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Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Hamilton Sundstrand Worldwide Repair; Windsor Locks, CT
Support the engineers responsible for the Boeing 787 component introduction to repair processes
My responsibilities did not change over time.
Over all I would rate my placement as very good and I would recommend this site to other students. I was working with engineers with 20+ years of experience and this gave me a true feeling of what I was looking for in a permanent job.
My advice to students pursuing a field experience placement would be to use all of the connections available to get into a company. If you can get to the managers directly, you may be able to get a position not available through the normal application process. Do not be afraid to put in extra hours.