Rose is an Irish Electrical and Electronic engineering student in the second year of university, studying at University College Cork. She is the Social Media Manager of the 1% Engineer Society’s Instagram page (@1engineernation), which aims to empower young engineers to rise to the top 1% of their careers.
Rose shares some great advice for international students looking to pursue a career in engineering. She has been very active with the 1% Engineer team and has been able to meet other students and engineers from all over the world.
Some questions discussed in the episode (Video Timestamps):
02:18 Intro Rose
03:11 What do you do with the 1% Engineer team
07:15 How do you tailor your content for an international audience?
08:50 Advice for international students who want to come to the US
11:20 What advice do you give students who are indecisive about the major they want to pursue?
14:20 What’s the best field of engineering to study if you are indecisive?
16:00 Tell us about your major as an electrical and electronic engineering student
19:30 How is AI helping the engineering profession
23:14 How is college different in the US compared to the UK?
27:45 What organizations are you involved with? Especially the EWB experience and how it compares to the US?
37:42 How have the skills from the volunteering organizations are making you a better student?
41:38 How can we continue Engineering our Future?
42:49 Connect with Rose and the 1% Engineer
Connect with Rose and the 1% Engineer Team
Music by Jack Winders:
Outro: Southern Skies
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Engineering our Future Podcast:
In this podcast, the host Luis Duque, will talk about his own experiences and those around him to help young professionals, students, and international students succeed in their career. Luis is a practicing Bridge Engineer in Colorado. His career is just beginning, but he has been able to help communities in need as well as being involved with professional organizations to advance the Structural Engineering profession.
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