Thousands of people receive degrees in engineering every year. Ten years later, some of them will still be practicing engineering and designing computer chips, aerospace electronics, or automotive emissions systems. Others, however, will have used their engineering training as a pathway to careers in marketing, product/project management, corporate management, management consulting, engineering consulting, and more. These people have not forsaken engineering. Rather, they have built on their engineering training and experience, embracing related skills and gaining positions that allow them to exert more influence in their organizations, exercise more creativity, or have more choices for professional growth.