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|Scooped by Caleb|
This page itself is not all that helpful to me setting up my credits, but it provides a link to several interviews of engineers that I found helpful and fascinating. The one in particular that I found most helpful was the one of the Civil Engineer from California named Michael Dawson. He opened my eyes to the fact that being a Civil Engineer and finding a job takes more than just the college education I receive. For Michael Dawson, networking and connections had just as much to do with him finding a job as his college education. He also addresses the challenges that students may find when trying to work overseas. Though I did not consider this as an option, I find it interesting that after five to ten years it may be an option for me. Now I am thinking that working at a manager position in a large company and transfering overseas may be a possibility for the future. Mostly, his interview and the interviews of others showed me the incredible opportunities for advancement that the engineering field has and has made me more excited for my college education and future career.