Advice from a Technical Manager with Raytheon Technologies, July 8

Posted by on Jun 25, 2020 in Career, Events |

Don’t miss the Wednesday, July 8, 2020, “Advice from a Technical Manager” featuring Tom McCarthy of Raytheon Technologies who will be providing advice on getting hired for the job you want and answering your questions on this topic.

Tom McCarthy is currently the Engineering Director for Common Digital Products, at Raytheon Missiles and Defense (RMD), which includes Model-Based Engineering, Embedded SW, and Performance Simulation frameworks.  He has worked in various leadership roles at Missile Systems for 19 years serving as the director of the Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Center (MSA) before his current role.

Prior to assuming that, he has served as deputy center manager for Advanced Systems Development Center and MSA; department manager within MSA; and lead engineer for an international consortium in pursuit of NATO Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) architecture development. In addition, he has served as simulation lead on multiple efforts. Tom was also one of the original co-founders of the current Raytheon standard for Integrated Flight Simulations.

He holds Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.

Advice from a Technical Manager: Raytheon
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
4–5 p.m.

Register on Handshake, attend on Zoom

 

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Apply before June 26, AISES partners with Leidos for virtual internship opportunity

Posted by on Jun 18, 2020 in Career, Opportunities |

The American Indian Science and Engineering Society is teaming up with Leidos to offer a virtual internship researching ways to help combat the COVID-19 epidemic in Indigenous communities. The internship will last for six weeks and is paid.AISES LEIDOS logo

Find more information and apply https://www.aises.org/.

Applications are due Friday, June 26, 2020, don’t miss your chance at this great opportunity!

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FOX Corporation is hiring!

Posted by on Jun 18, 2020 in Career, Opportunities | 1 comment

Are you interested in the wide world of multimedia? FOX Corporation is now hiring full time positions that will allow you to bring your engineering talents and technical expertise into the world of television.Fox logo

For more information, check out the following job postings on Handshake:
https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3821699
https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3821784

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Attend the HYR Global Source virtual info session, June 17

Posted by on Jun 16, 2020 in Career, Events |

HYR Global Source wants to meet our industrial engineering students! They will be hosting a virtual information session to provide an opportunity to learn more about the organization and what they do. You will also have the opportunity to learn about available opportunities and speak with recruiters from the organization.

HYR Global Source virtual info session
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Learn more and register to attend

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Devils Invent: Unleashing Data Against COVID-19, June 26–28

Posted by on Jun 15, 2020 in Customize your experience |

Join us for our second virtual summer Devils Invent: Unleashing Data Against COVID-19, in partnership with Systems Imagination!

Work in teams to find solutions for how we can use data to lessen the effects of COVID-19. For example, how can we use data to determine where and when the second wave might hit? Or how can we use data to help areas with high infection rates?

Devils Invent: Unleashing Data Against COVID-19
Friday, June 26, 2020–Sunday, June 28, 2020
Register to participate!

Cash prizes are available for the winners (distribution details still being determined).

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Interested in being a student leader? Apply to be an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant/Section Leader by August 31

Posted by on Jun 15, 2020 in Opportunities |

UGTA and section leader fall 2020 ad.

Download the flyer.

Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (UGTAs) and ASU101 Section Leaders improve the educational experience of engineering students by having successful students like you in the classroom. UGTAs/Section Leaders assist a faculty member in their program to engage students in exploratory and collaborative learning activities.

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Advice from a Technical Manager: Alan Wright — Jessica’s Career Tip of the Week

Posted by on Jun 15, 2020 in Career, Opportunities |

Today, I will provide a summary of the weekly webinar “Advice from a Technical Manager.” given by Alan Wright, Senior University Relations Recruiter for Cree/Wolfspeed. Available on Handshake, this weekly series invites various industry professionals to provide their advice on obtaining the job that you want and answering any questions related to your career development that you may have. Also, Keysight and Intel are coming soon, so I highly recommend checking it out!

From the beginning, Mr. Wright stressed the importance of having a usable network. As the saying goes, “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” You’ll need to spend a lot of time building good relationships with peers and professionals through LinkedIn, Handshake, on-campus professional organizations (such as IEEE, NESBE, SHPE, SWE, or SASE), networking events, career fairs and more; however, this hard work will pay off by opening doors that were inaccessible before. For example, many companies work closely with professional organizations and thus offer their members new opportunities before the general public. The network isn’t only useful to land a job though; once you have a position, your contacts can help answer questions you may have, gain new skills, understand the workplace better, or even recommend a good restaurant to try. As Mr. Wright stated, progressing through the industry is similar to the letter “Z.” To further illustrate, there’s quite a bit of lateral movement in order to learn more skills and create new experiences that ultimately make you a great candidate for a promotion. Your network ties directly into this motion: the more people you know, the more skills you can acquire! For now, a good start would be working with the Career Services Office. The Fulton Career Center is in constant contact with the professionals who will eventually be the ones reviewing your resume, so our resources can help you be an outstanding candidate!

As resumes are an unavoidable aspect of the job search, Mr. Wright provided his advice here as well. Resumes should be straight-forward and concise to neatly fill one page; if you decide to use two pages, make sure you fill *all* two pages, not just one and a quarter. The template that the Fulton Career Center provides is one of the best formats that Mr. Wright has seen, and he believes there’s no need to deviate from it. He stated that color and utilizing a different paper size than 8.5” x 11” is unnecessary, and may even give a bad first impression. As for content, Mr. Wright emphasized the display of transferable skills. Internships are an invaluable experience to show knowledge of engineering skills, but that doesn’t mean academic projects are unnecessary. If you have no internship experience, he recommends discussing your role in a group project. For example, establishing a schedule and creating the PowerPoint presentation for the class can still demonstrate leadership and time management, which are valuable skills regardless. Unrelated work experience such as being a cashier in a fast food restaurant can be handled similarly – it can also demonstrate transferable communication skills or accountability. Mr. Wright spoke for most recruiters when he said that they understand you don’t have professional experience. They want to give you that experience. As such, show your transferable skills to demonstrate your ability to succeed in the offered position.

Mr. Wright delved into a lot more topics, but I felt these were the most important points that he discussed. If this advice piqued your interest, then tune in for Stacy Johnson from Keysight on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, at 4 p.m.!

** This blog was written by Keene Patarakun, Peer Career Coach

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Apply for the ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation Virtual Venture Internship by June 24!

Posted by on Jun 12, 2020 in Internships |

The ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation Virtual Venture Internship is an opportunity for ASU students to cultivate their skills while helping a local organization grow.

Students will receive personal mentorship from the companies, an opportunity to network with other ASU students curious about the diverse startup/entrepreneurship community and support from faculty and staff advancing entrepreneurial initiatives from the W. P. Carey Center for Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship + Innovation with ASU.

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Celebrate International Women in Engineering Day with us on social media, June 23!

Posted by on Jun 10, 2020 in Opportunities, Spirit and Traditions |

On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, we’re celebrating our awesome Fulton Schools women in STEM on social media for International Women in Engineering Day 2020 (#INWED20)!

Here’s how you can participate:

  1. Download a #INWED20 selfie card.
  2. Post a photo or video of yourself holding the #INWED20 card on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram on Tuesday, June 23, 2020, to show your support.
  3. Use the hashtags #INWED20, #ShapeTheWorld and #ASUEngineering so the Fulton Schools can see and share your posts.

Follow us on social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @ASUEngineering. We look forward to celebrating with you!

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