Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Engineering Outreach Center
Graduates of Rowan's Electrical and Computer Engineering program are employed in a cross-section of industries, including small businesses and large corporations, government, and health-care. Fields of specialty include semiconductors, computers, communications and information systems, biomedical engineering, and power and energy conversions.
You can use the Engineering Outreach Office to find a job, internship, or even part time work opportunities. Fill out all of your info and upload your resume, and potential employers will contact you! The site is updated daily, so check back often for new job postings. All of the job and career fairs tha Rowan Engineering students can attend are handled through this site as well, so make sure you have an account!
What is ECE?
Electrical and Computer engineers apply computer systems, electronics, electromagnetics and system theory to develop a wide range of products and solutions for business, government, and other organizations. They design and implement the components and systems that are integral parts of modern technology.
Any questions should be directed to Melanie Basantis, who can also be reached at 856-256-5307.
This online resource is available only to Rowan Engineering students and alumni by request and please visit Career and Academic Planning Centeic and mathematical principles, experience, judgment, and common sense to make things that benefit people.