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The Biomedical Engineering department provides an internship to biomedical engineering students in the area.
I have been a member of the student intern team in the Biomedical Engineering department at The University of Toledo since September 2012. I will be graduating with my Associate's degree in May 2012. Prior to enrolling in college, I worked for an electrical company for four years along with spending two summers as a volunteer at the Veteran's Outpatient Medical Clinic in Toledo. After completing college, I hope to gain a position within a hospital setting or working for a manufacturer of hospital equipment.
I am in the final semester of my Biomedical Electronics degree at Owens Community
College. I have been interning here at The University of Toledo Medical Center since
August 2011. I chose this degree field after my former employer closed. I wanted to
choose a field that would allow me to broaden my skill set while making a difference
in the lives of other people. In a small way i feel as though, every machine I have
worked on has in a small way saved someone's life. I am looking forward to graduation
in May and starting on my path to a new career.
I am an intern at The University of Toledo in the Biomedical Engineering department.
My goal after college is to find a job in the biomedical engineering field and provide
for my family. Prior to attending Owens Community College, I served in the United
States Army Reserves. I made the decision to go into the field of Biomedical Engineering
because I'm interested in electronics and I've always wanted to help people in need.
I found that with biomedical engineering, have a career that provides me the opportunity
to have the best of both worlds.
For more information regarding this opportunity, please contact:
Director, Techical Support/Work Center
Facilities & Construction
DOW 80A | Health Science Campus