I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5?
So I Know What To Expect & How To Deal With It
To See How High I Need To Go In Education
To Find Out What I Need To Do
To See If The Income Is Right For Me
To Find Out Where I Need To Go
I want to have a good job with engineering.
I was hoping to get some practice before I just decide to get a degree on it.
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I am planning on majoring in electrical engineering at the University of Arizona
I'm planning in majoring in electrical engineering at the University of Arizona.
I want to be an electrical engineer because I love hands-on experience. However, I don't really know detail on what an engineer's day is like.
I was curious if they require experience or if they've been known to accept newly graduated students.
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