Author Topic: Electrical Engineering Student Seeking Advice and Small Work Opportunities  (Read 6433 times)

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Offline rah1236Topic starter

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Hello EEVBLOG Community,

My name is Raheel, and I'm working towards my BS in Electrical Engineering. I have a keen interest in PCB and analog circuit design, and I'm looking to apply my growing skills in practical, freelance projects.

I'm reaching out for two main reasons:

Firstly, for advice: I've attached my resume and project portfolio. I'm eager to learn from the experienced electrical engineers in this community. What challenges should I expect in freelance PCB design? How can I best showcase my skills to potential clients?

Secondly, for opportunities: If my skills align with your needs, please feel free to reach out. Whether it's a challenging problem or a routine task, I'm ready to provide cost-effective solutions.

I appreciate any guidance you can offer and am excited about the possibility of contributing to your projects. Thank you for taking the time to read my post!

Offline Georgy.Moshkin

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Re: Electrical Engineering Student Seeking Advice and Small Work Opportunities
« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2023, 12:27:19 pm »
Try Upwork, but don't be disappointed if something like this happens! Or start doing open-source hardware projects, find a problem and solve it, get feedback from the internet, and put text that you are seeking small work opportunities in first and last sentence of your HW project description.

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