Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)



The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the largest professional technical organization with nearly half a million members worldwide. As a student chapter of IEEE, we aim to achieve the organization’s mission for fellow students, as well as locally in Fort Collins.


ECE Career Networking Night - Thursday, 3/3/22, 5-8pm, LSC North Ballroom

We’re happy to announce an upcoming career networking/career fair event oriented directly towards ECE students! The event will have several local engineering companies coming to talk to students about hiring opportunities. The IEEE student branch will also be providing hors d’oeuvres and light snacks through LSC catering.
Attending Companies (will be updated frequently towards the event):
CompanyDesired DisciplinesType of Employment
  • EE
  • BioMed/EE
  • Full-time new grads
  • Part-time students
Advanced Energy (AE)
  • Analog Circuitry
  • Power FETs
  • Firmware
  • Integrated Circuit Design Implementation
  • Design For Test
  • Board Design
  • Mixed-Signal Analog Design
  • Full-time new grads
Data DuctusTBATBA
  • Analog and Digital Circuit Design
  • Embedded System Programming
  • Electronic Product Engineering (Sustainment)
  • Full-time entry level
  • Internships
Agile RF Systems
  • Hardware Engineers
  • Test Engineers
  • RF Engineers
  • Full-time
  • Internships
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Quality Engineers
  • Full-time
  • Possibly Internships
Thursday, 3/3/22, 5-8pm, LSC North Ballroom

About Us

IEEE at CSU strives to support students by offering academic tutoring, organizing social events, and connecting academia with industry. To learn more about our events, please visit our Facebook page, as well as upcoming events. If you would like to join the mailing list, fill out our email list form. To simply ask any question about IEEE or ECE at CSU, email

We look forward to seeing you!

Current Officers

PresidentBen Beauvais

Vice President – Ty Thourot

TreasurerRyan Guidice

Undergraduate Liaison – Ted Chasson


If you have any questions, send an email to:

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Scott Bioengineering Building
700 Meridian Ave
Fort Collins, Co 80523-1301
(970) 491-3366