Hope to see you there!

Clorox Design Competition (1 hr slots): 4:00-9:30pm April 2nd, 2019 – 1020 & 1060 LH (Lincoln Hall)

Clorox Tech Talk w/free pizza!: 7:00-8:00pm, April 3rd, 2019 – 100 MSEB (Materials Science & Engineering Building)


What is the HEROdyssey Fellowship?

The HEROdyssey Fellowship is an International Work & Travel Program that provides US college students with real-world International Business experiences in Singapore and Modern Day Southeast Asia, an energetic region that’s brimming with creativity and innovation. 

Why HEROdyssey?
As a HEROdyssey Fellow, you will spend Summer 2019 developing yourself professionally and expanding your horizons through hands-on work experiences at a wide range of exciting regional startups as well as Silicon Valley companies looking to expand in Asia. Though these experiences, you will develop an understanding of how companies are thinking about engineering products for new markets, and how cultures, consumer behavior and different social norms shape product design and technology usage.  

Applications received by 31 March 2019 will be eligible for a $500 Scholarship

Apply Now

Scholarships at Shell

Are you majoring in Engineering or Geosciences? Find out how you can apply for a $5,000 scholarship from Shell for the 2019-2020 academic year!

Shell offers two types of scholarships: the Shell Technical Scholarship and theShell Incentive Fund.

  • The Shell Technical Scholarship is for full-time students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in a specific technical major.

  •  The Shell Incentive Fund is for full-time students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in a specific technical major and who belong to particular under-represented minority groups.

For additional details about the application process and requirements for each scholarship, visit

The application deadline is March 15th, 2019, so don’t delay!

If you have any further questions, please contact Shell Careers  

LANGAN: Entry Level Geotechnical Engineer Openings

The Langan New York Geotechnical team is look to hire entry level Geotechnical Engineers who have an interest in challenging and rewarding small scale and large scale projects throughout New York City.  Join a firm dedicated to investing in its employees by offering many opportunities for learning and professional growth. To learn more about Langan, please click on the links below.

·         Who we are

·         Our Geotechnical Services

·         Why Join?

·         Geotechnical Engineer - New York, NY

·         Testimonials

Opportunities at Charter Spectrum

Charter Communications is working to recruit talent for their newly launched Rotational Program, specifically within their Field Operations Division.  Spectrum thrives at the intersection of evolving tech industries. Field Operations bridges and supports them all, with competencies including plant construction and performance, node and coax maintenance, productivity and quality assurance, and customer service. Delivering superb products and services to their customers’ homes and businesses is the goal that unites them.  Field technicians keep people and communities connected. On-call broadband and systems technicians meet a growing base’s scheduling and network needs. Hub and spoke warehouses maintain and supply our cutting-edge provisions. Dispatchers keep assignments running smoothly to meet our on-time guarantee. If you’re curious about how it all comes together, keep reading.

Spectrum employs over 95,000 people in 41 states and across multiple industries. The Field Operations Future Leaders rotational program is structured to create well-rounded, adaptable professionals who will be contributing to a wide range of projects, roles, and functional groups. They will learn how different teams contribute to Field Ops, cross-functionally, and across the business while developing relationships and gaining valuable insights. This means getting familiar with innovative technology, the industries, and Spectrum’s positioning within them. Spectrum is looking to find Bachelor and Master level graduates to fill these opportunities.

Not only will program participants have opportunities to experience different roles, they may also get to see the country — all on Spectrum. Every location and team has its own culture and dynamic. Future Leaders may travel to multiple locations to observe the culture and differing leadership styles.  (The person has to be open to relocate up to four times within the program.) Participants should finish the program with a broader understanding of Field Operations and able to make better-informed decisions about their future careers.

Project Admin-Ops, Field Ops (Bachelor’s Level)

Mgr, Operations, Field Ops (Master’s Level)

Habitat for Humanity Spring Break Trip

Are you still looking for something fun to do this spring break? Go on a Collegiate Challenge trip and you will gain an experience that will be remembered for a lifetime! Participating in a Collegiate Challenge trip is one of the best ways to get involved with Habitat for Humanity, and is a wonderful way to make a big difference.

For this Spring Break’s Collegiate Challenge trip, you get the choice of going to Thibodaux, LA or Tucker, GA to spend a week working on a house with a group of twelve. The trip will be from March 17th to March 23rd (essentially the entire Spring Break). The trip fee is $300 which covers the cost of registration, meals, transportation, and lodging. The application is due Friday, March 1st at 5pm.

More info is in the application and the link is included here:

KPMG R&D Technology Consulting Opportunity

KPMG currently has a full-time job posting on Handshake seeking applicants graduating between December 2018 and August 2019 for their AMCS R&D Technology Consulting group. Interested candidates must apply in Handshake AND on KPMG’s website by 11:59pm Friday, March 22nd. See qualifications below.

KPMG is currently seeking an Associate in our Business Tax Services – Accounting Methods and Credits Services R&D Technology practice.

