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Dear Students,


Two engineering employers will be coming to campus today for recruitment info sessions. They are BAE Sustems and Micron. Please see more information about these two info sessions in the attached flyers. A short description of each event is also included in the following for your quick reference:


BAE Systems Lunch & Info Session

Wednesday, 10/24, 12pm-1pm

SUB I 3400

 

Come join BAE Systems for lunch and an Info Session about opportunities in our Space Systems Sector! We’re located in Manassas, Virginia, and we’re looking for talented engineers to join us as interns and full-time hires! We design RADhard space electronics at Manassas, from small devices to large single board computers. Designing the physical circuit boards, mechanical assemblies, and creating RTL for our FPGAs/ASICs are just a small part of what we do. Our facility is unique in the sense that we create and design almost all aspects of our single board computers in house, and also manufacture them in our labs. We are currently looking for Electrical, Computer, Mechanical, and Aerospace Engineers to fill intern and full-time entry level engineering positions. More experienced positions for Masters & Ph.D. students also exist. More details will be provided at the info session. See attached flyer.

 

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BAE Systems is a global defense, aerospace and security company with more than 83,000 employees worldwide. The Company delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. BAE Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. It has three sectors; Electronic Systems, Intelligence & Security and Platforms & Services. Space Systems is part of the Electronic Systems Sector, and produces commercial and defense electronics for flight and engine control, electronic warfare, surveillance, communications, and power and energy management. BAE Systems has an unyielding commitment to U.S. national security to continually advance the mission - to predict, prevent, and protect.

 

 

 

Micron Info Session

Wednesday, 10/24, 6pm-8pm

Research 163

 

Micron - Engineering the Future: One chip at a time.

 

We are the world’s most innovative, semiconductor company with a passion for hiring the brightest minds to help us to achieve our mission. Our chips are the invention of incredibly creative, passionate, and brilliant minds from every corner of the world. Micron’s technological memory solutions can be found in cars, planes, phones, computers, tablets, and smart machines that are powering our future one chip at a time.

 

We need help to achieve our mission.  Are you able to write code, burn with engineering ideas, or an electrical/mechanical engineer student with a talent for breaking stuff, rebuilding stuff, and creating stuff? You might be able to help us with our mission. Our recruiting team is looking forward to sharing our company’s story, who we are, and telling you about our amazing, hands-on internship program and career opportunities on Wednesday, October 24th at 6pm in Research Hall 163. We want you to hear what we have to say. Free pizza and soda will be served!

 

Micron will also have an info table in the Volgenau Atrium from 2-5pm on 10/24 prior to the info session. Stop by to say hello and network with the recruiting team!

 


Best,

Jammie


Jammie Chang

Academic Program Manager

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

George Mason University

4400 University Drive, MSN 1G5

Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 703-993-1570

Fax: 703-993-1601