I need to interview an electrical engineer (School related)

In summary, Ricky is a first-year electrical engineering student at Olympic College in WA. As part of his technical communications class, he needs to write a discourse community analysis paper and is looking to interview someone with a BS in electrical engineering who currently works in the field. The interview will cover topics such as EE reports, skills, and expectations. Ricky is open to conducting the interview through email, phone, Skype, or in person if the interviewee is located in the Seattle area. However, interview threads are not allowed on the PF for privacy and anti-phishing reasons.
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Ricky Aguilar
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Good evening everyone,

My name is Ricky and am in my first year in becoming an electrical engineer at Olympic College in WA. I am in a technical communications and need to write a discourse community analysis paper. Part this paper is interviewing someone with at least a BS in electrical engineering and works currently as an electrical engineer. My interview will be about EE reports, skills, the profession and expectations as an EE. If anyone would be so kind to let me interview them it would be greatly appreciated. This interview could be through email, phone, Skype or if you live in the Seattle area in person.

Thank you

Respectfully

Ricky
 
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Welcome to the PF, Ricky. :smile:

For privacy and anti-phishing reasons, interview threads are not allowed at the PF. Best of luck in your studies.
 

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