How FUSION Works for Employers


The FUSION residency process begins with employers engaging in the educational preparation of FUSION students. There are several opportunities for employers to engage with FUSION students.

Interview Process

The FUSION interview process helps assure that you find students who are the best fit for your company’s culture, technology and customers.


FUSION students contribute to important IT projects with many employers.  There are also resources to help with training of students as well.  You can hire a FUSION student upon graduation with confidence when the time is right for the company and the student.

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Employer Benefits

Value Added Contribution

A higher return in terms of value-added contribution from the time invested in orientation to organizational culture, people, processes and technology.

Centralized Employment

The FUSION residency provides employers with a track record of performance on which to base an eventual hiring decision.

What Students Learn

Technical Competencies

Through programming fundamentals, math, architecture, security, operating systems, and other core disciplines, students will learn both the fundamentals as well as the latest in methodologies.

Programming Languages

Students will learn object-oriented development languages such as C, C++, PHP, JavaScript, Visual Basic, and other languages that will equip them with the tools to succeed in today’s ever-changing environment.

Applied Learning

FUSION  students learn how to apply development concepts to real-world situations through both a structured curriculum and real-world experience through an IT Residency.

Engagement Opportunities

Employer Engaged Education

Employing FUSION students, guest speaking, adjunct faculty roles, project sponsorship, cooperative research, competitions and class projects are all excellent ways to engage in the education of bachelors level students in IT programs.

Program Development

Employers are encouraged to provide feedback to the university for continuous improvement of curriculum, provide scholarship funding for students, and advocate for IT program initiatives.

Career Guidance

Bi-monthly forums, Informational Interviews, Business showcase visits, Mentoring