Why Become a Member?
CS|Source provides a variety of benefits for each membership tier, including, but not limited to, a spring and/or fall career fair, opportunities to engage with students and student groups, and invitations to department events. Sponsorships are also available beyond membership.
Membership also provides mutual benefits for both employers and the CS Department:
- Company recognition and branding
- Student engagement
- Tech-talent pipeline
- Investment towards student scholarships, events, and activities
Students by the Numbers
- 1,500 - undergraduates
- 600 - undergraduate minors
- 10% - underrepresented minority
- 14% - first generation
- 17% - identify as female
- 70% - in-state students
- 662 - MS, MEng, Ph.D. graduates in Blacksburg and D.C. metropolitan area
- 28 - underrepresented minority
- 8 - first generation
- 180 - identify as female
University and Professional Career-related Resources
Recruiting Position Statement
Virginia Tech recommends employers follow the Principals for Ethical Professional Practice established by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). The guidelines and opinion letters present a variety of topics, including Setting Reasonable Deadlines for Job Offers.
International Student Information
Cranwell International Center
Stakeholders are the highest membership tier. As a member benefit, they are featured in the following Q&A articles and promoted through the Department of Computer Science social media channels: