Welcome! My name is Raina Ranaghan and I am the Career Placement Officer for the Masters of Electrical Engineering program. Below you will find valuable links from the Center for Career Education and external sites that will help you build skills for your future employability. Coupled with this, I will be working to partner with industry and the larger resources within the Columbia community to deliver events and workshops. Please contact me directly if you wish to schedule a meeting to discuss your career goals and objectives.
Appointments: Monday & Wednesday - http://calendly.com/rmr2185
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-851-9252.
Department of Electrical Engineering Career Resources
Whether you are a new or returning student, you can make an appointment to speak with Raina at any time to discuss your career goals and readiness.
Students must make an appointment using Calendly by clicking on this link: http://calendly.com/rmr2185
Resume/Cover Letter, Networking tips, Job Search Advice, Interview Preparation, General Discussion.
Resume & Cover Letter Reviews
Please note the following requirements if you wish to schedule a resume or cover letter review.
- Review the EE web page on resume tips here.
The Electrical Engineering Department compiles resume portfolios each semester to distribute to over 400 registered employers. Many students have obtained full and part-time employment through this initiative.
Submitted resume files MUST be saved in the following format – please name your resume as follows:
- MSEE_2018__8_Levinson_ml3356_Resume *
Please send your resume in two formats (.pdf and MS Word .doc) to email address: email@example.com with the subject "Resume Book."
CarEEr Wiki is the internal EE job and event board. Each internship and full-time position that comes through EE is posted and stored here. Students must sign in to the Wiki with their UNI and Password, and are encouraged to check the posting board regularly. Click to see for a PDF of some posts from 2014-2015. Click here to see for a PDF of some posts from 2016-2017 Placement.
In addition to job and internship posts, students can access another helpful section titled “Experience Alley,” with relevant hackathons, networking events, projects, and recruitment events in and around New York City. Also available are password-protected (you can get this from firstname.lastname@example.org) PDFs with placement data of EE and CompE graduates, including company names, job titles, and locations. As each company is hyperlinked, this is a good place to research potential companies that have hired EE graduates.
The EE department coordinates employer info and recruiting sessions, in addition to alumni panels, tech tabling with local startups, and tech talks.
Previous employer visits include IBM, BAE Systems, MakerBot, LittleBits, BotFactory, Kinisi, SOLS, Dataminr, H1BVisaJobs.com, SwitchApp, Ropes & Gray, DuroUAS, and Google.
The EE career office leads several workshops throughout the year, usually later in the afternoon or early evening to limit conflict with courses. These include resume writing, networking, online resources, job search blitz, interviewing, and navigating career fairs. Emails will be sent out announcing these opportunities, and a mandatory but brief RSVP form will be included in each announcement. If students have any questions they may contact email@example.com.