In summary, as a sophomore at Rutgers New Brunswick majoring in Computer Engineering, there are several things you can do to increase your chances of getting a job after graduating. These include making good connections with companies you want to work for, pursuing internships, and learning relevant skills that employers are looking for. It is also helpful to speak with your professors about what employers are looking for and attend internship fairs and company events on campus. Getting involved in student organizations related to your field can also provide valuable networking opportunities.
Learn relevant skills that employers need. The example for physics majors is to learn computer languages. For a computer engineer I assume that might not be the best example since I would assume you already know some. Talk to your professors and ask them what they know about what employers really what. Of course, as lisab said, internships would be great.
There are a lot of companies who visit Rutgers looking for people to intern, especially for computer science and engineering fields (so undoubtedly for computer engineering as well). So attending relevant internship fairs and company events on campus (for instance, Google is having a panel do a presentation in a couple weeks, PM me if you want me to send you the details) would be a good idea. Getting involved in some student organizations related to your field couldn't hurt either, because they often hold various talks related to jobs, not to mention that it is good to know the fellow people in your major, since most of them are in the same boat as you are.