Posted on 9/27/2017 By Gausman & Moore
Gausman & Moore staff members had a great opportunity to meet with University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) students and alumni at the E-Fest Job & Internship Fair, held on September 13th. Our Duluth office was represented by Jude Homola, Bryn Johnston and Zack Klein. Jude, Bryn and Zack met with more than 50 people to learn about their skills and career interests. It was a terrific networking opportunity for both job seekers and employers.
Posted on 9/11/2017 By Gausman & Moore
Developing a personal engineering brand for yourself will get you noticed by others in the field, put you ahead of the game, and even give you an experience advantage over your peers. Though you’ve been working away in school and in the workplace at gaining many new skills in the field of engineering, various other skills are required to create an effective engineering brand for yourself. Your brand will ultimately let others know you are an expert in all things engineering. If you want to have the opportunity to better partnerships, gain attention from job recruiters, or higher quality clients, follow the following five personal branding tips.
Posted on 9/4/2017 By Gausman & Moore
Internships are an outstanding way to acquire much-needed experience in the field. As your internship begins to wind down, you may think, what next? If you’re a soon-to-be graduate, you may want to continue with the company for your career, however, it’s never a guarantee. While you may have gone above and beyond for your role as an intern, you may not realize there are extra steps to take to prove you’re truly interested in a career with the company. Be sure to follow tips listed below, and you will be sure to make a memorable impression to your internship supervisor.
Posted on 8/7/2017 By Gausman & Moore
As an engineer who has also taken on the role of project manager, it is easy to fall into the pattern of stagnant management styles. This is especially true for those who have received training in their places of work but have not received formal training to receive a project management certification. Project management is much more than what one may pick up from previous managers and trial and error. To be the best project manager possible, you have to understand there is a compatibility between your engineering role and leadership—things you learn from a formal project management study. The following are project management principles that will ultimately benefit any engineer.