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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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Associate Director

Career Center


Associate Director, Employer Services

UCLA


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Carol Trigg


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"I suggest students target companies that will give them the opportunity to use their education here in school," said Carol Trigg, associate director of the career center at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).Trigg said the most lucrative positions she regularly sees posted at the university are for interns in engineering firms, where students typically perform entry-level work.Leveraging your educational experience to perform jobs that require higher-level skills makes you more valuable to potential employers - and puts you in a better bargaining position to stretch for higher salaries.Not to mention the fact that when you graduate, you'll have references, work experience and a possible in at the very same company.WALK ON THE WILD SIDEEngineering may pay the best, but Trigg said UCLA students also have fun with jobs at the zoo, coroner's office and film sets.


Engineers ready for job competition after graduation

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Carol Trigg, associate director of employer and alumni relations and research at the UCLA Career Center, said it is common for companies to recruit UCLA engineering students.'Our students are getting jobs and they are sought after.It's at all levels - bachelor's, master's and Ph.D.s in computer science and engineering,' Trigg said. 'A student will work at a company as an intern. ...They are converted over to a full-time employee if they accept the offer because that's the purpose of these internships.'At on-campus job fairs where students can meet up with employers, companies seeking engineering students are a significant presence, Trigg said.


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Carol Trigg University of California Los Angeles 501 Westwood Plaza 3rd fl. Los Angeles, CA 90095-1573 Phone:310-206-5479 - Fax:310-794-2024 ctrigg@saonet.ucla.edu


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"I suggest students target companies that will give them the opportunity to use their education here in school," said Carol Trigg, associate director of the career center at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).
Trigg said the most lucrative positions she regularly sees posted at the university are for interns in engineering firms, where students typically perform entry-level work. Engineering may pay the best, but Trigg said UCLA students also have fun with jobs at the zoo, coroner's office and film sets.


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