Hi all, I'm in my senior year as an engineer and I'm about to graduate this June. I'll be done done in late July though (Stupid general education class I forgot about). I'm currently throwing out job applications in double digits just trying to get whatever I can. I do my best to make each application "personal" to the job because I know recycled cover letters and generic qualifications is a good way to get dismissed. I know all about "cooking" my resume to match each position but it's a tiring and lengthy process. I'd really like to at least have a solid offer for something before June so I can at least KNOW I'll have something. My brother in law graduated from the California POST (police officer training) last May and he still hasn't found a job. I know times are hard but I didn't go to school for something that has trouble finding a job (the BA degrees, art, etc). Anyway, I'm wondering if any of you engineers have maybe a word you can throw in with a paid internship or maybe some leads you can throw my way. I'm Environmental Engineering in a program that tends to focus on mechanics versus structural/civil. I did take statics and mechanics but not to the extent a civil engineer does. I'm familiar and experienced with AutoCAD, MATLAB, Inventor, SolidWorks, Pro-E, Python and pretty solid at Excel (Numerical analysis, standard deviations, functions, plots). Ideally I'd like to lean toward the sustainable civil/structural development route in a drafting capacity but I can also work with FEMAP. Sorry for the lengthy post, I just figured maybe there's an engineer here who knows of something, thanks!