Former Rotating Equipment Engineer (Intern) at ExxonMobil Corporation
almost 3 years ago
Majoring in Mechanical Engineering prepared me well to be an intern as a Rotating Equipment Engineering Intern. In my curriculum, hands-on laboratories, which apply theories from courses such as machine design, kinematics of machinery, mechanics of materials and stress analysis (and others) were extremely valuable and applicable to the work done. A Rotating Equipment Engineer can be expected to analyze and design with physical assets related to rotating equipment. Writing lab reports and analyzing relevant data through hands-on application also prepare you well for the expectations of an intern, and provide a solid foundation to approach a steep learning curve.