The first company at the job fair that I spoke with was Applied RADAR

The first company at the job fair that I spoke with was Applied RADAR

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Zachary White Extra Credit 10/27/0 The first company at the job fair that I spoke with was Applied RADAR. To be honest, their poster of a complex circuit hung behind the booth is what sparked my interest. My impressions of the company were overall positive. Their main focus is commercial and military RADAR handling. After speaking with the representative I asked about summer internships. They replied saying they don’t have a specialized intern program but would be willing to look at my resume. I found this was an ongoing trend with the companies. Another booth I visited was Thielsch Engineering. Before I could even say hello I was confronted by one of the representatives. The woman was also an electrical engineer. She told me what electrical engineers do for the company. This was exciting for me to hear firsthand about what I have to
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Unformatted text preview: look forward to. She mentioned that they actually designed and installed a sprinkler system at one of the local hospitals. Thielsch Engineering was also willing to take my resume. I also learned that they usually have interviews in February for prospective interns. A third company I spoke with was Lays. Yesthe chips. I was very curious to find out what engineers do at a chip factory. The gentleman told me they hire all types of engineers strictly for their problem solving and analysis skills. I was glad to hear they hire numerous interns and are always looking to hire the interns when they graduate. While I absolutely love troubleshooting and analyzing, I think I would enjoy a more electrical based job. But beggars cant be chooser, though I am not beggingyet....
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