• Support teams of client and KPMG personnel in the execution of project work, monitor and support progress against project milestones to help ensure timely and high quality delivery of deliverables across a variety of clients within multiple industries 
• Project a professional image of KPMG and provide high quality service to our clients
• Complete various quantitative and qualitative analyses as dictated by the scope of each project
• Conduct on-site fieldwork and review of client R&D activities and related costs 
• Conduct interviews and collect data from company subject matter experts, including engineers and technical specialists, accounting, and finance personnel
• Analyze technical documents (technical papers, design documents, technical specifications and requirements, test logs and other materials) provided by clients to ascertain and document tax treatment of related projects
• Organize documentation and create work paper files
• Prepare technical project narratives and deliverables
• Perform reconciliations between financial and tax reporting of relevant expenditures
• Actively seek to build and broaden industry and technical knowledge
• Raise issues in a timely manner and provide thoughtful alternatives to resolve them
• Contribute to the evolution of our intellectual capital through assistance with development and evolution of our methodologies and tools, market research, and thought leadership articles
• Assist managers and partners in the creation of proposals, discussion documents, business development activities, and practice administration

• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Accounting with an Information Technology concentration, or other IT/Accounting/Finance/Information Management and Analytics related degree from an accredited college/university 
• Coursework or minor in information systems, software engineering, computer science or data and analytics preferred
• Strong academic credentials
• Strong proficiency in basic PC applications including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, with a general understanding of data analysis techniques
• Ability to touch type and 50+ WPM preferred
• Strong client services delivery orientation including ability to take an active role executing engagements to client service standards 
• Exceptional interpersonal skills demonstrating the ability to gain the confidence and respect of senior executives and team members and build strong relationships
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Experience with technical writing preferred
• Willingness and ability to travel as needed, at times with relatively short notice
• Willing to work long hours (evenings/weekends) as needed to meet client deadlines
• Strong deductive reasoning, critical thinking, analytical and quantitative abilities
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team of professionals at all levels
• Targeted graduation dates from December 2018 through Summer 2019

CB&I Information Night


CB&I Storage Tank Solutions / McDermott is hosting an Information Session at the Illini Union Room 405 on February 19, 2019 at 6:00 PM. They will discuss exciting opportunities at CB&I. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Additionally, They will be on campus on February 27th  for the CEE Company Networking night, Civil Engineering Career Fair on February 28th, and interviews the following day, March 1st.  They will be setting up interviews for our schedules via email, by telephone or by meeting you at any of these events.

CB&I Storage Tank Solutions is the world’s premier global supplier of field erected plate and shell structures for the energy, water / wastewater, petrochemical, metals & mining industries. Key product lines include import and export terminals, atmospheric storage tanks, high pressure spheres, cryogenic storage spheres, pressure vessels, nuclear containment vessels, LNG tanks, egg-shaped digesters, thermal vacuum chambers, elevated water towers, and penstocks. We are looking for MEs, and CEs to do the structural and mechanical design and analysis of plate and shell structures and their associated supporting structures, systems and equipment.

VMware Achieve Scholarship

VMware is excited to share that the annual VMware Achieve Scholarship is now open for applications! Achieve was created to support and empower women pursuing degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering by offering a one-time tuition award to support your education goals. See below for more details on the VMware Achieve Scholarship and follow the link to apply today!

VMware Achieve Scholarship:

A scholarship created to inspire and support the broader community of women in technology. The scholarship provides a one-time $10,000.00 USD award for tuition and fees to a female student pursuing a degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering. Review eligibility criteria and learn more at VMware Achieve.

NASA Glenn Pathways Internship Opportunity

The NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio has an internship opportunity available for undergraduate students. This position is in NASA's Pathways Intern Program which provides students with the opportunity to explore NASA careers and gain meaningful developmental work experience. The intern will work in the Materials Chemistry and Physics Branch located in the Materials and Structures Division of the Research and Engineering Directorate.

They are looking for students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Ceramic Engineering, Computer Science, Materials Engineering, Materials Science, or Physics  


Applications are due by February 25th.

Bain & Company's BEL Program

Are you an undergraduate interested in a summer internship with Bain & Company – recently rated 2019’s “Best Place to Work” by Glassdoor? We invite you to learn more about the 2019 Building Entrepreneurial Leaders (BEL) Program at one of our upcoming informational webinars.

The BEL program is a highly selective one-week paid internship focused on giving top students of Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino and American Indian descent the opportunity to strengthen their business and leadership skill set while gaining exposure to Bain & Company, one of the world’s top tier strategy consulting firms.

Webinars – each webinar will cover the same material; please choose the date/time that works best for you

·         Date: Tuesday, February 12th

·         Time: 7 – 8 PM ET

·         RSVP: Register here; webinar link will be provided to registrants prior to the event

·         Notes: While the BEL program is for current sophomores only (the one week program takes place in August prior to the start of junior year), we encourage both freshman & sophomore students to attend.

·         Date: Wednesday, February 27th

·         Time: 9 – 10 PM ET

·         RSVP: Register here; webinar link will be provided to registrants prior to the event

·         Notes: While the BEL program is for current sophomores only (the one week program takes place in August prior to the start of junior year), we encourage both freshman & sophomore students to attend.