maybe look into a good internship?
I worked an internship this summer and am continuing to work part time for the company while I finish this last semester.
So you don't think you should have to start out in a lowly entry level position like everyone else?
I have no problem starting at an lower entry position. The difficulty is finding an entry position in the field
One problem with graduating in Biomedical Engineering is that it is still pretty broad and some of the fields I would like to work in want a PhD. I am finishing my master's.
I worked with nanotechnology in my internship this summer, so I would be interested in that field or R&D at an orthopedic company.