CECS Career-Related Campus Events
This upcoming school year will bring top employers onto campus. This gives students a great opportunity to meet and network face-to-face with companies. Attending an employer hosted workshop, informational, career-related on campus event will assist you in securing internship, co-ops and full-time employment upon graduation.
2019 - "Co-Op Employer of the Year"
DTE Energy is a Detroit-based diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide. Its operating units include an electric utility serving 2.2 million customers in Southeastern Michigan and a natural gas utility serving 1.3 million customers in Michigan.
The DTE Energy portfolio includes non-utility energy businesses focused on power and industrial projects, natural gas pipelines, gathering and storage, and energy marketing and trading.
2019 - “Dedication and Continual Support”
The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services. United States Headquaters in Farmington Hills, MI. Its operations are divided into four business sectors: Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. As a leading IoT company, Bosch offers innovative solutions for smart homes, smart cities, connected mobility, and connected manufacturing. It uses its expertise in sensor technology, software and services, as well as its own IoT cloud, to offer its customers connected, cross-domain solutions from a single source.
2019 "Co-Op Student of the Year"
Hong Tran, Mechanical Engineering major,
She completed a co-op at the GM-Hamtramck Assembly Plant in Hamtramck, MI. Recently graduated and has accepted a professional engineering position with GM.
Past CECS Co-op Award Winners
Cooperative Education Employer of the Year
Each year CECS recognizes an employer for their outstanding commitment and partnership to cooperative education, established 1993
2018 – ZF 2005 – DENSO International America, Inc. 2017 – Toyota Motor North America 2004 – DTE Energy
2016 – Tegrit
2003 – SY Systems Technologies
2015 – Marathon Petroleum Company
2002 – Lear Corporation
2014 – TRW Automotive
2001 – No award given
2013 – Visteon Corporation
2000 – Siemens
2012 – CalsonicKansei North America
1999 – Acromag
2011 – Urban Science
1998 – Alcoa Fujikura
2010 – Fives Cinetic Automation
1997 – Acromag
2009 – DaySmart Software
1996 – Magna 2008 – GE Consumer & Industrial 1995 – TRW-TED
2007 – TK Holdings, Inc.
1994 – United Technical Automotive 2006 – United States Steel Corporation 1993 – Kelsey Hayes
Dedication and Continual Support
Each year CECS recognizes an employer for their extensive support and dedication to cooperative education, established 2006
2018 – DTE Energy 2011 – GE Appliances & Lighting 2017 – GE Digital Technology 2010 – Marathon Petroleum Company 2016 – DENSO International America, Inc. 2009 – Acromag
2015 – Vector CANtech, Inc.
2008 – Xilinx
2014 – DaySmart Software
2007 – DTE Energy 2013 – Fives Cinetic Automation 2006 – TRW Automotive
2012 – Takata
Cooperative Education Student of the Year
In recognition of outstanding performance and contribution to their cooperative education employer, established 2014:
2018 – Maridy Mazaira, Ford - Dearborn Truck Final Assembly Plant and Mohammad Ghali, Trillium Secure, Inc. 2015 – Toney Ross, DTE Energy 2017 – Waseem A. Hijazi, Denso International America, Inc., Ford Motor Company and Epitec. 2014 – Kyle Milliman, Linamar/McLaren Performance Technologies 2016 – Brandon Schwartz, Fives Cinetic Automation
SAE Team visit Ford's Wind Tunnel
Ford helps Univeristy of Michigan-Dearborn' SAE Race Team to study aerodynamics by allowing them invaluable access to its world-class wind tunnel, along with the expertise of its engineers.