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I am a Junior in Civil Engineering. I am going to drop out of college because of low grades this semester and losing financial aid. I do not want to take out loans and risk being in debt the rest of my life. I would rather work and gain some experience before going back to school, but I'm not sure where would be the best place for me to work is.
In your present situation - whatever job will take you. You are no different than someone coming out of high school and not attending college right now - you have no degree, and only marginal amounts of education. If you're looking to remain close to civil engineering, I suggest considering drafting if you have any training, or surveying companies - there are many entry level positions that don't require you to know anything about surveying. Also, consider options like withdrawing rather than dropping out, if the option is still available (it may not be, since it is pretty late in the semester). Talk to your adviser about options, that's what they are there for. I recommend looking at cheaper accredited engineering schools for the future. If you can get back on track with your education, a small amount of debt is not going to hurt you - in fact, it will help build your credit once you get out of school. Learn to live cheaply (practice this now while you're taking a break from school, as you won't have much money), and you can knock out a small amount of loan debt pretty quickly after getting out of school. I graduated with a ton of debt after engineering school, and I live cheaply and work every month to aggressively reduce it. I went out of state to a very good engineering school, and after 5 years (BS and pennsylvania degrees in civil engineering), I had around $75k in loans (my wife, as an in-state student, ended up with only $5k). We bought a house right before the economy crashed, (meaning we paid more than we would have if we'd waited 6 months), and a car (used) a month after graduating (my wife totaled hers and we work too far apart to ride together). With all of that going on, I've paid off more than half of my student loan debt, as well as the car, in 4 years. I did so by paying attention to our money, being patient about big purchases of things I didn't need, and keeping my eyes on the big picture. Anybody can do this, and you're in a good position for it, having accrued no debt and you're already a junior.
If you are considering going back to the engineering field then you should find a job in the industry. For example an associate position or an engineering draftee
Become a welder.