"We have really enjoyed working with our NTID co-op student. She was highly receptive, intelligent, easy to communicate with, and her work ethics were superior."
Naval Training Center
Civil Engineering Technology
RIT/NTID is a wonderful place to find your fit. You will find success as a student with all of the resources and support that RIT/NTID provides.
Engineering Studies - MECE
Bryan's advice is to stay on top of your academics, but at the same time: ENJOY College!
Mechanical Engineering - MECE-BS
Campus Intern, R&D and Engineer/Technician
Marcus Clark dives into a hands-on experience with Dow, learning a variety of career skills as an engineer, technician, and data analyst among other roles.
Biomedical Engineering - B.S.
Charles Hem learned a lot on his co-op in automation engineering with Merck, Inc.
Engineering Studies - CIMT
Machinist Intern at Tobyhanna Army Depot
Yahya's advice is simple—stay focused on your studies and don’t lose track of your goals!
Turbine Design and Services Engineer
Bradley's advice is to do very well in school, read as much as you can, work on communication and technical writing skills, and stay on top of your assignments.
Engineering Studies - EEEE
Controls Application Engineer
Vincent's advice is to maintain a good work life balance throughout school, time flies when you're in school, so be sure to enjoy it.
Computer Aided Drafting Technology
CAD Intern at US Bureau of Reclamation
Ryan's advice to students is to understand that you may need more time to figure out and understand what you truly want to do for yourself, your career and the future.
Mechanical Engineering Technology
RIT/NTID alumnus Samuel Lum explores stem cell research at John Hopkins University.
Industrial Engineering, Engineering Management - BS/M.Eng.
Supply Chain Intern
Christopher Fenn took advantage of his co-op experience at General Electric to leave his comfort zone and try new things.
Computer Integrated Machining Technology - AOS
On co-op as a machinist at Gleason Works, Connor Fitzgerald used what he learned in his NTID courses to get up and running quickly and was offered and accepted a full-time job.
Electrical Engineering - BS
Lakeishia Brown’s electrical engineering major challenged her to be more motivated and more persistent.
Civil Engineering Technology - BS
Engineering Student Intern
On co-op, Hugo Perez understood the real value of his studies.
Computer numeric control (CNC) operator
Hard work on co-op and in his classes helped land Christopher Robinson a job after graduation.
Computer Aided Drafting Technology - AOS
CAD and GIS Intern
Deborah Brown took her computer aided drafting training to Duke University and brought back valuable experience in the world of work.
Computer Integrated Machining Technology
Instrumentation Engineering Specialist
Machining and measuring work keep Jonathan Cabrera busy and on deadline this summer at GE Aviation.
Mechanical Engineering Technology - BS
Manufacturing Operations Co-op
Douglas Giaccone drew on his design skills and creative thinking while on co-op at UTC Aerospace.
Mechanical Engineering - BS
Alternative energy sources captured Kelly McNabb’s imagination and led her to study the polymer blends associated with fuel cells.
Packaging Science, BS
Packaging Engineer II
The popularity of Jasmine Zambrano Oregel's packaging science major will make it possible for her to work almost anywhere in the world.
Packaging Science - BS
Logistics Control Packaging Specialist
Packaging Science training and co-op experience helped Robin Alummoottil land a job with an internationally known employer.