The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is a land-, sea- and space-grant institution with a Carnegie Foundation high research activity classification. The UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) is nationally unique in the positioning of mathematics and the physical sciences (chemistry, earth sciences and physics) in the same administrative unit as computer science and the four engineering departments (Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering). This provides the opportunity to address 21st century problems, which inherently require interdisciplinary efforts, often combining engineering with the physical sciences, and both incorporating mathematics and computer science in educational, research and entrepreneurial activities. Our students are well prepared for the workforce.
We are committed to connecting employers to our talented undergraduate and graduate students. We offer a variety of ways to make those connections:
- Post your internships and job opportunities on Handshake
- Schedule on-campus interviews
- Attend Career Fairs
- Participate in employer-hosted events
- Utilize Internship resources
Additional opportunities to engage can include:
Be a Project Partner
The research and design project activities of the College fulfill an important part of its educational mission by providing "capstone" learning experiences for undergraduates, educating future research scientists and engineers and attracting, engaging and retaining excellent faculty and staff. If you are interested in learning more or submitting a proposal please contact Stephanie Whitney, CEPS Career Director, at email@example.com.
Become a Mentor
An exclusive online community for UNH, Wildcat Connections is the home for alumni and students to come together to answer questions, offer guidance, coach, inspire, and share professional success stories. Connections lead to opportunities, and this community is designed to facilitate professional growth for all in the UNH network.
Interested in a more structured, formalized mentoring program? If so, check out the Diversify Thinking Mentoring Program.