Employer Info for Co-op
Infineon Technologies AG
"The exchange of students with TxSt to my supply chain innovation department has not just enriched the cultural diversity of our global student team; it also brought value add results in benefiting from the pragmatic, fast adapting, and learning students."
Service for Texas
The Ingram School of Engineering (ISoE) and its students are committed to service for the state of Texas.
Frequently Asked Questions
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- Yes, you can advertise for both types of positions and one type of experiential opportunity if preferred.
- The fall semester tends to be the busiest time for recruiting both spring and summer term starts. The fall 2021 Engineering and Technology Career Fair, which is one of the most efficient means of recruiting, is scheduled for Wed. 9/22/21.
- Typically, if you are recruiting a semester before your start date, you should still have a good number of qualified students to consider.
- Posting positions in Handshake is preferred. But we understand there can be last-minute openings or manager requests, and we will help you to meet your hiring needs.
- Co-ops are paid positions. Internships may or may not be paid.
- Once a student completes a position, it is between the student and employer in deciding if they will return for another co-op.
- No, engineering students only obtain credit through the ISoE co-op program. Another benefit is that engineering students are still considered full-time students when on a co-op rotation. There is no academic component to hiring an engineering intern.
- Students who have greater than a 2.25 GPA in the ISoE EE, IE, MfgE, and CE Programs are eligible to the co-op.
- Yes, we welcome the opportunity for our students to include an international term as part of their co-op or internship program. Both employer and student participants have found this to be an invaluable experience.
Supervisor's Evaluation Form
ENGR 3190 Cooperative Education Supervisor's Evaluation Form