Navigating Your Career Path

Navigating Your Career Path in a Time of Uncertainty

COVID-19 has created unique challenges. Listen to these engineers to see how they navigated tough job markets.


Technical or Management?

This is a question I get often from civil engineering professionals, usually from those on the early side of their career. It’s in reference to that proverbial fork in the road that all civil engineering professionals come to at some point: Will you stay on the technical track in your career, or will you go down the path of management?

First of all, does this fork in the road exist at all?


Career Path Series

Trying to find a career path that suits you? Check out these resources.


Creating a Career Plan

It’s hard to know where to start. This webinar will explain how to create your plan!


Navigating a Nontraditional Path

Didn’t get an engineering degree? Here are some tips on starting a career in civil engineering.


New Engineer pivots from Disney to NASA

Choosing a discipline can be daunting, but there’s no need to feel stuck in a certain area. This student wasn’t afraid to change course!

Changing discipline or arena mid-career

Many of us find the need to shift gears at some point and change discipline, arena, sector, or perhaps even country, mid-career.