Put Speed School Students to work for your company

Engineering Graduates With On-The-Job Experience To Meet Your Hiring Needs

For nearly 90 years, the University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering has been one of the top choices in the country  for an advanced technical education. By combining  on-the-job training through a required co-op  program and thorough classroom curriculum,  J.B. Speed School of  Engineering is a leader in engineering education.

J.B. Speed School of Engineering...Your One-Stop Shop for Engineers

  • Part time
  • Graduate Interns
  • Full-time graduates
  • Alumni

Convenient, Employer-focused Services for Your Assistance

  • Job postings
  • On-campus interviews
  • Resume books
  • Information sessions
  • Capstone project referrals

Our students complete three semesters of required engineering cooperative education to your benefit

  • Knowledge, maturity, confidence that can hit the ground running
  • ABET accredited degree programs
  • 500+ graduates a year

Upcoming Events

  • Practice Interviews
    Monday, July 8th - 19th, 2019

We have approximately 450 students who need practice interviews before the semester starts in August! Consider volunteering your time. If interested contact Brittney Forrest at 

  • Fall Career Fair - Bio, Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering
    Thursday, September 5th, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.
    B&W Club, Cardinal Stadium 

Registration available Jun 5, 2019 https://speed-louisville-csm.symplicity.com/events
For questions contact Brittney Forrest at .

Interested in hiring a Speed School a Co-op student or graduate for employment?

 Students normally co-op with the same employer for the three alternating semesters and there is neither a contract for the employer nor a fee to participate. The employer’s role is to:

  • Interview Co-op candidates and select a student.
  • Provide full-time work that is relevant to the student’s major, appropriate for the level of student, and appropriate for a semester time period.
  • Provide increasingly challenging work assignments over the course of the three co-ops.
  • Identify an engineering supervisor willing and able to mentor the student.
  • Provide a competitive hourly wage (amount set by employer).
  • Complete a short performance evaluation of the student’s performance.
  • Review the student’s Co-op report.

The Career Develop and Co-operative Education Office will help through the co-op hiring process by providing candidate resumes, setting up interview schedules, and assisting with all logistical needs. Please contact Mary Andrade at (502) 852-3196.

Download the current co-operative education brochure now. (PDF)

Getting Started with Speed School

  • Contact Mary Andrade via phone at (502) 852.3196 or email Mary Andrade
  • Log in to the Speed Symplicity site to register on-line and post your own jobs
  • Choose Engineering Employer registration or Engineering Employer registration and post a job.

For more information

Speed School Career Development Office
Please email Mary Andrade at (502) 852-3196