Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at AT&T Inc., on Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Great question and congrats on your pending graduation! With such a specific degree focus you may need to dig a little more, but the awesome news is there are some easy places to start. The fastest is going to be your standard internet search. When I type in "Computational Fluid Dynamics jobs" there's no shortage of results, and even job sites dedicated to careers in those fields. Next, check with your Career Services center and find out what they know. Career Services is approached all the time by companies looking to get their jobs in front of students, and not to mention they're there to help students with career information. You may find your school has more connections in this field than you realized. Lastly - network, network, network. Attend career fairs hosted by your school, talk to professors, and seek out peers and mentors on social sites like LinkedIn to find out what they know. Most likely, you'll find several good leads that will help you identify the players in that space and you'll expand your professional network at the same time. Who knows? You might bump into just the right person that knows of the perfect entry-level opportunity. All the best in your search!