- published: 12 Dec 2012
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I'm back (finally!) ... with another episode of Engineering 101! This is probably one of the most important subjects that will ever be covered in this series, since it not only goes over the many unspoken rules of playing with other Engies, it covers basic ideal team composition and the modern roles of each individual class! Wow! Learning! If YOU learned something, let me know in the comments! And if you know someone who could benefit from the advice featured in this episode, make sure you show them this video! Download the "I WANT YOU" spray seen in this video! Use it to spread the word of anti-clumped sentries! http://tf2.gamebanana.com/sprays/72898 Special thanks to all my helpers: Mac, Radjor and BenZ. King of Complainers: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEuhsO9YbOvZ-9knROBh8tQ ►...
Mechanical Engineering Technologists who complete a studies focus in manufacturing, are proficient in the specification, implementation, operation, maintenance and supervision of manufacturing systems and personnel. These technologists are prepared to assume the role of decision maker early in their careers in both the traditional and advanced manufacturing sectors. Students in this program utilize the advanced technology resources available through the college's Manufacturing Technology Centre. Students benefit from exposure to these "real-life" industry projects and also acquire valuable work experience through the completion of two co-op work-terms. For more information visit http://www.cna.nl.ca/programs-courses/show-program-details.asp?program=55
Are you looking for an internship or co-op in engineering that allows you to apply the skills you've gained in class as well as hone new ones through meaningful projects? If so, see what Swagelok can offer you! You'll not only learn what it's like to be a Swagelok engineering intern, but what makes Swagelok an even better place to work. More information about internships and co-ops at Swagelok: http://www.swagelok.com/careers.aspx?cid=yt_careers_intern
Western Engineering offers two types of co-op opportunities: the Internship Program and the Summer Engineering Co-op Program (SECOP). The Engineering Internship Program allows students to spend 12 to 16 consecutive months working in a paid engineering position prior to the last year of their Bachelor of Engineering Science (BESc) program. Internship provides a longer work term and more extensive experience, which ensures that students are able to work on advanced projects, seeing them through from beginning to end. The Summer Engineering Co-op Program (SECOP) assists students in finding quality paid engineering work placements for the summer months. The duration of the co-op is four months - from May to August. One summer placement opportunity students can consider is The Transportation...
Hi, my name is Kevin and in this video I will be sharing with you some tips/secrets that I have for students who are looking for internships at companies like Apple, Google, Tesla, Amazon, Microsoft etc. I'm a Mechanical Engineering student so I will be more biased towards Mech jobs but the tips apply to all Engineering disciplines. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Tracklist: Andreas B - Floating, CMA - Tommorow's Another Day *If any producer or label has an issue with any of the uploads please get in contact (email@example.com) with me and I will delete it immediately (this includes artists of the images used).
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Are you a fan of Iron Man? When then 18-year Simon Fraser University Mechatronic Systems Engineering student Sheldan began his Co-operative Education journey, he set out to chose work experiences that would help him build his own Iron Man machine. While things may not have ended up that way, his Co-op work terms with Tesla, Alpha Technologies and SFU taught him to apply all the skills he'd learned at SFU on projects that had global impact.
Learn how RIT's co-op program prepares students for full-time employment. Software Engineering students complete four co-op blocks - 10 weeks of paid employment in their field of interest. In this video, students explain the co-op program, and share first-hand accounts of their experiences at companies like Microsoft, Walt Disney, EA Games and more. This video also includes feedback from employers who have worked with our students, and career statistics for the field (salary, projected growth, etc). http://www.se.rit.edu/ Join our Facebook group: Software Engineering @ RIT