If you’re interested in Engineering Management, following relevant Facebook pages and connecting with others who share your passion is a great way to stay in-the-know with industry news and job opportunities.
Here are 4 Facebook pages that you should consider following if you’re an Engineering Management student:
1. Interesting Engineering
With over 10 million followers, Interesting Engineering is one of the world’s most popular Facebook groups among the global engineering community.
The main aim of the group is to connect like-minded engineers from around the globe. The community was founded in 2011 and invites members to share new ideas, thoughts, projects, technologies and breakthroughs in the world of engineering.
Designed for lovers of engineering, technology and science, Interesting Engineering also aims to transform the way people think about engineering and technology in today’s world and into the future.
This is the official Facebook page of engineering.com – a leading online resource for engineers to keep up-to-date with the latest innovations and solutions in engineering, enhance their skills, and connect with like-minded engineers to help solve problems.
With over 1 million followers, Engineering.com’s Facebook page is a place for the global engineering community to come together to share stories, solve problems and stay up-to-date with the latest from the world of engineering.
You can follow Engineering.com on Facebook.
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3. Mechanical Engineering World
Mechanical Engineering World has over 2 million Facebook followers and aims to be a comprehensive source of information for anyone interested in mechanical engineering.
As a follower, you can access a range of content shared by both aspiring and professional engineers from around the world. You can also be part of a global community that shares a passion for all things engineering.
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4. The Future is Now
Established by media company mic.com, The Future is Now shares some of the latest science, technology and health stories from around the globe with the aim of showcasing the achievements moving us forward in today’s world.
You can join its almost 1 million followers worldwide and find inspiration for new projects and connect with a global community of engineers equally curious about what the future holds.
You can follow The Future is Now on Facebook.