Electrical Engineering and Computer Technology


According to the US Department of Labor, Electrical Engineers "design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment." Computer Engineers are prepared for careers in the fast-growing and ever-pervasive field of computer technology. There is a good bit of overlap between these two sub-industries of Engineering and below we provide specific and overlapping resources for students interested in these areas.

Manhattan College Resources

Eta Kappa Nu - Electrical Engineering Honor Society

Sample Employers

Sample Employers in NYC

Sample Job Titles

  • Software Engineer
  • Data Specialist
  • Front End Engineer
  • Systems Operations Engineer
  • Technical Lead
  • iOS Developer
  • Electrical Research and Development Engineers
  • Android Developer

Job Listing Sites

  • 37 Signals: Industry leaders like Apple, Facebook, The New York Times, and American
  • Adafruit: Job board for designers, makers, artists, and engineers
  • American Academy for Advancement of Science: A resource list of AAAS career development programs
  • ComputerJobs.com: A helpful site that will, after you submit your resume, send you only the job postings that are relevant to your aspirations and your experiences
  • ComputerWork.com: One of the largest job boards in the country, this website offers the ability to search by technical skills, job titles, descriptions, or locations
  • ComputerWorld: News, reviews, and jobs in technology
  • Creativeheads.net: Jobs in video games, animation, VFX, and software/technology industries
  • Developers.net: Over 40,000 full-time technology-related career postings
  • Dice: A leading career site for technology and engineering professionals
  • ElectricalEngineer.com: This site features job listings from employers from small business to the US Government, and far and wide between
  • Engineering Jobs – Electrical: A broad online compilation of jobs for electrical engineers across the US
  • Krop: Exciting opportunities for people with technical or computer-based backgrounds
  • Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE): The well-reputed job site of the IEEE
  • Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society (ISA): ISA develops industry standards, certifies industry professionals, provides training, publishes technical articles, and hosts conferences/exhibitions for automation professionals
  • National Science Foundation REU Sites: The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation
  • NSA Internships: The National Security Agency offers internships, a co-op program, and scholarships
  • Pathways to Science: To find programs such as undergraduate summer research opportunities, graduate fellowships, postdoctoral positions, as well as resources and materials pertaining to recruitment, retention, and mentoring

Professional Associations

Misc. Links

Graduate Schools