2019 Asian American Engineer of the Year – Job Fair

2019 Asian American Engineer of the Year – Job Fair

Meet face to face with recruiters from many Fortune 500 companies such as Texas Instruments, AT&T, DuPont, PepsiCo, and more!

This event is free for all participants!


August 16, 2019 1:00pm – 5:30pm

Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel (Windrose Ballroom)

6007 Legacy Drive

Plano, TX 75024

Dress Code:

Professional dress code is preferred and please bring plenty of printer resumes.

Positions Available:

There will be internships and fulltime positions available for both students and working professionals. A majority of the positions available will be in the STEM field, however everyone is welcome regardless of major. A final list of companies in attendence will be sent to all participants the week prior to the event.


In addition to a job fair, there is also a seminar/workshop for career growth presented by local companies that will run in parallel with the job fair.

Online Resume Submission:

In addition to the onsite job fair, resumes will also be collected via our online submission link and forwarded to all our major sponsors at the conclusion of the event. Please submit your resume here

What is the Asian American Engineer of the Year Award?

The AAEOY Awards are presented each year by The Chinese Institute of Engineers, USA (CIE-USA) to honor outstanding Asian American professionals in academia, public service, and private industry.  Because of its commitment to diversity and innovation, this event receives strong corporate, community, academic and government support. Major sponsors this year include AT&T, Boeing, DuPont, General Motors, IBM, Idaho National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and Texas Instruments. Over 600 distinguished guests, honorees, corporate executives and community leaders attend the event each year.

Part of the AAEOY celebration include a job fair and career seminar to promote the awareness and advancement of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the local Dallas-Fort Worth community.

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