Alexander Ferrari, Catholic University '24, is a Civil Engineering student from Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. He has accepted a job as an Assistant Project Engineer at Omnibuild.

Briefly describe your new opportunity.

"I will be working as an assistant project engineer on one of Omnibuild's new high rise developments."

How did your School of Engineering and Catholic University education help you find this career path?

"The School of Engineering encouraged me to pursue internships and co-ops throughout college. I was able to develop a diverse resume, which enabled me to accept a job offer from a company that aligns with my career goals."

What activities were you involved in during undergrad?

"I was involved in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Steel Bridge Competition, a Member of American Society of Civil Engineers, and an athlete on the Men's Rowing Team."

What were some highlights of your time at The Catholic University of America?

"The civil engineering department, being a smaller program, allowed me to develop lasting relationships with great faculty and peers. These relationships have granted me some amazing opportunities throughout my time at Catholic University."

What advice do you have for students during their own job search?

"Diversify your experiences as much as possible, through internships and co-ops. This will allow you to identify your interests early on, while also becoming well versed in your specific field."