|Graduate Degree:||MS Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota|
|Current Job Title:||ELP Engineer|
|Current Employer:||National Instruments|
What was your career path that led you to your current position?
After working as a physics researcher for a year, I decided engineering was a better fit for me. I got my Master's and then spent about 6-8 months looking for work. I connected with National Instruments through a job fair hosted by U of MN.
What kind of credentials, education, training, prior experience are needed?
I needed a minimum GPA and an appropriate degree. I think my current employer would be willing to look at Computer Science and Physics grads.
How was your major and/or your degree from UD related to your current work?
My work at UD helped me get into a grad school that was appropriate for my career goals (engineering). I think the amount of experience I had in writing and the technical skills from physics were also very helpful.