A mechanical engineer interested in biotech, Eric decided to pursue his internship hunt at our Bio-Tech Connect Industry Networking Fair, where he met the CEO of startup company Protein Fluidics. He followed through and was hired as a System Design Intern with the product development team, developing microfluidic technology to automate Elisa assays.
“I have learned so much this summer about design and manufacturing and gotten to work with some great people! Thanks to Bio-Tech Connect, I had the valuable opportunity to network with industry professionals and jumpstart my career.”
With the strong support of local industry and our own alumni, the Bio-Tech Connect “Not A Career Fair” event helps students and industry engage informally and make valuable connections.