Employers & Industry Partners
Dunwoody College of Technology works with many valued employers and industry partners. In fact, without our ties to industry, we wouldn’t be able to help bridge Minnesota’s skills gap and train students to enter industry ready to work on day one.
And it’s not just scholarship funding, gifts-in-kind, and other financial support that make a difference–many of you donate your time to inspire and mentor our students. You also provide crucial feedback that helps us improve our academic offerings and determine new ones. Because of you, we were able to launch our School of Engineering in 2016, which now includes Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering, and Electrical Engineering. And, we have even more exciting offerings on the way!
Simply put: our industry partners are the best. And we thank you for your continuous support of Dunwoody.
Looking for new ways to partner with us? Or not yet involved? Here are a few ways to connect with Dunwoody:
Hire Our Graduates & Students
Ready to hire the very best? Reach out to our students with internships or job opportunities?
Register with our job board, find out about career fairs, and connect with our Career Services staff.
Get Involved With Our Academic Programs
Whether it’s serving on a Program Advisory Committee, arranging a tour of your workplace, mentoring students, or helping critique student projects, there are many ways to engage directly with our faculty and students.
The best place to start is to reach out to our deans and program managers.
Donate To Dunwoody
As a private, not-for-profit college, we rely on our alumni and friends to help us support our mission. Whether it’s personal donations, corporate and foundation giving, or gifts-in-kind, your support helps us keep our shops, labs, and studios current and vibrant.
Many of our partners also provide scholarship funding that is crucial to helping make a Dunwoody education possible for many of our students.
Have employees that need to round out their skill set? Dunwoody offers a selection of both credit and non-credit courses to those not looking to earn a degree.
Courses take place in the evening.