Hello my name is Rafe and i am trying to start my own business to make some extra money to start my own nerf modding and prop shop. But i am stumped on what to do.
Im studying information technology in college but I'm thinking about being an electrical engineer what is it like being an EE.
I am in a High School program that requires an internship by the end of senior year. I was wondering how I would approach companies to possibly land an internship in companies( I am leaning towards engineering companies). I would graciously appreciate it if anyone could explain what should I include
I recently decided to pursue the engineering field but I do not know what field to go into.
Why does a transformer work only with AC power supply? What would happen if it was connected to a DC power supply?
From my understanding of how a transformer works. A AC power provides an alternating magnetic field which drives the current to the other coil. So what is the reason why transformers only work with AC and not DC power? Is it because the DC power will provide constant current which can be too much fo
I'm just curious about when it is a good idea to repeat courses you've taken but didn't do very well in.
I'm an Engineer student and about to graduate. I am actively seeking jobs and kind of struggling to find a suitable job due to lack of work experience. However, internships seem to be attractive for me since most of them require little to no work experience. So I wonder if an internship is still a v
I am an international student, pursuing a Master's Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineer Carleton University.Is there any technical job which requires least coding?
Reason is that I am good at analytics, calculation , maths but bad at programming so I have a fear of note getting job due to my poor programming skills and I also think there might be many students like me who have same problem.
I am an Electrical Engineering graduate student. I wonder if, in such a technical field as mine, adding voluntary activities such as working for X charity and the like can have any impact on the recruiter's decision to hire me.
I am a graduate student in Electrical Engineering and I will be graduating very soon. It has been hard for me to find a job by searching and applying for jobs online. I find that my application gets turned down often because I lack engineering work experience. Your tips on this matter will be very m
I am a graduate student in Electrical Engineering who opted for the non-thesis option in order to avoid the uncertainty of the time of graduation that is associated with the thesis option. However, I am also planning to pursue a PhD in the future and I have heard how not choosing the thesis option c
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? Thank you
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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.
i want to pursue nanotechnology bachelors in usa,i have 10thousand us dollars,how to approach this impossible dream ?
As a student I always hear that we need to build up a "nice network", but how can I address my efforts to really take benefit from it?
I am an engineering student that is searching for an internship those days.
What industry has bigger growth and more opportunities for young people? Also, what are the advantages of each field in terms of professional growth and overall job quality?
I'm curious what others think based on pay, workplace atmosphere, freedom, and interesting work.
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.
What's the likelihood of getting hired by a major company, such as Northrup Grumman, right out of college?
I was curious if they require experience or if they've been known to accept newly graduated students.
I was wondering this, because when I'm applying to colleges and they ask my major I type in electrical engineering and several options come up. I think it would be helpful to find out exactly what each one entails.
As I'm looking at different colleges and narrowing down what i would like to major in, i slowly came to realize that electrical engineering as hugely impacted at just about all colleges that offer some type of engineering major. So i would like to know whether or not this major is just as hard to ge