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1 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Aggie Co-op Students

2 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Addis Elliot B.S., Computer Engineering Co-op Employer: ADTRAN Inc. “I would recommend this employer to other potential co-op students as the program they have in place is well structured for anyone wanting to test the engineering environment waters a bit and get a firm grasp on the aspect of engineering they want to pursue. The people are friendly and the work environment is comfortable.”

3 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Baljinder Singh B.S., Mechanical Engineering Co-op Employer: Toyota “Some of the projects I worked on were noise reduction and improving safety in stamping. There was a lot of CAD (Computer Aided Drafting) work.”

4 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Ben Brandon B.S., Industrial Engineering Co-op Employer: Toyota “I worked on a cost reduction project for our North American unique models as well as a routing assignment” Add Picture Here

5 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Brandon Murphy B.S., Computer Engineering Co-op Employer: NASA KSC “ ” Add Picture Here Operating a terminal in the Firing Room (Launch Control Room for all rocket launches) Shuttle “Endeavour” before it’s final flight to it’s resting place in California.

6 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Brent Handshaw Co-op Employer: BMW Manufactoring Co., LLC “I was involved with the KNx program. Within the KNx program, I was responsible for the KNS and KNT projects. The KNS project includes series level vehicles at the start of production. I was responsible for identifying production quality and reliability issues at the earliest opportunity. Working with specialist, I help insure the issues reported get entered into a problem management process with all the pre analysis necessary to add in corrective actions to solve issues.” Add Picture Here

7 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Ciara King B.S., Electrical Engineering Co-op Employer: Southern Company “Aggie Pride!” Add Picture Here

8 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University David Thomas B.S., Mechanical Engineering Co-op Employer: Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Add Picture Here Standing Beside the green tire trucks before they are cured.

9 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Janessa Benn B.S., Civil Engineering Co-op Employer: Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing of North America “ ” Add Picture Here

10 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Robert “Christian” Ford B.S., Electrical Engineering Co-op Employer: ADTRAN, Inc. Operating a Multimeter to perform power analysis design verification tests on an ADTRAN circuit board.

11 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Tariq Walker Co-op Employer: US Army Corps of Engineers “I provided assistance by updating P2 schedules and resources, assisting with design review meeting and assisting with the preparation of ABG75 actions. I also prepared the bid schedule for the Pathology Facility Renovation project in Tbilisi, Georgia and assisted in preparing an ABG3 modification and backup document for the highly controversial $39 Million CHPPM project at Landstuhl, Germany.” Add Picture Here

12 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Danitza DeVaughn B.S. Electronics Tech., Information Tech Co-op Employer: Cisco “I love working here!”

13 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University Darius Hall Jr. B.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering Co-op Employer: P. Lorillard Tobacco Inc. “Throughout my co-op I learned a tremendous amount of things that I feel will be of contribute to my success. Hands-on training is always better than classroom training. Overall it was a great experience and I strongly recommend it to anybody who is interested in pursuing a co-op.”

14 North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University David Thomas B.S. Mechanical Engineering Co-op Employer: Toyota “ ” Add Picture Here

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