Resource Spotlight: iNet Internship Consortium The iNet Internship Network is an internship listing service shared by twelve universities, including USC. iNet allows employers to post internships exclusively for students at its twelve participating universities.

Boeing, the world’s leading aerospace company, is the largest manufacturer of commercial airplanes and military aircraft. To continue this dominance, Boeing needs the young minds of tomorrow to provide innovative, new perspectives. For this reason, Boeing will be putting on a design challenge for the Freshman class at USC.

The annual USC Viterbi Robotics Open House is requesting volunteers for Wednesday, April 10, between 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m during National Robotics Week. 

The US Army Corps of Engineers – Japan District is looking for pro-active, motivated self-starters who are interested in making a difference in US-Japanese planning, engineering and construction policy. Preferred majors inclue, but are not limited to: minimum bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construciton management, political science, international relations, Japanese, or business related field. Log onto ConnectSC to apply! Resumes … Read More

The Risk Management Program’s “Meet the Risk Management Professionals” event provides students with the opportunity to network with over 20 organizations, such as AIG, Aon, Chubb, Disney, Everest Re, the FBI, FM Global, Fox, Gallagher, JLT, KPMG, Marsh, Pioneer Programs, R-T Specialty, Spotted, USI, and Worldwide Facilities. Some firms will be recruiting at the event. 

Boeing, the world’s leading aerospace company, is the largest manufacturer of commercial airplanes and military aircraft. To continue this dominance, Boeing needs the young minds of tomorrow to provide innovative, new perspectives. For this reason, Boeing will be putting on a design challenge for the Freshman class at USC.

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