Engineers Week 2022: Electrical Engineer C. DiCicco Cites Problem-Solving in Engineering as Rewarding and Challenging

Camille Sylvain
Feb 21, 2022 9:21:13 AM

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This week marks the start of 'Engineers Week 2022,' a week long national celebration of engineering. Founded by the National Society for Professional Engineers in 1951, "EWeek (February 20–26, 2022) is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers." (www.nspe.org)

In honor of this national celebration, PBA asked a few of its engineers who are at different stages in their careers, a series of questions relating to what led them to become engineers.

Carmen DiCicco is an electrical engineer with Peter Basso Associates' Corporate / Governmental group. Carmen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Wayne State University, Detroit, MI in 2017. Shortly thereafter, Carmen joined PBA as a full-time electrical engineer.

When asked what Carmen loved about engineering, here's what she had to say.

DiCicco: "I love the math and problem solving involved in engineering."

PBA: "What do you find most challenging about engineering?"

DiCicco: "The most challenging thing about engineering is the problem solving but sometimes that is also the most rewarding part."

PBA: "What advice do you wish to give those considering a career in Engineering?"

DiCicco: "The best thing you can do is ask questions and learn from others."

For more information about Engineers Week 2022 go to: https://www.nspe.org/resources/partners-and-state-societies/national-engineers-week and to learn about DiscoverE Engineers Week programs go to: http://discovere.org/our-programs/engineers-week

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