Heading to the Opportunity Job Fair on Saturday January 23rd? Come by our table and say hello! Program Managers will be on hand to answer questions during whole fair. More info on the fair here: ojf.stanford.edu
Global Engineering Programs News
Summer Engineering and Technology International Internships (SETII) – APPLICATIONS ARE DUE on Jan 31!
SETII Application will open in mid-December. Through SETII, Stanford SoE undergraduate and graduate students can spend the summer interning internationally. Internships typically last from mid-June until the beginning of September.
Applications will be due by the end of January. Internships this year are offered in China and India!
Engineering in Service International Fellowship – NEW PROGRAM!
Apply to be a fellow for the Engineering in Service International Fellowship (ESIF)! The Haas Center for Public Service and the Global Engineering Programs (GEP) have partnered to launch the Engineering in Service International Fellowship. This fellowship involves completing a full-time summer internship with an international nonprofit organization or government agency. ESIF allows Stanford engineers to involve their technical and work with the different public service pathways. 35 hours per week for nine consecutive weeks will be required at your service placement. A base stipend of $4,500 to support travel and living expenses during the summer will be given. Submission priority deadline is February 9, 2016.
Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours (SETS) - APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW!
SETS allows undergraduate and graduate students to go on a two-week tour to a country with a developing economy. Students gain first-hand insights into technology and engineering-based businesses inside developing economies with a faculty member and TA. This year, SETS locations will be China and South Africa!
NEW! Engineering and Archaeology Fellowship in Chavin, Peru - APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW!
The Engineering and Archaeology Fellowship is a summer fellowship program created in collaboration with GEP and Professor John Rick of Stanford’s Department of Anthropology. Spanning 7 weeks during the summer, this program investigates the application of engineering techniques and strategy to the field of archaeological conservation. For summer 2016, this fellowship will take three to five engineering students (both Undergraduates and Graduates are encouraged to apply) to support conservation efforts on the World Heritage site of Chavín de Huántar, Peru.