So I'm graduating in May with my B.S in Electrical Engineering Technology. well walking in may I still have to take my enviromental science and political science over the summer, But I'll be finished by mid-july. I've already started the job search process. I've sent my resume to Kysor Warren and Southern Company based here in Georgia. Kysor Warren, I feel really confident about, I'm going to Columbus over Christmas break for my interview. But honestly I'd like to get out of the south. The genius ( i mean my sister) ensures me if all fails I can get a job at Walmart/Sam's Club doing something engineering related. Even still, an advertising firm in Charlotte i interned at as a graphic design student has extended a hand. Maybe I'm working on my application to Whirlpool's WERLD Leadership Program. Before I get to the questions my stats are: B.S Electrical engineering technology (08) Associates degree in Graphic Design (07) Currently interning at International Paper(Cardboard/Kraft Mill) in the Design Engineering Dept. 3.0 major gpa but a terrible cumlative, which is why grad school not an option. Questions 1. So eventually I'd want to get a job in design to make use of my years as an art student and engineering student combine. but I know that obviously is near impossible. though the job I applied to at Kysor Warren is assistant position in such. I also know eventually I'd like to get my Masters in either IE or EE or some form of engineering. But what type of entry level jobs should I be aiming for? 2. When they say Bachelor in Engineering required, does that typically mean Engineering technology students need not apply? what about if they say 'Bachelor in Engineering or relavant field'? surely that should include me 3. Is there any advantage to my Graphic Design degree in the job hunt.