I jut passed the Solidworks Certification test and got a certification in Mechanical Design. I was wondering if i could get like a summer job, or some small job paying a decent amount so i can save up for college with this Certification?
Yeah probably its depend on what's worked to be done
Hello Joaquin Gómez,
you can try in some companies they are doing like legacy conversion means they are updated models & drawings done with handmade or in AutoCAD. You might have more chances there with Solidworks Certification.
The certification tests are not universally recognized standard tests (like college board, BAR legal exams, etc). You will find companies hiring SW-knowledgeable people that may not have any idea that the tests exist. Hopefully, if the companies know about the tests, it will give some extra credit to hire someone with the certification vs someone without it. However there is no requirement to do so. Also, there are many other factors to determine an applicant's suitability with a prospective employer.
I have always regarded the taking/passing of the certification tests to be much more important as a voluntary, personal achievement. If passing them gives you a good sense of pride, it will likely show up in the abilities you present when talking with a prospective employer or taking their aptitude tests.
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