Josephine Garcia ’20

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Josephine Garcia ’20, an electrical engineering and computer science double major, lands full-time job prior to graduating as a software engineer with Raytheon in their Intelligence, Information, and Services (IIS) division.

Josephine Garcia ’20, an electrical engineering and computer science double major, had the opportunity to work as an engineering intern at Bauer Inc. over the summer of 2019. She specifically worked on redesigning the company's wheel torqueing system to accommodate new hardware. Her main focus was working with the automation and controls group to update the system's software.

During her senior year, she had the opportunity to attend and present at various engineering conferences. It was during one of these conferences she networked with professionals from Raytheon. After traveling for in-person interviews and following up, Josephine accepted a full time position with Raytheon in their Intelligence, Information, and Services (IIS) division before the end of her senior year and will be working as a software engineer starting this summer.

Josephine was heavily involved in the College and gained valuable experience serving as one of the lead team members for the CETA Leadership Society. Through this role, she advised its 20+ members and worked with first-year students. She was also highly involved in many CETA and UHart clubs geared towards her interests.

Congratulations, Josephine!

Working at a smaller company like Bauer was an educational experience because I had the chance to take part in all aspects of a key project with professional engineers. The courses in CETA were a great help since they offered me prior experience in development platforms, such as LabVIEW, in the engineering design process, and in critical thinking that helped me feel confident in producing solutions at my internship.

Josephine Garcia ’20, BSEE/Computer Science