The Oregon State University Energy Efficiency Center and Industrial Assessment Center (OSU EEC/IAC) is always looking for engineering and science students with a passion for problem solving and a desire to learn about various different industries. Students involved with the EEC/IAC gain the skills and abilities needed to succeed in today's high-demand, fast paced energy industry.

Undergraduate and graduate positions for:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Science

What does the EEC/IAC do?

The Oregon State University Energy Efficiency Center and Industrial Assessment Center (OSU EEC/IAC) offers small and medium-sized manufacturers, agricultural producers, municipal facilities, university facilities and others on-site assessments. Student teams led by engineering faculty visit Northwest sites to seek ways to increase profits by increasing productivity and reducing energy use and waste. Within 60 days, the EEC sends a report to the client with analysis and specific recommendations to improve efficiency.

Why get involved?

  • Apply your coursework to solving real industrial problems
  • Gain experience working with multi-disciplinary teams
  • Develop team leadership skills
  • Learn about a wide variety of manufacturing processes
  • Flexible work schedule (Set your own working hours)

Alumni Benefits


Where IAC Students Go After the IAC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Energy (DOE) that sponsors the Industrial Assessment Centers (IAC) across the U.S. This network and the practical experiences you gain can connect you with future employers.

Click the link to find out more about Why Employers Are Hiring Industrial Assessment Center Graduates.