When Youssef came to Arizona State University in the fall of 2018, he didn’t just come to get a degree, he came to jumpstart his career. The endless academic and professional opportunities at ASU and the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering helped Youssef to flourish throughout his degree. His interest in Bioelectriconics and computers made electrical engineering the perfect match.
In addition to being an ECEE ambassador, Serag is also an undergraduate research assistant for computer-based linear circuit analysis as well as an undergraduate research fellow of the FURI program.
Networking is the key to success. Putting yourself out there and making meaningful connections can move mountains. Whether it’s a research opportunity, an internship, or advice connections can help you move towards your career goals at a much faster pace. As you will learn or have learned in your ASU 101 class, 80% of jobs are filled through networking!