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Sundyne

Mechanical Engineering Intern

April - October 2019 • Arvada, CO

What I liked

I learned alot about how to engineer to industry standards and safety of pressurized systems.

What I wish was different

Hard to find training and support .

Advice

If you can demonstrate your ability to learn quickly and apply some of your technical background from school, there are a lot of opportunities within the company.
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Enterprise Planning Intern/Mechanical Engineer

May 2019 • Arvada, CO

What I liked

The culture there was great, everyone was happy to help and very friendly. There was no delay in getting me access to needed resources, and I was always challenged, but never overwhelmed. We had clear and defined deliverables for the internship and I received plenty of freedom to improve and run my own projects and goals. Overall, it was a great experience.

What I wish was different

I wish I had, had more time, and that I had known some of the software and tools I used throughout my internship better. I am now taking many more classes to make sure I am more than prepared, because I can offer a lot more now knowing some of these skills that would have been invaluable going into the internship.

Advice

Gain as much knowledge as you can in other areas other than your degree. While I had wished I knew a bit more about Microsoft Project, and the Power Web App, there are some other aspects of my knowledge that really helped. I knew so much about engineering, business, lean production, and Excel from other classes and my time with Boeing/Jeppesen, it really helped me to do a great job, and get an offer to stay on longer to help the company even more. Above all, stay hungry, never shy away from a challenge, but also know your limits, push them, but know when to ask for help. Balance being hungry and knowing your limits, and you will go places.
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