• For those with wings fly to your dreams

    Well I'll be here for a bit more

    OTX West offered me a part-time work as an instructor! I'll be teaching the Intermediate Class (for Adults) and hopefully soon I'll be able to teach the Take Home Computer Class as part of OTX's "Free Computers to Oakland Students grades 6-12".

    This suppose to be interim work as I continue the search for an entry-level engineering positon, hopefully somewhere in the Bay otherwise back home (GA/NC/SC).

    I have been trying so hard to find a job. Working tirelessly, I've probably applied to about 25 engineering positions here in the immediate bay (Oakland, SF, Hayward, etc.), San Jose and Silicon Valley; as well as back home in Georgia, North Carolina, and even BMW (Spartanburg, SC). I've had a few interviews but so far, no luck. I just need one good job, not everyone I apply to.

    But I think my strategy has got to become more intense. There so many entry-levels out there these days that I've got to show the world that I am the ideal candidate. I am the creative, meticulous, intelligent promising engineer to be.

    Otherwise I may have to go back to the restaraunt world. Not that's a bad thing, I love cooking. It's just I did go to school and earned a B.S EET for a reason. Besides I can be an engineer and still bake and cook as a hobby. A bit tough to be a hobbyist engineer, regulations and all that.

    Happy Fourth o' July!




    About me

    I'm a 20-something Southern girl living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I've been working in the wild and wacky world of non-profit green construction in one way or the other for over 3 years. I'm also the owner of Oakland's own Engineered Cupcake.