I am currently a senior in my undergraduate civil engineering program with goals to pursue a career in the petroleum industry. As of now my plans are to apply to grad school to get a masters in the petroleum engineering. However I have been looking into maybe getting a job in the industry to work for a little bit to try and avoid taking out a loan. The question for me is where to start looking. I've read many articles taking about how companies are basically enlisting engineers of all disciplines to work in the industry. Despite all this talk, almost all the jobs I find are looking for employees for with experience or an actual degree in petro-area related fields. Are there certain words or job titles I can search or does anyone know any oil companies that are specifically looking for civil engineers to work in the industry?