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Industry partners seek summer interns during co-op fair

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February 22, 2018
College of Engineering & Science Spring Career and Co-op Fair
More than 30 industry partners lined the High Bay accepting resumes for summer interns across all engineering disciplines.

The Engineering Career and Co-Op Fair allows students to connect with employers about possible co-op and future employment opportunities.

"Students can meet with professionals in their field," said Mary Berlingieri, director of co-op services in the College of Engineering & Science. "They have an opportunity to learn about the services these engineering companies provide and seek advice from professionals on their future engineering careers."

Detroit Mercy's engineering program is the third oldest in the country established in 1911. It is one of a handful of programs across the United States that requires three mandatory co-op placements in order to graduate.

Companies participating in co-op fair included:

  • Aerotek
  • American Bridge
  • Bartech Group
  • Career Communications Group Inc
  • DTE Enrgy
  • Esys Automation
  • FK Engineering Associates
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Hegenscheidt-MFD Corporation
  • Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc.
  • Jacobs
  • JSP Resins
  • Kelly Engineering
  • LINK Engineering
  • Magna International
  • Marquardt Switches, Inc.
  • Mu Sigma
  • Munro & Associates, Inc.
  • ROUSH
  • Sigrid & Associates
  • Tarus Products Inc.
  • Technology Resource Group LLC
  • Testing Engineers & Consultants, Inc.
  • TI Automotive
  • Virtual Services
  • Wade Trim
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