Other Ways to Support
There are many other opportunities for supporting the CEE Department.
The active involvement of companies, foundations and professional organizations enhances the educational experience of our students and enables research with immediate benefit to society. Companies can get involved with CEE in a number of ways:
- Exhibit at job fairs to recruit from the #1 ranked CEE Department
- Offer internships
- Host students for a company visit
- Hold information sessions on campus
- Sponsor student travel to interact with alumni
- Speak with students about company projects
- Participate in CEE's Backpack to Briefcase professional development series
- Support Research Experience for Undergraduates (hands-on experience working with faculty on research)
- Fund the Global Leaders in Construction Management Program (travel internationally to view construction sites and companies)
- Back Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge Teams (supplies, teambuilding activities, and travel to competitions)
- Fund student scholarships/fellowships
- Provide textbooks or lab equipment
- Fund Faculty Innovation Grants to encourage cutting-edge research
- Tap into world-reknown expertise
- Build a pipeline of student talent
- Encourage employee participation in alumni events
- Sponsor events to strengthen brand among CEE alumni
- Network to identify potential hires
Alumni & Corporate Relations Contact
The CEE Office of Advancement is here to serve CEE at Illinois alumni and friends. We welcome your input and look forward to hearing from you!
For Corporate relations, e-mail is the most reliable contact method and will result in the quickest response.
MEAN STARTING SALARY OF CEE GRADUATES
STUDENTS ATTENDING CEE AT ILLINOIS
COMPANIES PARTICIPATING IN EACH JOB FAIR
Meet with current CEE AT ILLINOIS students. Company representatives are invited to lunchtime seminars to network and share their experiences as professional engineers. Interested? Email for more information.
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