GECC Back-to-School 2007

Graduating Engineer & Computer Careers is the most widely read career development publication reaching engineering, computer science and I.T. students on today's college campuses


So, what do you want to be when you grow up?

Yes, we know, engineering or computer science is your life, right?? You can't wait to get into the real world and start making your millions. But how exactly do you plan to do that? You could go into research and discover a system that will make the Internet look like your parents' eight-track tapes. You could take a job with a start-up and help build it into a corporation big enough to send chills down Bill Gates' spine. Or maybe finding a way to make nuclear waste into tennis shoes is more your thing.

All those choices— where do you go for information to help you sort them out? Graduating Engineer & Computer Careers magazine, the print publication that complements GraduatingEngineer.com! Every month during the school year you can read interviews with real-life engineers who talk about life on the job and give you a clear picture of career possibilities. We've profiled technical professionals who practice law, who combine their love of sports with a career in I.T., and even those who've made names for themselves in Hollywood!

Plus, there's lots of practical advice on hunting for a job, finding a mentor and picking an employer that values the contributions of women and minorities. And, of course, each issue features the hottest news and the latest trends in the technical industry.

Distributed nationwide to every accredited engineering, I.T. or computer science program, Graduating Engineer & Computer Careers reaches the career-focused students that recruitment and academic advertisers want to connect with at:


  • 450+ colleges and universities
  • Historically Black Colleges & Universities
  • Hispanic Serving Institutions
  • student chapters of minority engineering associations

    Graduating Engineer & Computer Careers—pick it up in the career services, dean's or program administrator's office of your school today!

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