Kettering students gave back to their communities, earned scholarships and continued to excel in their education in 2017.
Here’s a summary of what our students have accomplished this year:
Chelsea Reeves ‘18 is applying her Industrial Engineering studies to serving her community. She started a co-op at Communities First, Inc., a nonprofit community development corporation in Flint after volunteering there and is now helping to build Flint through economic development and affordable housing. Read more.
Jordan Howell ‘21 was one of 12 students worldwide who received the Milliman Opportunity Scholarship award, which he plans to use to help him become an actuary and return to his home country of Jamaica, where the profession is in demand. Read more.
Yu Wang ‘17 moved from China to Flint because of his desire to study Mechanical Engineering, and has found the car culture of the United States to his liking. Read more.
Sam Daleo ‘17 combined his love for the outdoors with his love of computer engineering at a co-op at Tesla in California. At Tesla, Daleo is part of a team that’s looking out for the future of our planet. Read more.
Making duck bills and cat wheelchairs with a 3D printer, Cierra Haley ‘22 found a special outlet for her interest in design and engineering. The Mechanical Engineering major spent her co-op at C3 Ventures in Flint and discovered a fun environment dedicated to giving back. Read more.
Sam Daleo ‘17 took advantage of Kettering’s study abroad opportunity to live in Germany for three months, an experience that showed him new cultures and new viewpoints. People can work together regardless of differences, he says. Read more.
Jack Miller ‘20 always knew he wanted to be an engineer, and the co-op experience at Kettering University allowed him to get a better understanding of what that really means. Miller was given hands-on experiences throughout his time at Kettering that allowed him to explore his passion. Read…