Hi. I am here once again for another question. As I read more and more about engineering I get a bit daunted for the following reasons. Most people who are schooling for the field have built a thing or two using adruino or some other tools. Heck some even took part in actual projects that. I, on the other hand, have never built or designed anything. The idea of building anything seems pretty far fetched right now and I'd like to believe it's because I haven't done any. I excel in the courses that I am taking but school doesn't teach you everything you know. Is it possible for a person like myself who doesn't know how to build or design anything yet to get a job after graduation? How much of what the average mechanical engineers uses in his/her job comes from educational backgrounds? Am I wasting my time just by expecting to get a job after graduation without having prior technical skills? How unlikely is this? I am finishing up my pre reqs. Next semester I take, PHY 2, Def Q and some other class, then I'll transfer to a university. Thanks for all your answers.