PULLMAN, Wash.— The Washington State University chapter of the Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers is holding its 11th annual Junior Dinner from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Feb. 28, at Banyans on the Ridge. The dinner is open to WSU juniors and seniors in electrical engineering, computer engineering and computer science.

Students may register for the Junior Dinner in EME 14, the IEEE student group office. There is no cost for students to attend. Companies currently registered for the Junior Dinner include Snohomish County PUD, Astronics Advanced Electronic Systems Corp. (AES), Schneider Electric, Black & Veatch, Tacoma Power, GE Aviation, SAIC, Avista Utilities, Fast Enterprises and F5 Networks. Students will list their top three choices of companies to sit with to create a seating arrangement.

The purpose of the dinner is to give students and recruiters a chance to meet, ask questions, and get to know each other and the company represented. The dinner will include a meet and greet at 5:45 p.m. followed by dinner at 6 p.m. After dinner, the students will switch to a new seating arrangement for dessert and an opportunity to meet new company representatives.

The IEEE is also holding its 33rd annual Electrical Engineering Employment Exposition (E4) Career Fair from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 1. The career fair will be held in the Senior Ballroom in the WSU Compton Union Building (CUB).

The career fair will include the same companies as the Junior Dinner and more including: BNSF Railway Company, Digilent, Inc., Cypress Semiconductor Corp., U.S. Navy, Puget Sound Energy and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. More companies are expected to register. All engineering majors are encouraged to attend the career fair.

For more information about the Junior Dinner and E4 Career Fair, visit http://ieee.wsu.edu/e4.