Paths of a CivE: Part 2

This is the second post of this blog. I am basically giving examples of the paths you can take at Lehigh!

Student 2 is also a CivE. His summer plans are similar to mine, but his other plans are not. He like me plans to be a co-op student. We have applied to the same jobs. But Lehigh has endless paths, we may intersect but no one’s life is the same.

Last summer he had an internship, which is much less common for sophomore students. This year he leads his own division of the steel bridge team where they design and build their own steel bridge for competition with other universities. This is their site if you were curious. http://lusteelbridge.com and he plans to live on campus and wants to stay in PA. He is also a semester ahead in classes and on the water polo team.

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About Lujoe17

I attend Lehigh University as a student of the P.C.n Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. I am majoring in Civil Engineering in my sophomore year. I love to golf and am a huge New York Yankee fan. My favorite subjects are physics and math. I hate formal english classes. Luckily, this blog isn't in essay form! View all posts by Lujoe17

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