E-Mail Resume

E-Mail Resume :

Dear Ms. Walters,

Thank you for meeting with me following the career panel yesterday at UC Berkeley. I am very interested in the entry-level manufacturing engineering position we discussed. Below is a copy of my resume and I have attached it as well.

I believe my strong mechanical engineering training and work experience in a manufacturing setting make me an ideal candidate. I am available to begin work after January 2, 2013.

I look forward to hearing from your human resources representative and will follow up on your suggestions. Thank you for your time and your referral.

John Chang


John Chang
189 Manor Lane
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
(510) 555-8975


University of California, Berkeley
BS in Mechanical Engineering, December 2012

Honors : Pi Tau Sigma (Mechanical Engineering honor society); Regent’s Scholar


Product Development
Measurement Systems
Advanced 3D Modeling
Fluid Mechanics
Applied Fluids
Heat Transfer
Properties of Materials


Modeled aluminum tubing framework of a DNA machine and provided cost analysis, vendor information, and component and assembly drawings.

Conceptualized and developed a prototype for a device used to prevent the disastrous effects of household gas leaks.


RAYTEK, INC., Fremont, CA, May 2011-present

Manufacturing Engineering Assistant

Performed daily maintenance and troubleshooting of a manufacturing line.

Researched and tested hardware and software scenarios for implementation.

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