Meet the Mastercam Summer Interns – Part 4 of 4

We are delighted to welcome a total of thirteen interns this summer to work in departments including software engineering, facilities, corporate training, post processing, applications engineering, marketing, creative services, sales, technical services, and human resources. In this post, we’ll introduce you to three of these students who will be joining us to shape the future of manufacturing and gain valuable professional experience.

Please take a few minutes to get to know this talented group of Mastercam summer interns!

Danielle Garnelis
Department: Technical Services
School: UConn
Major: Management/Engineering for Manufacturing

I always knew I wanted to be an engineer, but I decided to take a major that added business as well, in order to challenge me. I am enjoying experiencing how manufacturing runs on both the business and technical end of things.

After graduation, I hope to maintain a stable job and have a career in sales engineering, so I can combine my business and engineering skills.

I do not have experience using Mastercam. During my internship, I hope to learn everything I can about the company, Mastercam, and the dynamics. I hope to extend my knowledge of manufacturing and improve my team building skills.

Devin Rentler
Department: Facilities
School: Rockville High School
Major: Undecided

I just graduated from Rockville High School this year. I am still unsure of what I want to do for the rest of my life. I am considering a career as a mortician. My goals as an intern with CNC Software this summer are to become more knowledgeable and make some money for college.

I do not have experience using Mastercam, but I learned of the internship opportunity through a long-time employee that works there. I plan to go to Manchester Community College for general studies then transferring from there.

Loïc Santschi
Department: Software Engineering
School: École des métiers techniques
Major: Federal VET Diploma in Computer Science

I have always been a fan of video games, and I always wanted to create some. I chose a degree program in computer science to learn to code. After graduation, I really want to find a job as a programmer but more specifically a video game programmer.

This is my first internship at CNC Software, and I do not have prior experience using Mastercam. I have two goals for my internship in the Switzerland office. The first one being to be better in coding and learn new things about coding. The second is to improve my English skills.

Zachary Weiss
Department: Software Engineering
School: Northeastern University
Major: Computer Science

Really, the modality of computer science influenced my decision to pursue it as my major. There is so much you can do with it. The whole point of the field is that you are not limited at all.

My dream profession would be to own my own software company. I love automation and making lives easier through well-designed technologies. Once I graduate, I would just love to work at a company I am passionate about.

I do not have experience using Mastercam. This summer at CNC Software, I am looking to gain the experience of working on a team on an actual product. Another goal is to have as much of my work be in released code as possible. I would love to be able to point to a feature and say that I wrote that.

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