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  • rsvped +1 for Engineers Night Out 2019-04-02 07:45:53 -0500

    Engineers Night Out

    Tulsa Engineering Foundation



    Come network with local engineering professionals and discuss business, innovation, and all things engineering in the Tulsa area.


    This is a great opportunity to establish industry contacts and network in Tulsa’s extensive engineering community!


    April 2019 Engineers' Night Out will be held in the spacious downstairs sidebar of McNellie's with plenty of parking nearby.


    Concrete Services is providing a full buffet of heavy appetizers for your enjoyment. 


    Join us to meet new friends and reacquaint yourself with old friends.


    Please forward to your work colleagues and old college buddies!


    This is our night to relax in an engineer-friendly environment and talk shop or not!


    This event is sponsored by:

    Concrete Services


    The ENO events are always relaxed, inviting and a lot of fun. Make sure you don’t miss it.


    All Engineers and allied professionals are welcome. You do not need to be a society member to attend!
    April 25, 2019 at 5:30pm
    James E. McNellie's Pub
    409 E 1st St
    Tulsa, OK 74120
    United States
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  • commented on DISCUSSIONS 2018-07-21 16:44:54 -0500
    Hello, Everyone.

    I am an electronics/software engineer. I have been away from Tulsa for about a decade, but have now returned home and am looking for employment. Can anyone tell me what companies in Tulsa employ electronics engineers?

    There used to be a job circuit in Tulsa that people would cycle around on every few years. I remember there were a lot of people who had worked at Telex, Lowrance, and Siesmograph Services.

    I just need a list of companies where I could go into HR and submit my resume. I have about 25 years of experience in electronics design and software development. In the past, I have done telecommunications, magnetic storage peripherals, distributed computing, and microprocessors, but am willing to learn whatever domain I can find a job in.

    Thanks, Kirk Shrewsbury


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