We are committed to growing young professionals in their careers and interests. This is why we are launching a series of Tech Talks! To kick off the series, we will have two of Carrier’s Engineering leaders speak on Sustainability in the Digital and Engineering Field.
Please join Carrier as we launch the first of a series of Tech Talks! Join us on February 17th from 5-6pm Eastern Time virtually via Zoom. RSVP HERE! Handshake account is not required. This Tech Talk is on Sustainability in the Digital and Engineering Field. Joining us will be Carrier leaders, Clint Lowe and Matthew Patterson.
Speaking at This Event
Associate Director of Engineering
Clint Lowe is Associate Director of Engineering for Residential and Light Commercial Systems (RLCS) based in Indianapolis, IN. Since 2016, Clint has served as a Product Development Manager within the Residential HVAC business unit and Senior engineering Manager for Carrier. Prior to joining Carrier, Clint served in the US Armed Forces for 14 years.
Senior Manager for Advanced Materials Engineering
Patterson is Senior Manager for Advanced Materials Engineering, part of Carrier Central Research and Development, based in Syracuse, NY. Matthew leads a global team of materials, structures and chemical engineers, focusing on development and implementation of innovative materials into products through-out Carrier’s portfolio of products. Prior to joining Carrier in 2011, Matthew worked at United Technologies Aerospace.
Don’t forget to RSVP! We look forward to seeing you there!
Interested in starting the application for the Deloitte Consulting Case Competition prior to the workshop? Please see the application details below.
There are two tracks that students can compete on for this competition:
Freshman/Sophomore: compete in a case competition with potential to advance to the Deloitte Consulting National Undergraduate Case Competition
Junior/Senior: compete in the Purdue case competition only
Applications are accepted for individuals and teams of up to 4 members – all members should be part of the same track. The qualifications to compete are as follows:
Freshman/Sophomore or Junior/Senior students standing in any program/major
3.3 GPA minimum is preferred
Students must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
To apply for the competition, please submit an online application here for the Freshman/Sophomore track or here for the Junior/Senior track by Wednesday, January 27th. (Note: If you are applying as an individual participant rather than part of a team, please write “N/A” for “team name”. Individuals will be matched with a team, if possible.)
Each team of students should designate one captain to email Karthik Maiya (email@example.com) with the below requested material:
Resume of each team member
Competition Track: Freshman/Sophomore or Junior/Senior
100 words or less answers to the following questions:
How will your team benefit from participating in this case competition?
How will your team collaborate throughout this competition to achieve success?
An essay response to the below prompt (200 words max):
Prompt: An enhanced customer experience has become the largest priority for many companies to attract consumers to their brick & mortar locations, especially in the retail industry. From self-service to personalization to just-in-time delivery, retailers have more pressure than ever to continue to rapidly innovate and transform their business to develop exceptional service. One way that retailers can innovate is through collaboration with innovation partners and other brands to help extend their reach and exposure, while introducing new ideas and tactics to their business.
Question: As a consumer in the retail industry, describe an example of an innovation in collaboration (internally or across companies) that has delivered an elevated customer experience. i.e. Starbucks and Spotify
The top teams will be notified by Wednesday, February 3nd, and each team member will be asked to register for the competition.
Consumers Energy Informational Session – Natural Gas Engineering Internship Opportunities
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021
Time: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. (EST)
Join Consumers Energy engineers for an after-hours virtual event exploring an essential industry with a dynamic future in clean energy. This event will provide an overview of Consumers Energy and our natural gas systems, as well as the Engineering Internship opportunities we have available for Summer 2021. Register for the event here by 1/18. Natural Gas Engineering Internship opportunities are open to all applicable engineering disciplines, commonly: Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Industrial, Environmental, Materials Science.
Bain & Company is excited to kick off the 13th annual Building Entrepreneurial Leaders (BEL) program.
The BEL program is focused on giving top undergraduate sophomore (2nd year) students of Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx and American Indian descent the opportunity to strengthen their business and leadership skill set while gaining exposure to Bain & Company, one of the world’s top tier strategy consulting firms.
The BEL application will be available from January 11th to February 28th. To learn more about the BEL program, we encourage freshman and sophomore students to attend a virtual informational event: