Recent college graduate looking for first job. Earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with a 3.15 GPA. Main interests are in circuit design, embedded design, and automation, but also willing to work with high voltage, power transmission, and communications. I have experience designing printed circuit boards in Eagle, soldering, C/C++ programming, basic workshop tool use, and designing and selling open-source hardware. I have good verbal communication skills and excellent writing skills. While I currently live in West Virginia, I am willing to relocate almost anywhere within the continental United States. I have not yet taken the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, but I am signed up to take it in Maryland on October 29th. A copy of my most current resume can be downloaded by clicking here…
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