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Ann spent her time working and training with BYU's very own Emergency Medical Training team. Through this experience, she has found her future career!
Chase Abel interned at CES Security Operations Center where he put the concepts that were taught in his classes to use in a real company. Despite being an intern, he was trusted with a lot of responsibility and felt invaluable to the company.
Garett Cook spent his time as an intern with our very own Office of Information Technology. He was one of the awesome team members that helps keep us all functioning and sane here on campus when it comes to technical difficulties.
Parker Bronson interned at Obeo Inc. and had a great experience utilizing his skills. Read about his "full-stack development experience" here!
Brock Johnson worked for Daikin North America, a company that manufactures HVAC units. As an engineer, his team was responsible for one small part of the finished product. While it may be small, it is crucial!
Damon Williams is a manufacturing engineering major who gained invaluable experience at Innovative FlexPak. Read more about his time helping the company through their growth period!
Emily Grimsman worked at The Center for Change-- truly making a difference in girls' lives. Read more about what she learned and accomplished during this experience!
Daniel Heckathorn interned with The Heritage Company, an academy for neurodiverse adolescents. Read more about his internship here!
Heather Walker worked in Washington D.C. as part of the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division team. Read how she put her political science knowledge to the test.