Rebecca Goldberg
Rebecca Goldberg
Project Transportation Engineer, Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP
Woodbury, NY
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Education
* A.S. in Engineering Science * B.S. in Civil Engineering
Latest Questions
  • Judith, Tracy asked Rebecca Goldberg, Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP

    Added Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 6:05 PM

    I'm really interested in becoming a civil engineer but i would want to know more about it. was it hard to find a job after graduation ? How does your work environment look like in a day? What are the least/ most rewarding things about being an engineer? What do you consider the qualities that define a successful engineer?
    Related to Civil, Internships & Jobs, Opportunities/Challenges for Women
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  • Tenzin, Auckland

    Added Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 10:54 PM

    Hello! I am quite interested in civil engineering. I read a lot about how young women are highly sought in engineering but I was wondering what about when i get old? In 40's or 50's ? Would I have just as equal opportunities as men? Thank you :)
    Answers 1
    Rebecca Goldberg, Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP
    Answered Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 10:54 PM
    Hi Tenzin,
    
    Thank you for the question.
    
    Women have equal opportunities today. There's no inherent issue being a woman in engineering today, and it does not matter how old you are.
    
    If you think you may want to become an engineer, then pursue that. ...
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  • Raya

    Added Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 5:50 AM

    Hi, I'm currently at university studying for a business degree but i have realised that this is not my passion and not a field I see myself in in the future. I have always been interested in architecture and want to pursue a degree in civil engineering but i have not done physics in high school and realise that I am at a disadvantage but have the necessary maths skills to qualify. If I took the necessary bridging courses to catch up with physics, would I be able to undertake civil? Thanks
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    Rebecca Goldberg, Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP
    Answered Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 5:50 AM

    Dear Raya,

    High school courses set the groundwork for the work you do in college, but it’s nothing you can’t work around.  Do not be worried about whatever you did or didn’t take in high school.  Just take the required ...

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