Do you need to be an apprentice for mechanical engineering?

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Most engineering jobs require at least a 4-year engineering degree. Since much of being an engineer is learned "on the job" it is good to have an internship or co-operative experience while in school, but it is not required for all engineering programs (some colleges do require it). You can get a job without an internship or co-op, but you should plan to "wow" them at your interview! It is always a good idea to get involved with engineering projects outside of the educational program, such as research or an engineering club. This shows employers that you have had some experience in a real working environment.
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Yes.
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