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Horrocks Engineers

Jr. Field Technician

May - September 2020 • Idaho Falls, ID

What I liked

The work environment was great. They treated me well and allowed me to get a broad experience of the field.

What I wish was different

I wish I would have had the opportunity to oversee a construction project in progress.

Advice

Get an internship as soon as possible to feel out what path you want to go down.
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GIS ANALYST

May 2019 • Pleasant Grove, UT

What I liked

Work environments

What I wish was different

Nothing

Advice

Quickest way to learn GIS was through this job
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Engineer

August 2019 • Pleasant Grove, UT

What I liked

The people and atmosphere.

What I wish was different

I wish there was a little more structure.

Advice

Seek work from any and everyone. There is plenty of space to move around so find the work that you like best.
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Secretary

May 2016 - August 2019 • Pleasant Grove, UT

What I liked

Everyone is super friendly and it's at a nice location. Also, as a secretary I had really flexible hours.

What I wish was different

I wish it was closer to where I lived.

Advice

There is a lot of diversity in the workplace, so be prepared to make diverse friends!
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Land Development Intern

April - August 2018 • Pleasant Grove, UT

What I liked

I appreciated the office environment, as well as learning how to work with coworkers, clients, and municipalities. Additionally, it was challenging yet exciting to meet tight deadlines and schedule my workload accordingly.

What I wish was different

I wish my cubicle was physically closer to my boss and coworkers so there could be more of a team atmosphere.

Advice

The work I performed isn't schoolwork. It will have dramatic impact upon the future developments of the cities we designed in. As such, it should be taken seriously, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun along the way.
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