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Megan McIntosh


“Going into my first rotation, I truly did not know anything about controls engineering or how it would relate to my major, chemical engineering. By the end of my first rotation, I had learned how to program PLCs, how the intricate design of a control system brought an entire process to life as well as how it kept the operators and product safe. Besides the technical education I obtained, I was able to work with a team of experienced engineers as well as other co-ops on real client facing projects. This experience taught me how crucial it was for clear communication and organization of information and schedules. What I loved most about my experience as a co-op is that it was real work and real engineering experience. I got to see projects through and implement them on client sites and see my finished product in action.”

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