Engineering

Welcome to the Engineering community! Members of this community like to tackle complex issues with uniquely sharp abilities to build, analyze, design, and evaluate. Engineers explore new technologies, materials, and systems, and imagine how they can be applied to improve quality of life. Engineering is a technologically driven field where the skills needed are constantly changing. Employers in this field cite critical thinking, mathematics and science, complex problem solving, communication, creativity, collaboration, decision making, active listening, and active learning as being highly important across the many industries and disciplines.

What Is an Applicant Tracking System? Your Questions Answered!

You’ve probably seen the stats that say a majority of resumes are screened out by applicant tracking systems (ATS) and never seen by a human. Or you’ve heard that if you don’t use enough of the right keywords, your application …

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How to write a standout cover letter

When applying for jobs, cover letters are an easy way to set yourself apart from the crowd and help you move on to the next round of consideration. This doesn’t mean, however, that you should write your cover letter in …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Corporate Jargon Gen Z Should Know

There’s enough to worry about when entering the workforce: What are my responsibilities? Am I capable enough to do this job? Will my manager like me? Corporate jargon shouldn’t add to your stress. From terms like “bandwidth” to acronyms like …

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What Are Writing Skills?

You don’t need to be the great next American novelist to use writing skills. Writing skills apply to nearly every field, even if you’re not working in a creative career.

At work, writing is a hard skill we use to …

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Top Interpersonal Skills Employers Look For

Often known as people skills, interpersonal skills are the soft skills you use to interact with others. In the workplace, these skills are essential to being an effective team player and contributing to a positive work environment. 

Yet some interpersonal …

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Student Resources

Registering for Co-op

Registering for co-op is a two-step process. As co-op is considered a class; you must register for it on LeopardWeb …

Co-op Handbook

Everything you need to know about co-ops at Wentworth can be found in this handbook.

Co-op Action Guide

Use this action guide to make sure you are on track to find a co-op.

Common Interview Questions for Co-op

Prepare for your next interview with this collection of commonly asked interview questions.

Technical Skills

Check out this list of technical competencies and professional skills employers are looking for by major.

Navigating Job Offers

Sometimes you get a job offer while you are waiting to hear back about another opportunity. Use this handout to …

Featured Classes

Women in STEM

Taught by Peggy Fisher
Behind your favorite games, movies, cars, computers, apps, and appliances lies STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math. A background in STEM…

Microsoft 365 Copilot Quick Tips

Taught by Heather Severino
Did you know that Copilot for Microsoft 365 can help to speed up your workflow by allowing you to create,…

Learning Cisco CLI Switch Configuration

Taught by Denise Allen-Hoyt
Learn how to configure a Cisco switch to connect and control resources on your network. Join Denise Allen-Hoyt in this…

Windows Server 2012: Install, Configure, and Administer Active Directory

Taught by Timothy Pintello
Active Directory is the hub of Windows Server administration. In this course, Timothy Pintello will help you install, configure, and…

SharePoint 2013: Installing and Configuring a Test Environment

Taught by Spike Xavier
For a successful SharePoint deployment, it’s a best practice to create a test environment first. However, SharePoint is not a…

Learning Everyday Math

Taught by Vince Kotchian
This course explains essential math concepts in clear language, using real-world problems that will help learners of all levels feel…

PowerShell 5 Essential Training

Taught by Jason C. Helmick
PowerShell is the must-have tool for Windows system administrators. Jump-start your career, and your IT environment, by getting up and…

Mapping the Modern Web Design Process

Taught by Morten Rand-Hendriksen
Once you eliminate the trends and terminology, web design is about one thing and one thing only: getting your message…

Writing a Business Report

Taught by Judy Steiner-Williams
Learn how to write a well-constructed business report. In this course, author and senior Kelley School of Business lecturer Judy…

Windows Server 2012: Configure Basic Microsoft Services

Taught by Timothy Pintello
Learn to configure three essential Microsoft services for any organization running Windows Server 2012: file sharing, printers, and remote server…

Excel Data Analysis: Forecasting

Taught by Wayne Winston
Professor Wayne Winston has taught advanced forecasting techniques to Fortune 500 companies for more than twenty years. In this course,…

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Taught by Ray Villalobos
This series offers 10-minute projects on intermediate and advanced web design topics, covering technologies such as HTML, PHP, jQuery, and…

Storytelling for Designers

Taught by Stacey Williams-Ng
The main goal for most design projects is to convey a message visually, in a way that hooks the viewer.…

IT Service Management: ISO20000

Taught by Suzanne Van Hove
Learn the core components of ISO/IEC 20000. ISO/IEC 20000 is the first international standard for IT service management developed by…

Jeffrey Zeldman: 20 years of Web Design and Community

Taught by Jeffrey Zeldman
Who is Jeffrey Zeldman? The “Miles Davis of web design”? “Godfather of the web”? Or simply “your friend on the…

Windows Server 2012: Installation and Configuration

Taught by Timothy Pintello
Get a practical introduction to setting up Windows Server 2012. Timothy Pintello breaks down this basic IT task into its…

Unity 4: 2D Essential Training

Taught by Jesse Freeman
Many of the games hitting app stores are 2D games. Unity is the perfect engine for designing them. Why? Unity…

AWK Essential Training

Taught by David D. Levine
So you’ve got a large data set. New information is always coming in, and it’s messy and inconsistent. Text files,…

Real-World GIS (2014)

Taught by Jason VanHorn
Learning GIS (geographical information systems) requires training in cartography, database management, and spatial analysis. But once you’ve built a solid…

Learning IPv6 (2014)

Taught by Mark Jacob
Get to know IPv6, the latest version of Internet Protocol, which routes traffic across the web. It’s not widely adopted…

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Career Outcomes

The Career Outcomes Survey is administered bi-annually to all bachelor’s and master’s degree students who participated in the December, April, or August commencement exercises. The data below is collected up to six months following graduation by Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Center for Cooperative Education and Career Development. This information is collected in accordance with the national standards established by NACE.

View our comprehensive Class of 2022 report here which includes longitudinal comparisons through 2018. We are currently analyzing the Class of 2023 data.

If you are a member of the Class of 2024 please complete the Career Outcomes survey here.

Use the drop-down menus below to filter by specific Class Year, School, or Major. Please note, new programs that have not graduated their first class will not be found in the drop-down menus.  

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First Destination

First Destination is a nationally recognized term that is used to describe the first experiences of college graduates.  At Wentworth, we survey students at cap and gown pick-up and follow up within six months following graduation. Undergraduate students pursue a variety of opportunities post-graduation, including full-time employment, graduate school, and entrepreneurial endeavors.