Pros: learning autocad 3d, working in a multicultural environment
Cons: unnecessary stress environment
-A typical day at work consisted of me showing up between classes or during summer, 7:00am. I would start my day by looking at weekly projects and create packing lists/hardware packing lists per project. Once the packing lists were created I would put together project manuals for that project. Once manuals were packed I would talked to my supervisor and see what jobs they would like me to do. Occassionally it dealt with performing quality control, doing bin redesign, and creating shop drawings and submitting them down to our manufacturing group.
-I learned how to use AutoCAD 3D, create packing lists, work in an engineering environment, and work with international people.
-Management was professional but made environment rather stressful when not needed.
-Co-workers were great people. They were a lot of fun to work with. Most of them were of different cultures so that was a new experience but well worth it.
-The hardest part of the job was juggling school and work.
-The most enjoyable part of the job was creating and drawing parts then watching them being built down in our manufacturing company.