To directly answer your question (not really sure what Ken's answer is getting at to be honest), probably not. I mean unless you really want to just switch focus and go be an electrician instead of an electrical engineer (which you could do).
Electrical Engineering and being an actual electrician are very different. I distinctly remember one of my lower class professors in EE telling us very sternly something along the lines of "Do not think that with a BEE degree you are an electrician, because you will kill yourself and your whole family by burning down your house".
If you want to be an electrician, there is probably some separate education needed beyond what you learn in an EE program. If your goal could be bent into owning your own electrician firm/company, that could work. But it sounds like if your primary goal is an actual engineering firm, you should focus on that. There are definitely engineering firms, it's sort of a separate gig from working as an engineer at a big company. I unfortunately don't know how to get in to that industry, sorry.