Resume Portfolios

Dear Prospective Employer,

This Resume Book contains resumes of current Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering Masters students and recent graduates. These resume books are organized according to date of availability for Internships and Full Time hires. They highlight area of interest and expertise and are published for distribution to employer partners each Fall semester in October and each Spring semester in February. 

If you recruit using the MS of Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Resume Book, please abide by the following offer response deadlines:

  • For full-time offers students have a minimum of two weeks from the date the offer is extended
  • For summer internships, students have two weeks from the date the offer is extended to make a decision.

Please note that the time periods above start at the receipt of a written offer for employment to the student.

Finally, we would like to discuss other ways of engaging our students that best meet your hiring needs.  We welcome you to come to meet our students, take part in our coursework, seminars or research. A fantastic opportunity to engage and assess if there is a mutually beneficial fit between the firm and the student is to invite him/her to take on a part-time internship during their studies.  Internships during the academic year may be paid or unpaid (i.e. students earn academic credit only) and employment should not exceed 20 hours/week.

You can find an electronic copy of these resumes via PDF broken down by student concentration as well as expected graduation. The above link works best with Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. The PDF resume books are password protected – please contact to gain access.

For more information on any of the above, or to request the resume book password, or to discuss any questions or specific recruiting needs please call (212) 854-3104 or email

We look forward to hearing from you!

Best wishes,

EE Student Career Office
Columbia University

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