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Well, I believe he would know who he was since he wrote the original message
under "Re: Looking for information."  But for those of you who can't figure it's the original message

In a message dated 10/6/98 2:45:44 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
mosbacher.d(--nospam--at) writes:

<< Hi,
 I am new to this bulletin board and am hoping this is the correct place 
 to seek information regarding Structural Engineering as a profession.
 At this point in time I have a BS in Industrial Engineering & am looking 
 to change my career path.  I am leaning heavily toward Structural 
 Engineering but do not know what opportunities exist in the Sacramento or 
 Northern California area, outside of the larger cities.
 For starters does anyone know of a resource that I can use to begin 
 researching both job opportunities & exploring career paths?
 I am considering enrolling in the Masters in Civil Engineering with a 
 focus on Structural Engineering at CSUS in Sacramento.  It sounds like a 
 path that would work well with my desire to design & build structures.  
 My eventual goal would be to become a license Structural Engineer.  I 
 understand that this will require me to work under a licensed Structural 
 Engineer for several years and I am not aware of the opportunities to do 
 so in the Sacramento area.
 Well, that is about it for now.
 Any information in this area would greatly be appreciated.
 Thanks in advance for the assistance.
 Dave Mosbacher
 Mfg. Engineer
 Apple Computer >>