Smith Engineering students are work-ready

Smith Engineering students are highly sought after for their professional and technical skills. All our students gain experience with client design projects throughout their degree program, and have professional skills training embedded in their coursework.

Our students come to you with competence in design thinking, ideation, teaming, client communication, conflict resolution techniques, project management, and evaluation.


Our engineering programs give students the skills they need to work with you:

Hiring Smith Engineering Students

Engineering Corporate Relations is here to support you through the recruitment process. Our team can help you post jobs, establish your brand on campus, participate in our recruitment events and guide you through our internship program.


Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP)

Our internship program operates on a continuous recruitment cycle. Post your jobs at any time for a May, September, or January start.

Our employers tell us that:

  • our 12–16-month internship empowers students to make a significant contribution to projects
  • our students bring fresh skill in design, data analysis, project management, programming, problem solving, and process optimization.

Visit the Career Services website to download the Employer Guide for Internships

Contact our team to learn more about QUIP

FAQs about QUIP

Summer/New Grad Job Postings

MyCareer is a one-stop career portal for all Smith Engineering students and recent alumni to search for career information and jobs. Employers can post jobs for free on the MyCareer Job Board.

Our team will assist in posting your positions, collecting applications, and forwarding an application bundle via email once your posting has closed. You can also choose to have students apply directly to your website.

Contact our Team to assist with job postings

Visit the MyCareer Portal to post a position

Smith Engineering Recruitment Events

We offer a number of ways to engage with our students:

Engineering Industry Nights

Our Fall and Winter Industry Panels feature alumni keynote speaker and panel discussions, along with networking opportunities to speak with students who have an interest in your industry.

Information Sessions and Workshops

Our information sessions and workshops are an excellent way for employers to connect with talented Queen’s engineering students in smaller, more focused environments. They are a great opportunity to present your company and culture, and learn more about the students who may be interested in working for you.

Queen’s University Engineering and Technology Fair

Held every October and January, the “Eng and Tech” Fair provides an opportunity for employers to connect directly with 1,000 Queen’s University’s Engineering and Computing students.

Pop Up Booth

Bring your recruitment team and former interns to one of our busiest buildings for an informal opportunity to meet students and answer their questions.

Speaker Events

Our Speaker events are designed to help students learn from alumni and engineering professionals. Events include:

  • Queen’s Internship program speaker series and information sessions
  • Interview with an Engineer (APSC 100 course)
  • Client design projects (APSC 200 course)
  • Capstone project

Queen’s Career Fair

The Queen’s Career Fair is a premiere recruitment event held every September at Queen’s. Typically, thousands of students attend the event to network with employers, learn more about employment, internships, professional development, and further education opportunities.

Employer Resources

Need an interview space on campus? Contact our team for more information!
Have you hired a Smith Engineering student? Please let us know – we’d love to stay in touch and learn more about your experience with our students!