Time really flies while abroad. There are so many new and exciting things to do, it can be overwhelming. Follow these tips to ensure you maximize your time.
How Being Abroad Made Me Value My Major More
Studying abroad is an amazing experience, and I would highly recommend it to any Aggie. Not only are there many opportunities to learn a new culture and language, but being abroad also made me value my industrial engineering major in a whole new way.
7 Tips for Freshman Cadet Engineering Success
Being in a Navy/Marine Corps outfit as both a fish and an upperclassman, I know that being an engineer in the Corps is challenging. Thus, here are some tips I used for engineering academic success as a cadet.
During my time at Texas A&M University, a resounding lesson has been that there is always more to learn. Despite the frustrations, stress and monotony that can come with a college experience, I want to learn. But to truly learn, it is necessary to step out of the comfortable scope of your own knowledge.
The Co-op Connection: 4 tips to thrive in manufacturing
This fall, I was fortunate enough to participate in an operations engineer co-op at PCC Structurals, Inc. From my experience, here are four tips for students going into future manufacturing roles.
4 Summer School Hacks
Although there’s 104 days of summer vacation, summer school can come along early and end it — much to your disappointment and that of Phineas and Ferb. However, summer school can ease your load for the upcoming semester and help you graduate on time.
The Co-op Connection: Landing the job
If you’re like me and don’t exactly know what you want to do after graduation, but desire a real, hands-on way of exploring engineering, consider a co-op. A co-op is an extended internship that can also count as a technical elective.