Student Jobs And Internships
Business Association of Stanford Engineering Students
See the Business Association of Stanford Engineering Students for job and internship listings from technology startups and recent ventures.
The main university job and internship posting service provided by the Career Development Center. In addition to technology positions, listings cover a broad range of areas for students who decide to pursue other non-technical career options.
See the Computer Forum for job and internship listings for students in Computer Science and the Computer Systems Lab.
Department of Computer Science e-mail list
An e-mail list specifically for job announcements of interest to Computer Science and Electrical Engineering majors. Subscribe with the following message (no subject line): subscribe cs-careers
Department of Electrical Engineering e-mail list
Join the Department of Electrical Engineering e-mail list for job announcements of interest to Electrical Engineering majors.
Department of Management Science and Engineering job resource
Join the Management Science & Engineering students e-mail list to receive job listings targeted specifically to MS&E majors. Students can receive weekly e-mail updates about new opportunities and apply for positions online.
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Check the Materials Science and Engineering to find job listings targeted specifically to MSE major. Students can also apply for positions online posted specifically for Stanford Engineers.
For a list of current job openings within the university see the Stanford jobs website.
The following are funding opportunities for U.S. engineering students to go abroad:
- National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) selects approximately 250 U.S. graduate students per year to conduct research in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, or Taiwan for 8-10 weeks in the summer.
- Winston Churchill Foundation Scholarships are funded and administered by the Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States. Awardees are funded to conduct graduate studies in Churchill College at Cambridge University for one year.
- The Whitaker International Fellows and Scholars Program supports international collaboration in the field of biomedical engineering for students from graduating seniors to post-doctorate degree holders.
- The Central Europe Summer Research Institute (CESRI) supports Masters or Ph.D. students in science or engineering to spend eight weeks conducting lab research in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, or Slovakia.