Was recently asked to write the Young Engineers blog for the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE).
The NSPE defines "Young Engineer" as any engineer under the age of 35 -- the vast group of which, between those with state issued Engineer-In-Training certifications and those formally licensed in their respective states of practice, make up a growing number of young professionals in the field.
There's something about having a set border on being "young" that adds a sense of urgency to executing one's aspirations and accomplishments, no?
Anyways, I'm grateful to have been asked! The entries can be found at here, in the company of high caliber and deeply experienced leaders and experts in the engineering discipline.