Request for advice to undergraduate Industrial Engineers (Human Factors Stream)
2 Apr 2010 - 12:58am
3 years ago
I am currently in my 3rd year in Industrial Engineering at University of Toronto and am going through the job hunt to look for a full year internship in the area of Interface design, information architecture and usbiliherty analysis.
However Im finding it extremely frustrating that there are no (might be an exaggeration) internships out there for undergraduates. They all seem to require masters degree or experience.
I would really appreciate if someone can give me any guidance about what companies "actually do"give opportunities to undergraduates in this field
I was also curious if US companies would consider gicing an internship to international students in Canada with work permits?? I have consulted the career centre at my university who told me they "might". The rest of their answer was so vague and against the field itself :P