WHAT WE DO
Dersch Design & Engineering assisted the Society of American Military Engineers in planning the 2019 Camp Pendleton Day Transitioning Military to Careers event (TMTC). This event was organized to help troops transitioning out of the military explore careers in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry. Troops were able to have their resumes reviewed by industry professionals in advance of the event and during the event were able to meet with hiring managers actively filling positions nationwide.
Dersch Design believes in giving back to the community. Team members take turns heading to downtown San Diego to help with meal service at the San Diego Rescue Mission. Dersch Design is committed to being on the front lines of changing the state of homelessness in San Diego by being a monthly giving partner.
Dersch Design & Engineering’s Brian Dersch presented
Troops to Engineers Hands-on Resume Writing Workshop
"Thank you again for conducting a resume writing workshop for our Troops. Your hands-on feedback was valuable to our students and we sincerely appreciate your time. As discussed, if any participating students are interested in having a second-look of their resumes, I will send them your way."
Troops to Engineers Program Coordinator
Joan and Art Barron Veterans Center
San Diego State University
LUNCH-N-LEARN SOLAR PRESENTATIONS
Dersch Design provides a complimentary Lunch-N-Learn solar presentation specifically designed for architects. In 2017 the firm presented to eight firms. Click here to download the presentation brochure. Dersch Design & Engineering is committed to giving back to the community -- especially when it comes to educating individuals on careers in electrical engineering, as well as the benefits of renewable energy.
For more information or to schedule a Lunch-N-Learn or Lecture for your firm or organization, email email@example.com or call (858) 768-0867.
Dersch Design & Engineering presented “Consulting Engineering & The Built Environment” to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s Power and Energy Society (PES).
The hour-long lecture gave faculty and students an understanding of a career in the electrical consulting engineering industry.
The presentation covered:
What is Consulting Engineering
The Professional Engineer (PE) License
The Built Environment: Buildings, Solar Farms, and Microgrids
How to Become a Consulting Engineer: Important Skillsets and Companies
Difference Between an Electrical Engineer and an Electrical Contractor