Transitioning from Student to Engineer

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Andy Willner, Managing Director of Caedence Consulting LLC, shares experiences of successful professionals who were asked, "What skills did you figure out in your first 2 years on the job that significantly contributed to your productivity and career development that you wish someone would have just told you about before you started?" The themes derived from their responses were crafted into an engaging presentation covering 3 high-impact skill areas not generally formally taught in college classrooms. Save the date, this is a must-see for students and early-career professionals. Experienced engineers might also pick up a tip or two, and can certainly enrich the discussion.

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  • Date: 06 Apr 2022
  • Time: 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • Providence, Rhode Island
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  • Co-sponsored by Caedence Consulting LLC
  • Starts 18 March 2022 05:00 PM
  • Ends 06 April 2022 05:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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Andy Willner, Managing Director Andy Willner, Managing Director of Caedence Consulting LLC


Transitioning from Student to Engineer


Andy Willner, P.E. is a managing director at CÆDENCE Consulting. Before joining CÆDENCE Consulting, he was a design engineer and Senior Member of Technical Staff at Sensata Technologies in Attleboro where, over 14 years, he led numerous successful electro-mechanical new product development projects, as well as creating dozens of technical and business skills training seminars, and leading university recruiting teams. Prior, he spent over a decade at Texas Instruments in engineering and engineering management roles. He began his career as an instrumentation engineer at Pratt & Whitney. Mr. Willner has bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Cornell University, and physics from Binghamton (State U. of NY), and a master’s in materials science & engineering from NTU, as well as a certificate in electrical engineering from Northeastern. He is a Massachusetts registered Professional Engineer and holds 7 US patents.

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