Hello all, I am a senior physics major currently in the process of applying into an EE masters program. I'd like to get an EE related internship next summer to get some work experience. How should I go about this? There is a career fair at my school sometime this fall. When I approach potential employers should I discuss how I am currently applying into masters programs? Or just leave it at physics? Will my chances of getting the internship be worse than if I was an EE major, or can I somehow spin it so my situation (physics major who took a few engineering courses) appears better. The EE related courses I'll have taken by next summer: Math until Differential Equations Circuits Signals and Systems Introduction to Programming What should I be doing now to increase the odds that I get an internship? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.