Welcome to the Engineering, Technology & Physical Sciences Community!

This community is a great starting place for those who are interested in solving tough real-world problems through hardware, software or science. Those who follow this community often seek multidisciplinary teams to research,  design, test, evaluate, improve efficiency or modify products and procedures. Commonly, members of this community are intellectually curious, detail oriented, data-driven and interested in working in hands-on environments. People in this community can work in any type of organization, from start-ups to large multinational corporations to various aspects of the government and research laboratories.

Typical job types include (but clearly are not limited to) research associate, engineer, analyst, data analyst, software developer, process improvement/quality assurance, ui/ux, scientist or consultant.

Quick Tips for Building a Strong UX Portfolio

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Before you can apply to jobs, you need to ensure that your UX design resume and portfolio are as strong as possible. These act as an introduction to your experience and skills for recruiters and hiring managers who are assessing …

By Kevin Wu - Springboard
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How To Predict Flight Delays Using Data Science

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This blog post is adapted from a capstone project created by current Springboard student Kalen Willits for Springboard’s Data Science Career Track. This post originally appeared on Kalen’s WordPress page.

Imagine yourself on the last day of work before the big …

By Guest Contributor - Springboard
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Staying Organized During a Job or Internship Search

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Many students tell me that it’s challenging to keep track of applications they have submitted to employers. It’s an understandable concern; there’s the date you initially send your email or submit your documents on a website, the response you receive …

By Susannah Krenn
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Transferable Skills: The Key to Landing Your Dream Job

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For many people, making a career switch might feel like you’re starting over from scratch. But that’s not true: You have transferable skills. “Most job seekers think the skills they use for their current job only translate for that particular …

By Shelby Simon - The Muse
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