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Only Experienced Engineers May Apply

How does a student get a job to get experience if the job requires experience? The UH Cullen College of Engineering has solved that problem with its Cooperative Education and Industrial Scholar Interns Program. These programs are designed to give students the hands-on experience necessary to obtain a great job after graduation. Click here to read more.

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