Evening all, I'm blessed to be doing well in school, on time to graduate, with no major setbacks. However, I have a few worries that I could use some sage advice on. I'm currently a junior in EE and CE. My first BS was in Exercise Science with a gpa of 3.0. I currently have a school GPA of 3.8 and a combined GPA of 3.3. In a world of elevator pitches, gpa filters and resume combing algorithms, what do I do with this on job/grad school applications? Is it worth mentioning or would it just bore the interviewer? How do I network? Literally, what do you do? Do you go to fairs and pass out resumes? Do you build a website highlighting your portfolio and email a link to your friends? When you meet a currently employed engineer by chance, do you just ask them if they're hiring interns? Do you wait two weeks so you don't seem eager haha? There's no undergrad research program at my school. I take the maximum number of classes each semester so I can graduate on time. Should I do my own project? Pursue internships and coops? Is there another way to stand out that I hadn't considered? Thank you in advance!