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I was making a joke, but thanks!
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it's the same shit argument people use against vegans
that they're not really vegan because they step on bugs unintentionally when outside
or walk on pavement that's not vegan
can't take a bus, can't mow your lawn, can't eat produce because those are harvested with equipment powered by gas, etc.
- That's like everyone dude...
- There sandwiches are aight but there lemonade is bomb.
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But hes a fcking white male
Yeah I want to do internships but i dont know exactly where. You can't go to a hospital and volunteer as a nurse as any prospective doctor would. Idk what you can intern as an engineer.
go to a nearby university and sit in on a few engineering lectures, talk to the professor, go to a university open day, meet other engineering students, etc. that will give you an idea of what a few years studying engineering will look like
look up engineering firms in your area - check online job adverts for names of places - and go ask if you can intern for free for a few weeks. or just befriend somebody working there, they can have a coffee with you and tell you about their job. that's how you get mentors and connections in life
This man. Best way to see if you actually like something, talk to people who're already doing it. They'll tell you unbiased pros/cons of the field, as opposed to sleek-talking HR-presentations that companies give at unis.
Oh shit thanks. Do they just let you listen to the lectures. I thought they'd kick you out or something
I don't know how it works where you are, but at my university nobody cares who's sitting in the lecture. The only difficulty is knowing what time and where a class is without being a registered student with a personal timetable. Just play dumb, ask the faculty reception where a class is because you forgot your timetable or something
okay thanks. I hope they let me I live 5 blocks away from a community college. I'll ask later
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