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  1. HEPCO is a highly-experienced technical staffing firm with a Department of Defense Top Secret Clearance. HEPCO supplies all types of technical talent to Fortune 500 companies and Regional Corporations and is currently serving clients in 22 States. HEPCO, Inc. is seeking an Entry Level Electrical Engineer to work for a world leading Aerospace Defense Contractor in Baltimore Maryland. This is a TEMP to PERM opportunity for a recent graduate with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Candidates with a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or a GPA below 3.0 will not be considered. In addition, candidates must have degrees from an ABET accredited university. Prospective applicants must be a US Citizen to undergo a Secret Security Clearance process. The Entry Level Electrical Engineer will need to pass a background and drug test and will be processed for a Secret Clearance. An initial telephone interview will be conducted and followed up with an in person interview on site in Baltimore. Non-local candidates will be considered if they are willing to interview on site at their own expense. Resumes should include the following: An Objective A list of 10-12 major courses 1-2 paragraphs on the Senior Project Month and year of graduation including cumulative GPA All work experience including any internships Outside interests such as sports or hobbies Please submit resumes in MS Word format to Felipe Flores @felipe@hepcoinc.com
  2. In the past 12 months, our country has lost 425 Americans who gave their all in combat for the country and those of us who live in it. As this holiday weekend approaches, please keep in mind these 425 brave men and women, as well as those that have gone before them. Many of us here on EB live or have lived a military life, and I thank each and every one of you who have stepped up in some way or another to either serve or support those who have served. A case of beers are in the fridge and praying that the number doesn't increase next year. RIP- Crazy Bobby, Tom Cat, Natedawg, Jamie, Nicky, Dannon and Jeff and all that I haven't mentioned personally. We miss you... Honor your men...
  3. First, let me explain my situation. I went to a somewhat-selective private University and got an BSCE on an ROTC scholarship. Now that I'm active duty, I'm considering using the military's tuition assistance program to pay for an online master's degree. The one that looks most appealing is ERAU's new MS in Engineering Management. My goal for when I get out is to be a project manager in construction/engineering/public works, etc. Does anyone in here think that this MS would fit the bill for becoming a project manager? Is there a better option out there as far as online graduate work? Any ideas, experiences, or sage advice would be appreciated.
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