Nearly 100 Florida Polytechnic University students recently seized a unique opportunity to visit Kennedy Space Center to engage with aerospace leaders and explore high-tech employment opportunities.
Florida Polytechnic University graduates earn an average salary of $57,900 one year after graduation, the highest among all state universities, according to the State University System of Florida's MyFloridaFuture educational research and comparison tool.
Michael Tschanz, director of engineering technology and analysis at Walt Disney World, shared with Florida Polytechnic University students the many ways they can put their technical expertise to work in a career with Disney.
Resume in hand and decked out in a slick business suit, Florida Polytechnic University senior Zane Sheets worked to make a great first impression on potential employers during the Spring 2022 Career and Internship Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Students who have always wanted to be Lego master builders got their shot on National Lego Day at Florida Polytechnic University.
As students work their way through the spring semester, Florida Polytechnic University is making sure they have access to many virtual workshops, speaker sessions, and a career fair to improve their employability and their professional prospects.
Students who dream of one day joining the world that brings their favorite video games to life had an opportunity to hear directly from a professional in the field.
Life after graduation can be scary in the era of COVID-19. The novel coronavirus has severely affected the current job market with hiring freezes, limited recruitment, and major layoffs across many industries. However, it is a challenge Florida Polytechnic University students are prepared to face as they graduate equipped with a highly desirable STEM degree.
Students eager to learn about the real-life experiences and expectations of software development professionals took advantage of a unique professional opportunity on Thursday, June 4.
Florida Polytechnic University is partnering with tech giant Microsoft to offer weekly online professional development workshops for the University community this summer.