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    exactly why I’ve always wanted to become an engineer. I love the engineers give a purpose to mathematics and science, and use them to create the tools of our world. I want to experience the intellectual challenges engineers face. Engineers are paid well, and encouraged by everyone to solve the biggest problems of today. This report will help me find in myself what I need to work on to become a one the best engineering students, and therefore a great engineer. Goal Setting There’s a lot of…

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    Workplace Skills Essay

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    cooler talk” and social events. These can involve written, verbals, non-verbal (such as appropriate and culturally sensitive sign language in a professional environment) and listening skills. So developing these skills are important in day to day practicing life. Sometimes I encounter some colleagues and even clients that have very “thick” accents. As an engineer you need to be able to understand their requirements and “problems” in order to respond to them. One particular example, at the very…

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    and mechanical. Civil engineers get paid well and mostly work for the government in…

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    environmental engineer is, yet it does not completely sum up what exactly one is. An environmental engineer is a paid and educated worker for the world who works full-time in multiple environments in order to receive the benefits of protecting the planet for others (Bureau of Labor Statistics). The idea of this being what an environmental engineer is has led me to believe that it is the career for me. However, the concept from above did not fully tell me what an environmental engineer is, so…

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    mentorship for females pursuing engineer careers. According to Theresa Barger, a writer for The New York Times, “[H]aving a mentor who faced similar discrimination and figured out a way to be taken seriously makes all the difference” (Barger). While an effective mentor can be of either gender, an experienced female engineer is more likely than an experienced male engineer to experience struggles similar with those faced by the rising generation of female engineers, such as workplace bias or…

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    Civil Engineer Ever since I was in the 5th grade, I’ve liked to build things with Legos, K’nex and another construction toys. I liked the idea that something I visualized could actually come to life before me. That’s when my Mom told me about the world of engineering and that my father was an electrical engineer. The engineering spans a various amount of areas from computers to technological departments. However, the field that is most applicable to me is Civil. I prefer to be a Civil Engineer…

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    Throughout the entire world, when people hear “I am an Engineer” they immediately treat one with a certain respect. However, why do people do that? What is engineering? In the internet, there are millions of definitions of engineering many people believe it is being able to use math and science and apply it to the real world problems. However, I think it is someone that works hard to help the improve the world, pioneer in technology, and inspire future generations to succeed. I want to use…

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    engineering requires active presence and involvement; a female engineer noted in an interview, “To advance, it seems as though you must be willing and able to work 50+ hours/week; and often be on call 24/7” (qtd. in Fouad and Romila 29). With women already balancing family caretaking responsibilities, pursuing a career in a competitive field that requires long hours and allows few days off becomes grueling and near impossible. Another female engineer, describing her perception of the dichotomy…

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    imagination. Growing up has changed some things for me. I still aspire to be an Inventor of sorts, but I want to do it better through becoming a world class Engineer. A world Class engineer would be able to effectively make goals and stick to them to strengthen their effect; the Engineer is also able to set measurable and achievable goals and allow the engineer to do all that they set out to do. They regularly and consistently strengthen their goals so that they have a clear understanding of…

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    STEM Career Progression

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    for women of all ages in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) based careers. Many corporations have created programs to help generate more interest in women, especially at a young age. Learning the basics of STEM, demand for engineers, and programs for women have been essential to the development of keeping the attention from women. Consequently, the problem for a career in secondary education in math is the lack of interest from young women. Since there is a large demand…

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