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The Center for Career Development was established with the goal of helping SCE students and graduates pave their way in the workplace, filling various roles in the engineering segment.

SCE Shamoon College of Engineering offers undergraduate programs (B.Sc.) and several graduate programs in the following areas:

- Electronics and Elecrtical Engineering, including a graduate degree

-  Chemical Engineering in the following tracks: Process Industry and Biotechnology

- Mechanical Engineering in the following tracks: Mechatronics and Product Planning and Design

- Software Engineering, including a graduate degree

- Industrial Engineering and Management, with specializations in information systems, industrial systems and management systems, including a graduate degree

- Civil Engineering

About SCE

SCE, Shamoon College of Engineering, has been active since 1995.

Over 7,000 graduates have already been integrated into various fields across the industry and leading companies within the market, including: Haifa Chemicals, Intel, Teva-Tech, Israel Electric Company (IEC), Chemagis - Perrigo, Amdocs, Negev Nuclear Research Center, Ness Technologies, Elta, Israel Aerospace Industries, Luden, Baran, Sandisk, Mekorot, Netafim, EMC, Matrix, Makhteshim Agam, Dead Sea Works, Ashdod Port, HP, Applied Materials, Eshet Engineering, Galil Engineering, Danya Cebus, Minrav, Gefen Dekel Technologies, Teva Israel, Osem, Tara, Metal-Tech, Aetna Group, and many others.

In order to locate the most suitable employee for your needs, you may choose from several options as follows:

Job offer advertisement – The Center for Career Development lets employers advertise job openings for students and graduates, with or without professional experience, according to the job description and requirements.
Spotlight encounters – Employment meetings between employers and students and/or graduates, where employers can present the company's business activities, corporate culture and options for joining. These spotlight encounters are held throughout the year and are designed to meet the individual needs of each employer.

Annual Employment Fair – An event that features numerous companies from various engineering fields, with the goal of recruiting students and graduates.

Internship in industry program – this program combines an academic course with 120 hours of practical hands-on experience in companies/organizations (without employee-employer relations).

The advantages to companies that take part in the internship program: the interns are talented 3rd or 4th year students who have already acquired theoretical knowledge and are eager to prove themselves in the employment market; innovation and streamlining – promote and advance special projects, realize endeavors and plans placed aside due to the work load; efficient placement – internship is an opportunity to identify and recruit talented candidates after they have proven their abilities.

Companies interested in joining the program are invited to contact Ms. Zohar Zalik Kreitser, the Internship Program Coordinator: 08-6475750,

The services of the Center for Career Development are provided free of charge.