I have really liked seeing a real-life setting where the principles that we learn about in class are used practically. I have also enjoyed the projects I've been able to work on like optimizing different processes within the plant. Seeing my work make a difference in this company is very rewarding. Also, the variety of projects that Unilever has given me to work on has allowed me to learn about more disciplines than I would in a classroom. However, that is something that I would say I dislike about the process engineering position: I'm dealing with different things that I'm not super interested in because a process engineer does deal with more than just strictly chemistry or theoretical calculations, but this HAS shown me what I will be interested in pursuing in the future as well.