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Evening With Industry to Build Student, Employer Connections

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Dinner at the Society of Women Engineers Evening with Industry
Registration is under way for the annual SWE Evening with Industry on Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Students who take part in the Society of Women Engineers’ Evening with Industry have additional access to the people who do the hiring. The evening includes time to mingle and a formal dinner and begins at 6 p.m., in the Kansas Union Ballroom. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Cost to attend is $5 for SWE members and $12 for all other School of Engineering students.

All engineering and computer science students—especially female students—at all academic levels are strongly encouraged to attend this exclusive event. Seating is limited. Dress is business attire and suits are strongly recommended.

Event organizers strive to connect students with employers representing the student's career interests. In addition, all employers who take part in the event receive a CD with resumes of all students in attendance. In order to have a resume on this CD it must be submitted by 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 8 -- no exceptions.

View the

companies attending

  - use the Day search field.

To reserve a spot, students should complete the

online registration form

and bring a printout of the confirmation page and payment to Florence Boldridge, director of Diversity and Women’s Programs, 2006 Eaton Hall.

Resumes must be submitted as a PDF and should be titled in this format: Student's last name_Student’s first name_Major (e.g. Smith_James_Aerospace.pdf).

Please contact Lindsey McCaig, coordinator of Engineering Women's Programs, if you have questions about the event. She can be reached at


 or 864-2989.


For Employers

The registration fee for Evening with Industry is $200, and includes one table for your company or agency and dinner for two representatives. An additional table can be purchased for $100. Please register online when registering for the Engineering and Computer Science Career Fair. Registration is limited to 30 companies. For more information, contact Lindsey McCaig, Coordinator of Engineering Women's Programs, by email at


or by phone at 785-864-2989.


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