Molly Lebowitz
Molly Lebowitz
Business Analyst, Intel Corporation
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Molly has worked in the environmental field as a consultant engineer, helping industrial clients to comply with environmental regulations and doing preliminary design work on environmental projects. Molly has also run a program to teach engineering and robotics classes for kids in the Seattle area with Play-Well TEKnologies. Currently, Molly is a business analyst at Intel Corporation, guiding the development and execution of internal projects.
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Cornell University College of Engineering (2007)
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  • Lauren, Oakland, CA asked Molly Lebowitz, Intel Corporation

    Added Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 1:45 PM

    Hi Molly, I graduated with a BS in Biology and have been working for a couple years at an energy efficiency consulting firm. I've been thinking about going back to school to get an environmental or civil engineering masters, because problem solving is something that I love. Do you have some suggestions for next steps? Thanks!
    Related to Choosing a Degree, Civil, Environmental, Graduate School
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    Molly Lebowitz, Intel Corporation
    Answered Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 1:45 PM
    Hi Lauren, 
    Thanks for writing. It's great that you've gotten some experience and have some good footing to make your next career move. I started as a Bio major as well, and then transferred into env engineering. I'd say school-wise, the difference was ...
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  • Pneuma, Chicago

    Added Friday, January 29, 2016 at 1:25 PM

    I am thinking of being an environmental engineer. Unfortunately some of my friends think it's not the best idea. What do I do???
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    Molly Lebowitz, Intel Corporation
    Answered Friday, January 29, 2016 at 1:25 PM
    Hi Pneuma, 
    I'm not sure why your friends are discouraging you! But, regardless of the reason, it's YOUR career, and not theirs, so you should make the decision for yourself. Of course it's good to get input from people who are knowledgeable - for ...
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