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A total of 127 students have participated in an internship/coop within the School of Computer Science, Summer 2010 - Fall 2011. · 57 employer internship.

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3 A total of 127 students have participated in an internship/coop within the School of Computer Science, Summer Fall · 57 employer internship placement sites since summer 2010 Some of the placement sites include: - Flagler County Clerk of the Courts - Volusia Council of Governments - Florida Department of Transportation - International Speedway Corp. - Center for Business Excellence - Florida Hospital Flagler - Florida Hospital Ormond - Florida Hospital Orange City - Halifax Medical Center - Southeast Volusia Chamber - City of New Smyrna Beach - Orthopedic Clinic of Daytona Beach - City of Daytona - Palm Coast Data - Bright House Networks - KVAR Energy Savings - MBA Marketing - Posimotion - Flight Safety International - Infini Sys Electronic Architects - Best Buy - Pevonia International - Florida District 7 State Attorney’s Office - City of Deltona - Sparton Defense and Security - Frontier Communications - City of Port Orange - DME Holdings - Convergys

4 Daniel Cancel -Media Tech Electronic Engineering Technology Student Intern

5 Daniel Rawdon Florida Hospital Ormond Beach

6 Derek Lucchese Network Services Technology Derek is all smiles just hired by Florida Hospital Memorial Division as a PC In User Computer Specialist Fall 2011 – Student Intern Michael LaCombe Network Services Technology Michael, completed internship, Florida Hospital – Orange City – Summer Just offered position with Sparton Defense and Security as a PC Support Technician

7 Michelle Benitez- Intern – City of Deltona IT Department

8 Student Interns Christopher Kocher- Intern International Speedway Corporation Miriah Quinn- City of Daytona

9 Interns IT Intern - Phillip Lawrence Daytona Beach Police Department Keith Carmack Florida Department of Transportation

10 Student Interns Carl Delesdernier William Beam Intern – Wyo-Tech College Carl has been offered IT position with Wyo Tech Starting January 2012

11 Student Interns John Tanner Orthopedic Clinic of Daytona Beach Michael Ray DSC – IT Department

12 Placements Steven Mattera - PosiMotion Cherrelle Herring - DSC Graduate Network Magic Brenda Dorn- Florida Department of Transportation

13 Graduate: Forrest McFaddin - I am a Desktop Support Specialist at Concord Management, a property management corporation. Most of my job is to be apart of a small group that supports over 150 apartment complex offices, as well as the corporate office - Well over 500 computers and laptops, and over 1000 users. The offices are located all throughout Florida, as well as different states such as Georgia, Michigan, and New York. Troubleshooting greatly varies between many hardware to software issues. I've been here since the end of November, 2010 and have felt well established since I've started.

14 Student Testimonial: I was recently hired by Microsoft Corporation as a System Engineer down here in Ft. Lauderdale. Been going through a 3 month training program. They will also be putting us through a boot camp style training to get all the new Certifications. Its going to be a bumpy ride but I'm really enjoying it. Just wanted to share that with you, so tell potential students that DSC credits looks good on a resume. :) Thank you for all your assistance. Nick Donatone

15 Student Testimonial Professor, This is William ( I go by Shawn). I graduated last year from your program with a wide array of degrees and certificates. You can see my picture on the front of my site Early last month, Packt Publishing contacted me and asked me to write a book for them in areas of my expertise. The contract should be here by the end of the week, and I have already finished the first chapter. Even though I am currently taking 15 semester hours and running a business I expect the book to be finished by the end of the year -- five full months ahead of schedule. It will be up to the reviewers and editors at that point. I thought you might want to pass on to the department on what one of the Alumni are doing. Thank you again for allowing me the opportunity to attend classes and to integrate the program materials into my tool set. Sincerely, W. Shawn Wilkersonhttp://www.shawnwilkerson.com/

16 My time through the ATC and BAS program has provided me with a great understanding that there are talented students looking for opportunities to grow in this sluggish economy, I am hoping for your assistance in locating such talent. Should there be opportunities for me to assist the students academic pursuits, I am happy to assist and if there are any ways the College can assist my growing business, I do appreciate the input of ideas. Sincerely, Former Students : My time through the ATC and BAS program has provided me with a great understanding that there are talented students looking for opportunities to grow in this sluggish economy, I am hoping for your assistance in locating such talent. Should there be opportunities for me to assist the students academic pursuits, I am happy to assist and if there are any ways the College can assist my growing business, I do appreciate the input of ideas. Sincerely, Lance Hoskins CEO/Owner Team Logic IT of Flagler Co Hi Cheryl, I just want to say thank you for your help two years ago. You helped me to find a job at Pevonia International LLC. Yesterday, I celebrated my two year anniversary with Pevonia! Bálint Farkas Pevonia International LLC 300 Fentress Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL Ph: x314 Fax: a.comwww.pevoni a.com

