My name is Paul Shergill and I am currently a junior who heavily interested in working broad. I am a Mechanical engineering student who is heavily interested in the biomedical engineering field.
I studied abroad in Hong Kong and I love it. I loved being surrounded by new sites, smells, and people. I want to be able to return to major cities in asia; however as a worker.
I speak 3 languages fluently, and I am learning 2 more (Mandarin and Latin Spanish). I have multiple years of mechanical engineering practice, projects and leaderships roles under my belt. I just got an internship with a bio-medical firm and I have already started my first project. I graduate next yer but I am looking for advice right now to stay ahead of the curve.
I was wondering if anyone can help me better understand the process of going aborad and if you can tell me your personal story as well.
It would also be nice to talk to other professionals as well :)