The Week of September 30
Overaa: Overaa is looking for interns for the Water Treatment Plant that is right next to Sac State (probably the easiest commute you'll ever have). For more on Overaa, click here. For more on the position, talk to me or Mike Anderson.
Firms Hiring CM Grads Coming to Campus: from Cici Mattuzi, the following firms are coming to campus. Time to get those resumes looking spiffy. For more info, click here. A summary of the campus visits is below:
Steve P. Rados: This just came hot off the presses from Sac State alum Russell "Big Cat" Bonnifield. Rados, a heavy civil company, is looking for interns. For more info on Rados, click here. Send resumes to Russell at email@example.com. You gotta love the Sac State CM network!
Construction Assistant: This position is for a local building developer that also acts as a general contractor. If you're interested in learning both sides of building (owner and contractor), come see me. This is a unique position and I'm trying to fill this position for a friend. It's a great opportunity for someone with the right fit.
What's Going On In Classes
CM 121: BRING YOUR GOODYEAR PLANS TO CLASS AND LAB. This week, we be covering the cost of materials in Tuesday's lecture and estimating concrete in Thursday's lecture. In lab we will be estimating the cost of select site utilities for Goodyear.
CM 126: Slight deviation from the syllabus. I will not be assigning a case for Monday or on Monday. I will assign one on Wednesday that will be due the following week. In other words, Case #5 will be assigned on Wednesday, Oct. 2 and will be due on Oct. 9. I'm going to slow the pace of cases until I can get caught up on grading.
Assignments associated with Case #3 and Case #4 are due this week (Monday and Wednesday respectively). See SacCT for details.
Lastly, Monday's student presentations are by Nick Staykow and Mohamed Shammet. Wednesday's are Manuel Moya and Jeremiah Thixton.
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