Cornell Bowers CIS is among the broadest college-level computing and information science units at a major research university.
Bring creativity, innovative thinking, cross-disciplinary approaches, and elite problem-solving skills to your company by recruiting Cornell Bowers CIS students.
With solid foundations in computer science, information science, and statistics and data science, coupled with broad experiences across disciplines, Cornell Bowers CIS students are some of the brightest young scientists in tech today. Trained by world-renowned faculty, our students are committed to using technologies to better understand and solve some of society’s greatest challenges.
Growing six-fold over the last 10 years, the Cornell Bowers CIS student population is poised with the next generation of leaders for the information age.
The best way to reach your target population is to post positions in Cornell's Handshake, the student portal for jobs and upcoming career events. Learn about recruiting opportunities via the College of Engineering's Campus Recruiting for Industry Partners website.
To connect with students in person, you may attend a career fair in September or February, or visit campus to hold an information session, tech talk, or office hours. Information sessions, tech talks, and staffing a table in Duffield Hall, are all events that would be coordinated and hosted by a Cornell Bowers CIS/Engineering student organization of your choice.
If you wish to schedule an event specifically for graduate students, learn more about recruiting opportunities via the College of Engineering's Campus Recruiting for Industry Partners website.
If you would like to schedule a phone call to discuss your Cornell recruiting strategy, please contact Engineering Co-op & Career Services at email@example.com.
Information sessions and technical talks are an effective way to reach a large number of highly engaged students and can serve as an important part of your engagement with Cornell Bowers CIS. These company-specific events are scheduled through our student organizations. Student leaders help companies with logistics, including room reservations and marketing. Companies generally pay a small fee and pay for catering and giveaways.