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As a food engineer intern, I worked with marketing executives from different companies.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Former Shrewsbury resident Michael Eichorn and his wife, Shannon, were each presented with their Engineer Intern Certificates at a Statehouse ceremony hosted by the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors and the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers.
an engineering, geomatics and planning firm with offices throughout the South, announces that Nichole Cooke, EI, has joined the company's Daytona Beach office as an engineer intern.
Google has doubled its number of female engineer interns.
Bradley Peterson and Travis Tolley have been hired as civil engineer interns.
Chuck Haak's history with Brach's goes back to 1980 when he started out as an Industrial Engineer Intern with the then E.
For example, PEI membership is limited to ASAE members who are licensed professional engineers and ASAE members who hold an engineer intern classification provided the classification has been in existence for less than 10 years.
Rene Olivo began his career with Rudolph and Sletten as a Project Engineer intern working with both Kevin Fettig and Robert Stokes on the Advanced Cardiovascular Project in Temecula.