ASHLEY COLLINS | SUMMER INTERNSHIP

I am a senior at Lawrence Tech majoring in architectural engineering. This summer I am experiencing my first internship as well as a new city. I am interning at Henderson Engineers in New York City. I first heard about Henderson when they gave a company presentation at school. Their laid back style, casual dress code, and types of projects drew me in. When I’m not working in downtown I like to be a tourist and explore all the things the city has to offer. This summer I was fortunate enough to go to Italy. It is awesome learning about all the buildings and its architecture in the architectural engineering history class, but to see it in person was amazing. Besides vacations, I recommend to the underclassmen to research what companies offer internships, go to career fairs, and talk to Professor Walters about internship opportunities. Experiencing and internship is beneficial because it teaches you more than just basic knowledge to be an engineer. It teaches you how to work on a team, understand all the components that go into a project, and what it will be like to have a full time job in the discipline you chose. Having an internship this summer in the city has given me so many opportunities that I normally would not have the option to do.  For example I was able to see the New Year’s Eve ball in Times Square as well as see an awesome view of Times Square. The picture on the right is of the Florence Cathedral with the famous dome in the background.

DO LIST: Architectural Engineering Camp LTU!

The best way to show you how effective the Architectural Engineering Summer Camp can be is to take you there! Watch this video!
Get an insider look at some of the resources this cutting edge program offers, not only for Lawrence Tech students, but for any aspiring high school-er.
For more information, visit http://www.ltu.edu/engineering/architectural/index.asp

The Detroit Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc Joseph B. Olivieri Scholarship

Submission Requirements

        Completed application form.

An official transcript of high school or college grades from most recently completed term of study and, if applicable, an official transcript of completed coursework from school(s) previously attended.

Letter of recommendation, with contact information, from one collegiate reference who has knowledge of your academic performance and career goals.

Essay response of 1,250 words or less, typed in Times New Roman 12 point font to the following question: How will your future work contribute to maintaining the sustainability of the built environment or the environmental control systems within them? Note: Essay response can be an attached document (electronic or hard copy) from a word processor.

Get the attached forms in the Career | Grants|Scholarship page: http://archengltu.org/career-opps-career-opportunities-lawrence-tech/

Architectural Engineering At Lawrence Technological University

PART I
The Michigan High School Radio Sports Show on 1130 The Fan takes place every Friday during football season. Lawrence Tech is partnered with partners with State Champs and there is also a TV show on channel 50 on Sundays that airs at 12:00 p.m. Listen to this informative interview with Filza Walters regarding the developments and highlights of the Architectural Engineering Program.

PART II
Mike Paciero is a graduate student in the Architectural Engineering program. In this presentation he gives an overview of the interesting evolution of new technologies and their application to building a more energy /solar, sustainable future for the next generation.

Michigan I-Corps@LTU

Michigan I Corps @ LTU

Have a New Product Idea, Innovation , or Business Concept?

Form Your “Innovation Team,” Enroll in Michigan I-Corps@LTU, and begin Your Future Today

  • An LTU mentoring program based on a proven curriculum promoted by the National Science Foundation
  • Intensive real-world, results-oriented 9-week-long Saturday morning workshops held throughout the year
  • Employs the nationally  Business Model Canvas to shape your product and business success
  • Open to innovators, entrepreneurs, companies, and all LTU students, alumni, and faculty
  • All teams matched with industry mentors
  • $1000 cash prize to the best team
Focused Results

Michigan I-Corps@LTU addresses the key factors that enable startup businesses to succeed. You will:

  • Develop a greater understanding of your innovation
  • Find your customers and market/s
  • Discover what it takes to commercialize your innovation and the barriers to adoption
  • Save years and money by developing a structured business model
  • Expand your network

HEADS UP: SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

CLICK THE  “CAREER|GRANTS|SCHOLARSHIP” TO SEE MORE

February 7: AISC  Scholarships for Juniors, Seniors and Master’s level graduate students
                      AISC David B. Ratterman Fast Start Scholarships – Open to students at 2-year and 4-year colleges

February 4th: NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FROM WIRE REINFORCEMENT INSTITUTE
                          GO TO THE “CAREER/GRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS LINK” above to see more!!

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