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Old 01-01-2013, 12:53 PM
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Looking For Entry-Level Engineering Job

My name is Joe Cavaretta and I am a Senior Mechanical Engineering Student at Northern Arizona University. I will be graduating in May and am looking for an entry level engineering position. I am interested in both fluid and solid body mechanics.

I have maintained a GPA of 3.58, taken classes including Aerodynamics, Heat Transfer, Advanced Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, and am a proficient with MATLAB and SolidWorks 2012.

I am an enthusiastic learner, an effective communicator, and enjoy hard work.

Please feel free to send me a message or contact me by email at jac485@nau.edu
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Just a bump to the top.

I am still looking for an entry level Engineering job or internship
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I'm also graduating in May but with a Chemical Engineering degree. I just landed a job with Halliburton. It feels really good when you finally get that call.

Just keep applying to places and go to the Career fairs at your school and eventually it will happen. Sometimes it was really frustrating, but it will all come together.

You could try checking out Entry Level Jobs and Internships they have a lot of jobs that get posted daily.

Good luck.
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I'm also graduating in May but with a Chemical Engineering degree. I just landed a job with Halliburton. It feels really good when you finally get that call.

Just keep applying to places and go to the Career fairs at your school and eventually it will happen. Sometimes it was really frustrating, but it will all come together.

You could try checking out Entry Level Jobs and Internships they have a lot of jobs that get posted daily.

Good luck.
Appreciate the reply, congrats on landing the job! I will take a look at that site.
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