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Your Engineering Inspiration for Tuesday 30 June 2020

If you've recently graduated and are trying to get a job in your field, or are thinking about how you can snag an internship next summer, ENGins can help. Whether you're just beginning to figure out out what it is you're really interested in, are keen to show off your experience, or would like to learn more about a particular technical field as preparation for an interview, you'll find the tools to get you there.

For more information on how to use ENGins to bring you closer to your ideal job, have a look at our blog post: Top 5 ways students can get jobs and internships through ENGins.

Very best,

Rose Grey
Managing Editor

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