Frank & Jessie Mosing Endowed Engineering Student Career Development Program
Madison Hall, Room 105
The College of Engineering has a unique career development program that is available to all engineering and industrial technology students. The Frank & Jessie Mosing Endowed Engineering Student Career Development Program has many components that are all student centered and career oriented. The program is run by the Engineering Outreach Coordinator and is an extension of the Dean’s Office.
The Outreach Coordinator’s duties include the implementation of non-academic student programs, services for prospective students and schools, engineering student programs, and event planning. These are all designed to prepare young engineers and industrial technologists for their professional careers. Students are encouraged to contact the Outreach Coordinator, LaShaun Bordelon, for an appointment.
The UL Lafayette Office of Career Services is available to all university students for assistance with writing resumes, practicing your interviewing skills, connecting with potential employers, and searching for internships and jobs.
Career Oriented Student Services
- Resume building advice
- Career advice
- Resume editing
- Internship and Co-op education
- Job announcement emails
Services for Prospective Students and Schools
- Informational meetings with the Dean on-site
- School visits from UL Lafayette Engineering Ambassadors
- Counselor information session school visits
UL Lafayette Engineering Non-Academic Student Enhancement Programs
- Ambassador Program
- Designing Leaders Program
- Frank & Jessie Mosing Lecture Series
- Engineering Living Learning Community (in collaboration with UL Lafayette Housing)
- Non-Academic Counseling
- First Year Engineering Experience Non-Academic Counseling
UL Lafayette Events
- Engineering & Technology Week
- Engineering & Technology Expo Day (in collaboration with the Louisiana Engineering Society)
Special Note About Job Announcements
Periodically an employer will contact the College to announce an open position. You will receive an email if you are a current student and if the opening applies to your major. You will also receive announcements of upcoming local and UL Career Fairs.
Here at the College of Engineering we are happy to help industry reach our students. We can assist in identifying the appropriate audiences for full time, part time, internship, and co-op positions.
UL Lafayette Career Services
We want to help you build your career — starting while you’re in school and continuing after you’ve graduated. For assistance with writing your resume, practicing your interview skills, connecting with potential employers, and searching for internships and jobs, visit Career Services.