Sophie interned with us for the first time this summer. She was able to work with various pieces of equipment and learned the importance of prototyping in engineering. Sophie developed and prototyped custom fixtures, learned about the design process and developed components for a medical diagnostics instrument. She is back at West Virginia University to complete her Mechanical Engineering degree.
We are impressed with the talent, work ethic, and willingness to learn that our interns brought to RPM Tech this summer, and we hope they enjoyed being here as much as we enjoyed having them. Our internship program is just one way that RPM Tech promotes growth and provides opportunity in our community. Thank you Josh, Katie and Sophie!