About CDCR

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations (CDCR) exists to foster holistic student career development and facilitate meaningful connections between students and employers.

The SCGOE Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations serves all degree-seeking students in the College of Engineering, regardless of major, year, or degree level. Students may also use career counseling services offered through the Auburn University Office of Career Services and Co-Operative Education.

CDCR Sign at Lockheed Martin Day

Services

Student at Lockhead Martin event

Drop in Advising

Tuesdays

2:00 - 4:30 PM
Shelby 1314

Quick conversations for resume and cover letter reviews, networking, career fair prep, job search strategies, and more. No appointment needed. First come, first serve!

 

Scheduled Appointments

Reserve a time to talk about your career questions.
Schedule on Handshake at auburn.joinhandshake.com

Students talking with recruiter

Engineering Pathways

The Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations offers trustworthy, customized guidance for each stage of your journey. Whether it is choosing your major, finding an internship, or prepping for that first interview, we’re here to guide you with every aspect of your career exploration, planning, and development.

For Employers

Posting Jobs & Internships

Auburn University offers free internship, externship, summer, and full-time job postings to employers through Handshake.

Company Visits

Whether you are looking for a specific major or building your company brand across Auburn Engineering, we can tailor to meet your diverse recruiting needs. The Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations is happy to assist you in planning your campus visit.

Information Sessions

The Office of Career Services and Co-Operative Education hosts on-campus interviewing and a variety of career fairs throughout the academic year. The Engineering and Technology Fair attracts over 1100 engineering students each semester.