During the fall and spring semesters, engineering employers are visiting Auburn's campus almost daily in an effort to recruit Auburn Engineers. Consider connecting with employers at: 

  • Table Talks | Typically located in the Brown-Kopel Atrium, this is an informal way to network with companies on campus. Employers set up a table where you can stop by between classes for a quick chat about the company and any available opportunities. 
  • Employer-in-Residence | Events meant for you to get professional development advice from recruiters interested in hiring Auburn engineers. An employer-in-residence session may focus on providing advice to prepare for an interview, review your resume, or offer guidance in seeking opportunities at their particular company.
  • Lunch and Learn | One-on-one or small group informal Q&A sessions. You can learn about the day-to-day life of a professional after graduation. 

When employers visit Auburn, they commonly post one of more internships, co-ops, or full-time jobs on Handshake. Check out the featured positions below posted by companies who will be recruiting on-campus this year at Table Talks, Employer-in-Residence, Lunch and Learns, or Career Fair & Interview events. Once you review the job posting, make sure to attend the event so you can speak with a representative about the role!

Auburn University Co-op and Internship Interview Day Jobs

These positions and those linked in the button below are associated with this semester's Co-op and Internship Interview Day (CIID). Learn more about how to schedule a CIID interview at a Co-op and Internship Interest Meeting or by scheduling a Co-op and Internship Interview Day Prep appointment.


Full-Time Jobs