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Johnson Controls

Design Engineering Intern

May 2016 - December 2017 • Wichita, KS

What I liked

Great People to work with

What I wish was different

A proper schedule of how we learn

Advice

Work as if this is a full time and if you lose it you’ll run out of options in life. Basically give it your 100%
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Software Engineering Intern

June - August 2017 • Milpitas, CA

What I liked

Had the opportunity to work on bleeding edge solutions to difficult problems such as autonomous car navigation and deep learning.

What I wish was different

Nothing at all.

Advice

Make connections with your coworkers because they are all famous engineers who are intelligent beyond belief.
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Mechanical HVAC Engineer Intern Technical IV

May 2016 - October 2017 • Wichita, KS

What I liked

I liked the fact that I was able to get hands on experience and knowledge about applications of heat transfer, fluids and Design of HVAC that I had learned in the class room. I was constantly challenged by my employer to push the boundaries when it came to innovation and to speak up if I had an idea to bring to the table. I became part of the team at Johnson Controls and was treated with respect during my time there. I was never looked down on because I was an intern.

What I wish was different

I wish that they would train you a little more before throwing you on bigger projects by yourself. It was quite a learning curve though learning that you didn't just have to rely on yourself to get projects done though. The team was always helpful when they had time.

Advice

Get exposure! I can't say that or emphasize that enough. Exposure is the key to success. Own your projects and don't let someone else take credit for all the work. Ask to get in on meetings with higher level people and network. You may not land the job there, but when it comes time to search for a job, those relationships you form with your co-workers could help you land the job of your dreams due to their connections within most fields of Engineering.
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Product management Intern for residential products

November 2016 • Wichita, KS

What I liked

The work environment is very good. I learned a lot of things from this Internship thst i was never taught in school or in college.

What I wish was different

More involvement of Interns with senior leadership team.

Advice

Do not hesitate to ask senior and experienced engineers and managers if you are confused about something while you are working in a professional environment.
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Product Engineering Intern

May - August 2017 • Milwaukee, WI

What I liked

The program was established and there was structure for students to have mentors throughout the program.

What I wish was different

Nothing.

Advice

Take advantage of every opportunity presented to you. The harder you work, the more opportunities you'll have.
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Engineering intern

June - August 2017 • Providence, RI

What I liked

I liked the freedom to work independently on a real project

What I wish was different

Advice

Reach out and get to know your coworkers. They have great insights and great stories.
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