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Engineer Your Career : A Complete Guide to Landing a Job in Engineering

Are you looking for a complete guide to landing an engineering job?

Have you applied to online applications and not received any feedback?

Are you frustrated that you can’t seem to get any interviews?

Would you like to find out the keys to an excellent career?

Are you looking for guidance from a professional engineer with over a decade of experience?

Then, Engineer Your Career was written for you.

Engineer Your Career provides the straight talk that no one, not your professors, friends, or family will tell you. Read this book to learn how to:

  • Understand the Truth about Engineering
  • Recognize Your Purpose
  • Plan Your Career
  • Identify What Employers Want
  • Craft an Excellent Resume
  • Get Networking
  • Reach out to Land Opportunities
  • Ace Interviews
  • Accept an Offer
  • Create an Amazing Career
  • Continuing Education
  • Templates for emails, negotiations, cover letter, and resume

The book also includes stories and best advice from numerous engineering professionals, a summary of what you learned in each chapter, and action items to help you get your career moving.


What others are saying

I’ve had multiple interactions with Thomas asking for career guidance, and he has always been willing to offer advice. As a young engineer still trying to pave his way, I appreciate having someone in my network that I can go
_Paul Prete,Mechanical Engineer - Electric Boat
Thomas is a knowledgeable and helpful career coach who helped me spot some common misconceptions with regards to gaining employment in the engineering field. He recommended a course of actions with concrete steps to help gain the attention of prospective
_Rohan Dattatreya ,Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineer
Thomas possesses valuable career coaching abilities. As a young aspiring engineer, he took the time to answer some of my hard engineering career questions. With his career coaching, I will make informed decisions that will benefit me in the long
_Luis Valle ,Mechanical Engineering Student
After several months of struggling to find a job, I connected with Tom and he gave me some advice on what I could do to more easily find positions that best suit my skills. While I didn’t work with him
_Michael Sitler ,Project Engineer
Thomas is a rare person to come across. He is so passionate about engineering and guiding young engineers in their career path. He is a Subject Matter Expert in his field and a dynamic personality. He uses his expertise to
_Aasha Rathnaraj ,Project Engineer
Walking into my senior year of college I still had a lot of uncertainties about my future, especially with my career. I failed to find an internship for the summer so I was still without the experience that companies wanted
_Dylan Bencze,Engineering Student RMU
Thomas’ engineering experience and coaching has been a big help to me. His professional experience and willingness to help me has been a great benefit. He is always happy to go above and beyond to help other engineers. It takes
_Mathew Prasanth, P.E. ,Mechanical Engineer
It’s rare that you come across a standout personality like Thomas. It has simply been amazing and inspiring to work along with such a driven and focused individual. He has demonstrated exceptional command in the Engineering Profession to not only achieve
_Atul Mudgal,IT Consultant
I met Thomas through his LinkedIn group “Engineering Students and Recent Graduates” (ESRG), in which he connects with thousands of engineering students and practicing engineers to help guide them on successful journeys. Thomas even asked me to help moderate his
_Shane Martin,Engineer
When Thomas started working on my projects, it became readily apparent that he was perhaps the best young engineer with whom I had the pleasure of working. That was a while ago, and he has continued to impress me. His
_Dave McCullogh,Engineering Executive
Tom’s talent as a mechanical engineer and knowledge of the steel industry is unparalleled for his age. His strong work ethic and high level of skill create an irreplaceable resource when rounded out by his sense of ownership and accountability
_John Oconnell,Data Analyst
“Thomas and his Engineers, Students, and Recent Graduate (ESRG) community has been a big help and inspiration to me personally. He supports thousands of young engineers with advice, and when someone needs help, I’m always happy to see the level
_Jake Voorhees,Engineer, 1% Engineer Founder
He helped me land my first engineering job
_Himanshu Dinesh Nehete,Development Manufacturing Engineer

What Are Your Goals?

  • First Engineering Job?
  • New Career Path?
  • Engineering License or Certificate?
  • Promotion?
  • Money?
  • Unsure?

Did You Know?

A Harvard Business study revealed remarkable statistics relating to goal setting and success.

  • 83% of the population does not have goals.
  • 14% have a plan in mind, but are unwritten goals.
  • 3% to 5% of people have goals written down.
  • 92% of New Years goals fail by January 15th.

Goals require work. Hard work. You cannot achieve a goal, no matter how hard you want it, without preparation and a considerable effort. Success doesn’t happen by itself. It is the result of a consistent and driven action to achieve something great. Sharing your goals with a close ‘confide’ is proven to increase the chances of you achieving your goal. By working together I can help break down that dream into manageable pieces and turn it into a reality.

Engineer Coaching

Welcome to my website. My mission is to support you in making informed decisions about your career development and trajectory, as well as offer various tools that you can use—résumés, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles—to meet those goals.

In general, “coaching” tends to be a solution-oriented approach, which involves working with you to see what concrete steps you can take to achieve career objectives.

By and large, clients can reasonably expect to gain career confidence, insight, encouragement and inspiration. You should also feel as if the coaching relationship grants them some permission to relax a bit. Your job can create a fair amount of anxiety, fear and vulnerability, and I unwrap those emotions so you can better understand how these factors may be preventing you from advancing in your career.

Do you want to learn more about engineering careers and what it takes to be successful? You are in the right place!


Why Choose an Engineer Coach?


Get a head start to your career.


Overcome roadblocks and accomplish goals.


Get over fears and change your job or habits.


Reach higher than you thought possible.