17 Student Testimonial – Liliana Durkee CRG Global My name is Liliana Durkee and I graduated from Daytona State College with an Associate Degree in computer programming in May Before I graduated, I was required to do an internship. I did not know what to expect in the process of preparing for this class. Cheryl Miller, our Work Experience Coordinator at DSC, helped me greatly in this process. After several conversations with her I sent my resume to the State Attorney’s Office where I was accepted for the internship. In the few weeks that I worked there, I had the opportunity to experience a solid, well-built program. I also learned how the company that created this program is continuously involved in the process of improving, maintaining and most of all, teaching the user how to use the program at its maximum potential. I came back from this COOP class with a completely different perspective. It was a great experience, which improved my vision of my future job. Upon my graduation a year later, I confronted the job research process within an unfavorable market. After I had sent online applications to all possible companies that I thought could use my skills, I was very disappointed to see that I did not get any response, (not even a negative one.) Help arrived for the second time, from our work experience coordinator Cheryl Miller, after a year of researching online by myself. She informed me of a full time position with an employer in Ormond Beach. After two interviews, I was hired. I have been there for 6 months now, and hope for further advancement within this company. My advice now is to never underestimate our school employees, work coordinators, teachers and advisors. Their help and guidance cannot be underestimated. They exist to help all of us and they are doing a great job. I wish you all good luck and a successful career. Many thanks to Cheryl Miller and last and not least many thanks to my student advisor TK Rock who had a major role in my career as well.

18 Stefano Hoffman Cheryl, Stefano has been an outstanding addition to our Sim Support Group here, with the timeline of his progress exceeding our expectations. Obviously the investment he made in his education and training at DSC is paying off for both Stefano and FlightSafety. DSC is at the top of our list for new-hire candidates for Simtech positions, we will keep you posted on any openings. Vincent A. Guzman Manager, Flight Training Devices Flight Safety International Orlando Learning Center 4105 Bear Road Orlando, FL 32827

19 School of Computer Science Advisory Committee Meeting

20 Graduates: Justin Sorg Florida Department of Transportation Steven Anderson Bright House Networks

21 Student Placements Jonathan Kyer – Best Buy Dane Sargent – Lockheed Martin Former duel-enrolled high school student Completed internship with International Speedway Corp.

22 Glen Huckins - Raydon Corporation DSC Graduate A Robotics and Simulation Technology major, Mr. Huckins was able to attend Daytona State through the National Science Foundation’s S- STEM (Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program. During his studies, he also did an internship with the city of Daytona Beach, which was followed by temporary employment at Halifax Medical Center. He graduated May 2011 with his associate of science and associate of arts degree (high honors) and has secured his first permanent position as a military simulator support technician with Raydon Corp.National Science Foundation’s S- STEM (Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programHalifax Medical CenterRaydon Corp “This is a job that I never thought possible,” he said. “It all has come to fruition with the assistance and backing of the Daytona State College Computer Science Department and their great staff.”

23 Student Interns Six International Computer Information Technology students were placed in Internships Summer 2011 John & Cheryl I just wanted to extend my appreciation in delivering an excellent student intern. We will let you know how things progress over the next few months and will be sure to provide Daytona State College credit at each opportunity. Thanks again Aswin & Robert Owner Exit Realty of Daytona - Internship sites included – Exit Realty, PosiMotion and Daytona State College IT Department International Student - Alfredo Mendonca Exit Realty

24 School of Computer Science Some of Our Current Student & Graduate Job Position Placements  Ceasar Zambrano - Adverticalmedia.Com  Alex Marshall - Teledyne, Inc.  Angel Ignacio - DME Holdings Christopher Radivonyk – City of Port Orange  Dustin Berube - Flagler County Clerk of Courts  Lance Hoskins – Team Logic IT  Dane Sargent- Lockheed Martin  Christopher Kocher – International Speedway Corp.  Farkas Balint - Pervonia International LLC  Jonathan Kyer – Best Buy  George Borchik - Florida Department of Transportation  Steven Mattera – PosiMotion, LLC  Glen Huckins - Raydon Corporation  Jeremy Taylor - MERGE Health Care  Angela Czupta – Innovative Health Applications  Joel Finigan – Frontier Communications  James Combee - Daytona Heart Group  John Peron - Alternate Images  Louis Dambro - Century Link  Christopher Flake – International Speedway Corp.  Edwin Hope – Tel -Tron  Keith Gontz – CitiBank  William Eckenrode – AT&T  MacKeniize Meyer – Work Smart MD  Steven Bradt – Q Public  Duncan Nesbitt - Lockheed Martin  Cornell Johnson – Bright House Networks  Patrick Harding – Vol. Co. Sheriff Dept.  Paul Layer - Palm Coast Data  Rose Dorph -Convergys  Stefano Hoffman - Flight Safety International  Steven Dorries - Network Plus  Susan Signer - Volusia Council of Governments  Arthur F Ahr III - Netapp at the Lake Mary, FL. Convergys location  Tammy Monti - Halifax Health  Fredrick Weston – Ladies Professional Golf Association  Raquel Schnoor – Florida District 7 State Attorney's Office  Cherrelle Herring – Network Magic  Liliana Durkee – CRG Global, Inc.  Jeffrey Rundall – CRG Global, Inc.  Brenda Dorn – Florida Department of Transportation  Nick Donatone - Microsoft Corporation  Jeremy Scherder – InfiniSys Electronic Architects  Michael Walsh - AAA Fence Co.  Michael LaCombe - Sparton Defense Corp.  Derek Lucchese - Florida Hospital Memorial  Nickalas Sparks – Palm Coast Data  Joseph Liberatore – Cruisin’ Concepts


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