Pugs, Petri Dishes, and Ice Cream Cakes: My Summer 2015

Bethany Bethany, Biomedical, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

This summer I spent some time back at home, went on some trips, scooped some ice cream, and ended back at SC working in a biomedical lab. After classes were over, I went back home to Fresno (FresYes), California. Fresno is located directly in the middle of California’s Central Valley. If Fresno were a movie, it would be a cross …

Dare Mighty Things: My Summer Internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

Michelle Electrical, Internship, Michelle, Viterbi Summer, Work 0 Comments

Hi everyone! Hope your summers have been going well! My summer has been pretty eventful, and it’s only going to get even busier! As soon as I finished my freshman year, I got to go home to relax and recharge for a month. From there, I headed straight back to SoCal to begin my summer internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory! JPL …

Summer, Singapore, and Flying the Friendly Skies!

Naish Aerospace and Mechanical, Internship, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

Greetings from Singapore! Just yesterday night, a business colleague and I landed at the Changi International Airport after completing delivery of a brand new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, Scoot Airline’s newest addition to their fleet! This summer has been packed with activities so far, and my internship as an Aerodynamics Engineer at The Boeing Company has been at the forefront of …

Bridges, BART, and the Bay Area: My Summer in San Francisco

juliana-2016 Internship, Juliana, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

Hey everyone! I hope you’re all having wonderful summers! Mine has been fantastic – easily one of my favorite summers to date. This blog is meant to be a mid-summer update: I’ll tell you what I’ve been up to so far this summer, and then what’s coming up the rest of the summer. I started my summer by volunteering at …

Grow Your Own Way… My Summer Consulting Internship with PwC (and more!)

Jordan-2016 Internship, Jordan, Viterbi Summer, Work 0 Comments

Hi guys, This week I wanted to update you about what I’ve been up to this summer.. For the last two weeks of May I went to Beijing with the iPodia program and now I am currently working for PricewaterhouseCoopers! China was absolutely incredible and it was great getting to see the iPodia students who we’ve been working with throughout …

If I Told You, I’d Have To Kill You: My Summer Internship at Northrop Grumman

Alex-2016 Alex, Internship, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

If I told you everything about my summer internship at Northrop Grumman Corporation, I’d have to kill you. But let’s start with the basics. Northrop Grumman Corporation is the fifth largest aerospace and defense contractor in the world and has four business sectors: aerospace systems, electronic systems, information systems, and technical systems. As an astronautical engineering major, I believe aerospace …

Building in Wisconsin: My Summer Construction Internship!

molly-2016 Civil and Environmental, Internship, Molly 0 Comments

Today marks the last day of an amazing two months interning at MSI General Corporation, a design/build general construction contractor in Southeast Wisconsin.  It’s been an amazing experience, and it went by way too fast! In the past few weeks, I’ve gotten to visit different construction sites that we’ve worked on, seeing projects from the beginning stages up until their …

Chevron Round 2

Hannah Hannah, Internship, Uncategorized 0 Comments

Missed the last chevron experience? Check it out here. Or keep reading! Back for another summer in Bakersfield California at Chevron as a Reservoir Engineer, I have so much to share.  Reservoir Engineering is a branch of petroleum engineering that analyzes drainage problems during developing, expanding, and producing oil or gas from a reservoir.  The goal is to maximize efficiency …

Summer Internship with Aera

Sophie Chemical, Internship, Sophie, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

This summer I’ll be working for Aera Energy in Bakersfield, CA! Aera Energy is an upstream oil and gas producer, which means it finds oil fields, plans how to effectively produce from the field, drill the wells, and the sells the crude oil and natural gas to other companies. It was last semester in October that I was offered the internship, and I …

Looking Back on Spring Semester and Forward to Summer!

molly-2016 Civil and Environmental, Molly, Viterbi Life, Viterbi Summer 0 Comments

Somehow I’m already finishing my spring semester of junior year (even though I swear it just began)! It’s been an amazing semester and I’m sad to see it end, but I’m also incredibly excited for the start of the summer. This semester I got to take 5 upper level civil and environmental engineering classes, which was an awesome new experience. I got to …

Moving out: Resources

Hannah Hannah 0 Comments

With the last week of classes just around the corner and the thought of finals looming ahead, stress levels are starting rise as students not only rush to study but figure out their plans to move out.  While it may seem like there’s a lot on our plate, each task is more than manageable–especially if we know of the right resources available. If …