I Want to Be a - Civil Engineer

by Brad Aldrich and Tim Muma  Sunday, July 14, 2013

Brad Aldrich is the President of Aldrich + Elliott, PC (A+E), located in Essex Junction, VT. He has held numerous leadership positions in the National Society of Professional Engineers, including National President in 2008-09. Brad has been awarded fellow member status in both the National Society of Professional Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He currently serves on the...
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Tim Muma is a Radio Program Coordinator at LocalJobNetwork.com (LJN). He is the host and producer for a variety of shows on LJNRadio where he engages with industry experts and individuals throughout the country to deliver current and relevant employment-related topics for his audience of job seekers, employed individuals, managers, and employers. He is also a co-host of job seeker webinars at LJ...
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Large projects that include things like roads, buildings and water systems are carefully designed and created to effectively utilize space and be functional for society. Before and during construction, every phase is analyzed to consider a number of factors, ensuring the best setup. This is the work of civil engineers like Brad Aldrich, President of Aldrich and Elliot, who describes to Tim Muma the steps it takes to get into the business and the processes that go into producing great results. We'll also find out about the skills and personalities that help people thrive in this profession.


Children and even some adults fantasize about finding their dream job. Sometimes they don't know what it is or how to get there. I Want to Be a... will walk our starry-eyed job seekers through the reality of how to fulfill their life's goal of becoming exactly what they want.


Duration: 23 Minutes

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