Improving Lives Through Community Relationships
Engineers have a responsibility to improve lives. UT Arlington's College of Engineering is building relationships in the community to benefit industry, alumni, current and future students, employers, and the College itself.
Our community partnerships enable experiential learning through co-ops and internships; employer and alumni recruiting; sponsored scholarships; on-site field trips; K-12/STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) activities; and industry advisory board membership.
For those interested in posting employment or internship opportunities for students of the College of Engineering, please contact the cooperative education/internship coordinator, Carole Coleman. If you have funding or research opportunities, please contact the director of corporate relations, Mat Tonne. Our staff will ensure that all employment and internship opportunities are forwarded to the appropriate departmental contacts.
Please consider giving to the College of Engineering. Every gift matters, regardless of its size. Your gift, in the form and for the purpose you choose, will play a crucial role in the progress and continuing success of Maverick Engineers. Your gifts enrich our students' educational experience and increase the UT Arlington College of Engineering's competitive edge among its peers.