Post Graduation Plans

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After graduation my ideal plan would be to go into an industry career. I want to get into an engineering-related job first to provide myself with some experience in that aspect of the field. I want to be selective in choosing the company that I begin my career with. I want to ensure that the company that I choose has a program related that aids in helping their employees get advanced degrees. During my first year in my career I want to get into a master’s degree program either focusing on engineering or cyber security. I know there is a market for black women in both of those aspects of computer science so I want to tailor myself so that I am a candidate that is highly sought after. This summer I participated in my second internship with The Boeing Company in Seattle, WA. I worked under a group that focused on information technology infrastructure. Closer to the end of the internship I had the opportunity to apply to some of the entry-level rotational programs that Boeing has to offer. The first one that I applied and interviewed for was the Information Technology Career Foundation Program that is a 3-year rotation in 4 types of computer science related sectors of Boeing. I participated in a phone interview and I am still waiting to hear back from this program. I also applied for the Engineering Career Foundation Program, which is a faster paced 2-year, 4-rotation program that is also open to Computer Science majors. I participated in an in-person interview for this position and received a call letting me know that I had a successful interview and was moving along to the second part of the selection process. I have not received final word on my status as of now. I have thought long and hard about whether or not I would join The Boeing Company if I received an offer from either of the programs. I believe that because of the fact that Boeing is an engineering…...

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