Career Development

Career Development
Posted on 01/31/2023
career development


February 9 -

  • 1st hour Automobile Information Technology: Ford – IT / Global Data Team – Product Manager and Agile Coach. 25+ Years in Automotive IT. The systems that have been the most fun are real-time, interactive with customers, making their lives easier and more rewarding!
  • 3rd hour - IT Software Solutions ArchitectA software solution architect is an advanced solution architectural professional that works in the information technology (IT) industry. Their primary goal is to create solutions for business problems using information technology

February 10 -


  • 9:30 am - MAT2 (Michigan Advanced Technician Training). This 1/2 hour program will focus on an apprenticeship program where students alternate between classroom instruction and on-the-job training, gaining the necessary hands-on skills and real-world experiences for them to become a successful and productive member of the skilled workforce. Recommended for 11th & 12th grades.


Look for more information soon!



Tips from Engineering Professionals:


  • During college - create a Linkedin Account. Make sure you have a professional email account. You could do this in high school, but would be better in college. Good place to network and find employment.
  • Resumes - keep to one page until you have 3-5 years of work experience.
  • Job Search - Follow up with email and/or phone calls! Do not wait for the employer to make the next move.
  • Internships/Co-ops - Start to apply after winter break your Freshman Year in college. Look for lesser known companies! (not just GM, Ford, etc...). Many openings go unfilled due to lack of applicants.
  • Networking: Keep a list of contacts that you make along the way and where you met them. They can be used in the future for advice and employment!