A recent blog post from the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, better known as AEG, gives students and recent grads in geology and geotechnical or geological engineering some great tips. Anyone looking to start a career in the environmental or engineering fields should check them out. I thought their tips for networking and finding a job after college are spot on, and worth the read for any student!
The Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists (AEG) is pleased to announce the Winter, 2011 series of review courses for the ASBOG® geology licensing exam and/or the California Supplemental exam taught by REG REVIEW, Inc. AEG and REG REVIEW, Inc. have partnered to provide these courses since 1992. In the Winter of 2011, ten one-day review courses for the ASBOG® licensing exam will be offered regionally throughout the U.S., these ten courses will be spread out into the following regions, the West Coast (which includes the Pacific Northwest as well as Northern and Southern California locations), the Eastern US, and the Central U.S. The California locations now consist of 2 sections — one day for the ASBOG® exam and part of a day for the CA Supplemental exam. Specific locations are listed below.
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That’s the title of a blog post by Loren Faulkner of California Builder and Engineer, an Associated Construction Publication. He cites a recent survey by the American Society for Quality (ASQ). ASQ/Harris conducted its survey […]
In July of 2007 a virtual who’s who of the Geo-community gathered at the headquarters of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a workshop to discuss the Trends Affecting the Geo-community. Yesterday the ASCE released a report on the workshop titled: Trends Affecting the Geo-Community: What Does the Future Hold, edited by Peter Smeallie. More details after the break.