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Stephen Cohos
Feb 18, 2022
In General Discussion
This channel is an open forum where students can connect with students and support each other in the grind of engineering school. Connect with your peers and students across the globe. If you have a problem you are working on, chances are others are dealing with the same problems. We want to help you build a community of your own to share knowledge and network. If you have questions for Entuitive, check connect with us on the other forum channels.
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Stephen Cohos
Feb 18, 2022
In Questions & Answers
This channel is a place for our members to connect directly with our active Co-op roster while they are on the job and working at Entuitive. If you are interested in learning more about what our Co-op's are working on, how they like being part of the team, or what a "day in the life" is like at Entuitive, this is the channel for you. We will have a rotating chair of Co-op's leading the discussion answering questions you may have about being part of our team.
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Stephen Cohos
Jan 19, 2022
In Questions & Answers
You have questions, we have answers. Each month Entuitive will be providing you access to a Subject Matter Expert in one of our many consulting service sectors. We want to showcase all the unique career paths that are available to you at Entuitive and provide you with the opportunity to ask questions about the role, the type of work, or anything else you have on your mind. Consulting Engineering at Entuitive is vast across many services and sectors within the AEC industry. It is not always clear when you are in school what field you want to pursue, what field you might be good at or interested in. We've got your back. Join the conversation and get excited about your future! April 2022 - Structural Engineering with Somerset Jarvis. Check out Somerset's introduction post and get connected!
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Stephen Cohos
Jan 19, 2022
In General Discussion
Welcome to Entuitive U! We are thrilled to give you a warm welcome to this space. Our mission is to provide recent engineering grads and engineering students who are entering the job market where you can get access to the inside of our industry, connect with our leaders, and engage with a like-minded community. To that end, we will be working hard to ensure that we align our actions with that purpose. To ensure the best possible experience for all members, these Community Guidelines should not only help you understand how to act within the community but also help you understand what to expect from others in this space. Forum Rules and Etiquette What to Do Be respectful, considerate, and helpful of other members at all times Be professional and avoid using profanity Keep your posts relevant to the topic of the thread. Please start a new thread in the appropriate forum if you have a different topic to discuss Embrace a growth mindset, exploring ideas with openness and curiosity rather than defensiveness Review your posts for spelling, grammar, and tone What Not to Do Do not double post or cross post questions, meaning you should refrain from posting the same question twice in the same thread or within several threads Do not advertise, spam, or post content that violates a copyright in the forum, including sharing inappropriate third-party products, services or links Do not post new problems on someone else's thread and interrupt a topic of discussion. Do not use someone else’s thread for a private conversation Do not post personal information Additional Posting Tips Search the other posts to see if your topic is already covered Use a meaningful title for your thread and topic tag Make your post as clear and easy to understand by using proper grammar and avoiding slang usage Be patient after posting and check back often to ensure no valuable responses are missed Be constructive when offering feedback to other members
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