Many companies hire students for internships upon completion of EECS 281.
Since CS graduates are in great demand, many companies believe in getting potential hires into their company very early.
When looking for that perfect internship, co-op, or permanent job, your first step should always be to check in with the Engineering Career Resource Center to review internship listings. Note: Although run by the College of Engineering, you have access to the ECRC as soon as you declare CS-LSA as your major. The ECRC will assist with your search and interviews including resume review and interview pointers.
INTERNSHIPS: HEAR IT FROM THE STUDENTS
Computer science students have lots of options, and a well-paying internship is just one. In this video, four CS students talk about their internships and how that experience helped to shape their thoughts about computer science.