First comes the internship

Students interested in manufacturing careers found there’s no better resume-builder than experience.

So, you’ve decided to pursue a career in manufacturing. You’ve focused your studies, switched programs, perhaps even schools, and are well on your way to embarking on a career to pay off ten-fold.

Have you considered an internship? Manufacturing students who participate in internships or apprenticeship programs boost their chances of landing a job after graduation, many of which become employed at the very company they interned for.

Here are a few young manufacturers whose internships helped propel them towards success.

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Cathryn A. Shaw-Reid, Ph.D. did not find her way to her position as vice president of global drug substance biologics operations at Bristol Myers Squibb by accident. Hailing from Los Angeles, Shaw-Reid spent her time as an undergraduate studying chemical engineering...

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Kaitlyn Mode

Kaitlyn Mode an active freelancer passionate about sharing ideas that matter. Some publications she has penned for include the Hartford Business Journal’s STUFF Made in Connecticut, the CT Green Guide, and the Register Citizen. She also works as International Marketing Manager for World Cargo Alliance where she manages corporate brand identity.

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