Student Affairs & Academic Success Programs | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

                    Center for Minorities in Science & Engineering

                    The Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering provides academic support services and outreach programs designed to recruit, retain, and graduate African American, Hispanic American, and Native American engineering students.

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                    Engineering Career Services

                    The Engineering Career Services Office assists all engineering students with finding internships, co-op jobs, and entry-level positions. The services that we offer to students include career advising, resume critiques, career development workshops, online job listings, on-campus interviews, employer information sessions, job search tip handouts, career fairs, networking receptions, salary surveys, recruiter in residence opportunities, and much more.

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                    Office of Global Engineering Leadership

                    The Clark School offers a variety of engineering leadership opportunities designed to promote student leadership development and enhance the skills employers are seeking. Opportunities such as Engineers Without Borders, Alternative Spring Break, and other workshops and leadership opportunities are an excellent way to enhance your leadership skills.

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                    Undergraduate Advising & Academic Support

                    UA&AS provides students with the support needed to navigate the A. James Clark School of Engineering through education about curriculum and academic policies in an effort to guide them on their path to graduation. Students are encouraged to visit UA&AS in order to learn more about academic policies, academic advising, tutoring resources, and the graduation application process. UA&AS also offers support to Undecided Engineering students, prospective transfer students, and is committed to the success of all Clark School students.

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                    Women in Engineering

                    Women in Engineering (WIE) is dedicated to promoting the role of women in the field of engineering. Their focus is on the recruitment of prospective female engineering students and the retention of current undergraduate and graduate female engineering students.

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                    Keystone Program

                    The Keystone Program encourages the school's best faculty members to teach our most fundamental courses. Keystone brings beginning engineers an enhanced educational experience, reinforces and recognizes outstanding teaching, and serves a national model for increasing engineering student retention and graduation rates.

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                    College Park Scholars STS Program

                    Science, Technology and Society explores the powerful social, ethical, and political relationships that drive research and innovation. The program delves into the challenges of living and innovating in a world where emerging science and technologies are becoming increasingly interconnected, pervasive, and powerful.

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