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Find out more information about Engineering Honors.

The Engineering Honors Industry Affiliates Program gives companies the opportunity to interact and recruit our top-notch honors students from all departments in the Texas A&M College of Engineering through giving key support to the Engineering Honors (EH) program. 

For an investment of $650, industry affiliates receive the following benefits for the Spring 2021 semester:

  • Access to resumes or target majors as early as the second week of January
  • One company sponsored virtual event (see description below)
  • Invitations to our industry-affiliate only panels
  • Advertisement of your job opportunities for the entire semester
  • Communication of your brand through our digital displays, newsletters, and social media for the entire semester

EH Career Fair - Spring 2021

Connect with and recruit some of the nation's brightest engineering students at the Texas A&M Engineering Honors Career Fair. The Spring 2021 EH Career Fair will be fully virtual and held on the Simplicity platform.

Learn more and register your company to attend the Spring 2021 Engineering Honors Virtual Career Fair on the event webpage. Registration closes on January 15th.

Day 1 - Monday, January 25th, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Day 2 - Tuesday, January 26th, from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Your registration of only $450 per day allows you to interact with students in a small group setting, with no limit to the number of recruiters who can participate from your company. We also offer a discount for companies attending both days ($800 to attend both days).

To provide a diversified set of opportunities for students, we are setting registration limits per industry sector, on a first come, first served basis. Priority is given to Engineering Honors' industry affiliates, who receive the numerous additional benefits listed above.

To see a video about the benefits of the EH Career Fair, please visit the College of Engineering's YouTube channel.

Company Sponsored Virtual Events

Company sponsored virtual events are a wonderful way to reach targeted groups of engineering honors students. Our events regularly draw attendance of 100 - 300 interested students and are a great opportunity to share company information and branding en masse.

Events will be supported by EH staff and our team of student leaders and cover all pillars of Engineering Honors. Our pillars and event examples are listed below:

  • Professional Development - Communicating Transferable Skills Seminar, Salary Negotiation Seminar
  • Technical/Research - Coding Competition, Panel of PhDs in R&D
  • Service - Virtual Letter Writing Campaign for Seniors in Nursing Homes
  • Community Building - Company Meet & Greet Speed Networking Social

The Engineering Honors Industry Affiliates program includes a company sponsored event - take advantage of the opportunities they provide, including:

  • Targeted marketing to all EH students and students in your target majors
  • Company highlights and opportunities to network with students during the event

We look forward to working with our Industry Affiliates to create an event tailored for their company and our students!

Read about past events here:

2018 Industry Night article

2019 Industry Night article

Scholarship Support

The Engineering Honors Community of Scholars (ECOS) Fellowship is a scholarship for student leaders in the EH dorm who play a critical role in retention of residents and serve as project leaders of EH events. See the following benefits of providing a fellowship:

  • Naming rights for the scholarship - for example, "John Smith, a Company Name Fellow"
  • Communication of your company brand and job opportunities for the entire year through our digital displays, newsletters, and social media
  • Interaction with leaders in the dorm, including the recipient of your fellowship

Investment is only $2,000 per semester per student.

For more information about the EH Dorm (ECOS), please visit our ECOS webpage.

 

Contact Engineering Honors to learn more about these opportunities by emailing engineeringhonors@tamu.edu.