Engineer in Residence

Driving Innovation to Build Opportunity

The EIR program supports undergraduate students enrolled in computer science programs throughout the united states. The program provides high-touch learning experiences designed to help students prepare for opportunities in the tech industry. Through this program, Meta engineers design and teach undergraduate computer science courses, drive innovations to CS curriculum, and help develop extracurricular programming at various colleges and universities. The program is designed to cultivate rigorous and inclusive computer science communities at minority serving institutions—including historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs).

The Engineer in Residence Program:

  • Provides opportunities to practice computer science fundamentals using applied, real-world examples
    • Students build their knowledge and understanding of core concepts while also preparing for technical interviews
  • Empowers students to drive their own learning
    • Our extracurricular programs help students build community as they cultivate a track record of impact building products at Meta’s scale
  • Engages faculty to scale innovations
    • By training faculty to teach EIR-designed coursework and supporting curriculum enhancements and innovations, the EIR program helps students learn skills in high demand by companies who will employ them
  • Connects students with opportunities to land jobs and internships
    • We maintain a growing Opportunity Hub to help students find jobs and internships—at Meta and with industry partners

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