Cadence is committed to creating a sustainable pool of talented electronic design automation (EDA) engineering students, preparing them with the tools and training they need to thrive in the competitive semiconductor and electronics industry. Cadence is recognized as a Great Place to Work around the world, including on FORTUNE Magazine's list of 100 Best Companies for the second consecutive year and a best workplace for recent college graduates.
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A summer intern in San Jose says “Everything, right from the onboarding process to now, has been great. Cadence cares for their employees and I have an awesome manager who gives valuable feedback."
As we regularly welcome this next generation of interns and recent graduates into Cadence, our College Hires and Internships Programs (CHIPs) team organizes fun networking events throughout the year to continue the positive momentum. These networking events allow Cadence’s recently hired graduates and interns to stay connected and mingle across the various business functions.
Student Ambassador Program
The Cadence® Student Ambassador Program is an opportunity for students to act as liaisons between Cadence and their university. Our Ambassadors:
- Are the first to learn about innovative Cadence products and programs
- Act as the main campus contact for Cadence teams
- Plan and host fun events on campus
- Contribute creative ideas to help us find and recruit awesome students from their school
- Join the Cadence Academic Network and gain access to events, scholarship opportunities, and learning resources
- Grow their leadership and communication skills
- Network with other Cadence ambassadors around the world
- Receive great Cadence swag!
What does it take to be an Ambassador?
Ambassadors must have completed an internship at Cadence. As such, they are self-starters with high aspirations and a desire to make an impact. They eat innovation for breakfast, are knowledgeable about Cadence technology (or willing to learn!), and are enthusiastically involved in their school communities.
All majors are welcome! Student ambassadors should be enrolled in undergraduate or post-graduate study, and be able to dedicate ten hours per month to Cadence Ambassador efforts.
How to apply?
We offer the Cadence Student Ambassador Program in multiple regions around the world. The Cadence Student Ambassador program consists of students Cadence has met over the years through a mutual passion for technology and innovation, and is currently by nomination or reference only. If you are working with a professor of the Cadence Academic Network, he or she might refer you!
For further information please contact the Cadence Academic Network.