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Student and mentor

Hire a student

Count on the Engineering Career Centre to help you in developing a targeted and successful recruitment plan to attract diverse and talented interns and graduates.

  • Hire interns via our Engineering Internship and Co-op Programs.
  • Take advantage of our recruitment services, including Career Fairs, Free Job Postings (for recent graduates and interns); Interview on Campus and Company Information Sessions:

 

Be a WIE mentor or industry volunteer

Connect with students and promote your organization:

  • Share your experience as a guest speaker at Engineers-in-Action Speaker Series and Career Panels;
  • Sponsor a student event, competition or conference;
  • Plan a company visit or networking activity;
  • Become a mentor (for McGill alumni).

 

Our partner companies and careers

Learn more about the kinds of internships available to Faculty of Engineering students, the jobs they get after graduation and the companies they work for:

 


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Donors

Learn about ways that you can make a meaningful gift to provide students with the opportunities they need to contribute positively to the world around them on our donations page.


We are women in the Faculty of Engineering

 

Meet a professor

Viviane Yargeau and researchers

Viviane Yargeau
Associate Professor

When I decided to seriously consider seeking an academic position, McGill attracted me because of the diversity of people working here...the strong commitment of McGill to support national and international collaboration. Meet Professor Yargeau

Meet an alumna

Irene Makris

Irene Makris
Mechanical Engineering

Women bring more diversity into engineering through the way they think, the way they solve problems, the way they lead and manage people, and the way they interact with others. They can be positive agents for change. Meet Irene

 

Meet a grad student

Selina Liu

Selina Liu
Chemical Engineering

At the end of high school, I was ready for something new, exciting and challenging. Moving half way across the country for school seemed to be fitting. Meet Selina

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