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Help Needed for Student Project: Engineer Interview. URGENT

04/26/2016 10:04 AM

I am a first year student at the University of Lyon, France and I am required to interview an engineer about their job. This interview is part of a professional orientation project and is compulsory. I was not able to schedule an interview with an engineer in my vicinity.

I am asking that, if you have a moment, you take the time to fill out this very short and simple questionnaire (Google form) to help me complete my project. Link to questionnaire:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=15WOdo-OAZ9WzQLJ_jTdsTrmCptjlhHhIukHtIa1ypNI

If you are comfortable filling out your name at the end of the questionnaire, it would be a great help. You will figuratively save my life; thank you. :)

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Re: Help Needed for Student Project: Engineer Interview. URGENT

05/19/2016 3:51 AM
  • This is an anonymous international Engineering forum.
  • An interview is verbal, face-to-face. One cannot interview by sending out a form.
  • Use the telephone directory to approach Engineers in consulting firms near Lyon and schedule an appointment one lunchtime or evening, to suit the interviewee.
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