About the job:
If you're technical, creative, and also love cars, a career as a Mechanical Engineer might be the right one for you. If you choose to focus on the Automative Industry, your job will be to improve the quality of vehicles, by either designing new products, modifying existing ones, or troubleshooting problems.
As a Mechanical Engineer, you may have to:
- Face injuries because of handling heavy machinery
- Slide under cars, work with tools and parts that are hard to maneuvre
As a Mechanical Engineer, you will get to:
- Enjoy seeing the results of your hard work
- Earn a comfortable income
- Be creatively satisfied after solving problems
- 40+ hours a week
- 15% irregular hours
Are you the right fit?
- General Sciences
Will you make money?
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
For questions, please email [email protected].
Think you have what it takes to become a Mechanical Engineer for the Automative Industry? Watch our latest Insider Interview with Gilbert Khoury to find out!
Gilbert Khoury currently runs a facility that restores cars, which in his words, is an exercise in pure Mechanical Engineering. Prior to that, Gilbert was the General Manager of Ducati in Lebanon and spent years of his life consulting for global car companies. Gilbert obtained his Mechanical Engineering degree at Georgia Institute of Technology and his Master's Degree in MIT.