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LNTroyer

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Making connections...
« on: August 02, 2014, 03:01:02 pm »

Hello Everyone,
My name is Ellen and i'm looking to see if there is anyone who i can get connected with for an engineering job at a later time (when i'm finished with my schooling of course). I just want to see what kinds of opportunities i have in New Hampshire with a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration on Energy Systems and a SEE minor (Sustainability, Environment, Energy). I'm hoping to get a entry level job when i graduate (2016) in New Hampshire. If it helps any, i will have 2-3 terms as a co-op with a engineering firm so i will have some experience once i graduate! The company that i will be co-oping with is Dayton Phoenix Group, and i'm very excited to start my first co-op term this fall!! Thanks for all of the help and let me know if you need any other information!


Sincerely,

Ellen Troyer
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Re: Making connections...
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2014, 08:28:16 pm »

Hello Everyone,
My name is Ellen and i'm looking to see if there is anyone who i can get connected with for an engineering job at a later time (when i'm finished with my schooling of course). I just want to see what kinds of opportunities i have in New Hampshire with a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration on Energy Systems and a SEE minor (Sustainability, Environment, Energy). I'm hoping to get a entry level job when i graduate (2016) in New Hampshire. If it helps any, i will have 2-3 terms as a co-op with a engineering firm so i will have some experience once i graduate! The company that i will be co-oping with is Dayton Phoenix Group, and i'm very excited to start my first co-op term this fall!! Thanks for all of the help and let me know if you need any other information!


Sincerely,

Ellen Troyer

Welcome to the forum! There are a ton of mechanical engineering jobs in the "128 corridor," which stretches from southern NH into Mass.: http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=mechanical+engineer&l=Nashua%2C+NH
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