June 20, 2013
Today’s post is written by industrial engineering student, Ethan Salsbury. Ethan is sharing the perks that came along with his co-op at Entrotech.Read More
"During the winter of 2012, I experienced my first co-op as an Industrial Engineer. Fortunately for me, it turned out to be a great experience because I learned a lot, met some great people, and had fun about every day. Despite these features, which made it a great place for my first co-op, the things I will remember most about my time at Entrotech were the perks that I got to enjoy on a daily basis. The first: it was a great atmosphere to work as everything was clean, comfortable, and modern. The facility included a small workout area, spacious break rooms, and a couple flat screen TVs. Every morning I would be able to come in before eight o’clock, watch a little SportsCenter while brewing …
June 10, 2013
Today’s post is written by chemical engineering student, Kyle McLaughlin. Kyle was selected by ECS as runner-up of the 2013 OSU College of Engineering Cool Co-op Award!
"For the past year I co-oped with General Motors at the Corvette Assembly Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. I had the coolest co-op in the country because of the great projects I was able to work on in the paint shop. I worked almost exclusively on the launch of the 2014 Corvette C7. I was sworn to absolute secrecy and product security was always a top priority. There were certain areas of the plant where I was escorted through a key card access door to sign it with the security officer before working on my assignments. The car was unveiled on January 13th and there are still many aspects of my work that I cannot discuss publicly or privately … Read More