The next time you see Sam, please congratulate him on his new internship with Infilco Degremont. Infilco Degremont is a great company that has hired a number of VCU engineers. Congratulations, Sam. We wish you the best of luck this summer.
Ryan is returning to his third round as an intern with Riverside Research Institute. Apparently, they know a good thing when they see it . . . Ryan interned with them during his summer 2010 break and winter 2010 break as well. Congratulations, Ryan! We wish you continued success in your internship and are so happy to hear of your accomplishment.
Wow! Dan has worked hard and it’s surely paid off for him. He’ll be spending the summer as an intern at Dolby Electronics in San Francisco, California. After his summer internhsip, Dan will pack up and move to New York, where he’ll pursue his graduate degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Congratulations, Dan! We wish you the best of luck!
Please congratulate Alex the next time you see him. He’s landed a very sweet internship with Henkels & McCoy, Inc. Alex, we wish you the best of luck this summer!
You may not have heard of this company but it’s one of the largest privately held engineering firms with 80 offices in the United States. Learn more: http://henkels.com/Pages/default.aspx
Greg will be working as an intern at Newport News Shipbuilding (formerly Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding). He’ll be assigned to the Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical Test Department for the summer. Wishing you the best of luck, Greg!
Do you want to learn more about opportunities at Newport News Shipbuilding? Check out their new careers website here: http://www.huntingtoningalls.com/careers
Crystal will be working this summer as an intern in the Currency Technology Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. This is Crystal’s second engineering-related position while enrolled at VCU Engineering. She recently completed a semester in a co-op position with Micron.
We are so proud of you, Crystal! Wishing you the best of luck!
Learn more about opportunities at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond: http://www.richmondfed.org/about_us/careers/?DCSext.location=eKiosk
Learn more about opportunities at Micron: http://www.micron.com/jobs/
Wow! Ida just accepted a nuclear engineering internship with Dominion. She’ll be working as part of the design team for the nuclear power plant in North Anna. Ida went through a series of interviews to land the job-a couple of phone interviews and then a lunch interview. (Yes, that’s a plug to register for the etiquette dinner!)
Ida, we’re so happy for you and wish you the best this summer!
Check out Dominion: http://www.dom.com/careers/index.jsp