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Personable undergraduate student seeking an internship in the mechanical engineering field.
Analytical young mechanical engineering student with a genuine interest in the field.
Stellar listening, verbal communication and interpersonal skills to gain the trust of key stakeholders.
Proactively identified and resolved problems in real time in order to implement favorable solutions.
Outstanding time management, attention to detail and organizational skills to juggle multiple priorities.
Proficient with Microsoft Office; Adobe Photoshop; Java; MATLAB; and SolidWorks.
Fluent in English, Mandarin (Chinese) and Taiwanese.
Bachelor of Science (BS), Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington Seattle, WA; expected June 2017
Ultrathin Flexible Scopes Research; Sept. 2015-Present
Design and develop phantoms to test the biopsy function of ultrathin flexible scopes.
Robotics Team; Sept. 2014-Present
Help design, build and manufacture a Mars Rover in collaboration with other students.
Profile and construct 3-D models for parts using 3-D model software such as SolidWorks.
Use lathes, mills and other equipment to manufacture parts and assemble rovers.
Participate in the annual University Rover Challenge Competition.
3-D Printing; Sept. 2014-Feb. 2015
Conducted experiments on different materials such as plastic and aluminum.
Learned how to understand material behaviors in order to assemble 3-D printers and solder wires.
Intern, Automotive Repair Shop (Name of Shop) July 2015-Sept. 2015
Worked well independently or as part of a team to repair engines; mechanical and electrical systems; body damage; and worn parts such as brake pads or wheel bearings, including disassembling parts.
Replaced filters, parts and other components as needed and also performed tune-ups, oil and tire changes and checked fluid levels.
Used testing equipment to ensure repairs and maintenance were completed correctly.
Volunteer, Humanistic Education Foundation School July 2014-Sept. 2015
Built camp houses using wood, stones and thatch for a children s summer camp.
Designed a simple, powered car made from rubber bands to the delight of children.
Dear Hiring Manager:
I am currently seeking a challenging opportunity at your organization and am submitting my resume for your review. In advance, thank you for your time and consideration.
As demonstrated in the accompanying resume, I am a personable and analytical young mechanical engineering student with stellar listening, verbal communication and interpersonal skills to gain the trust of key stakeholders. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Washington, which I expect to earn in June 2017.
I have worked on multiple academic engineering projects, proactively identifying and resolving problems in real time in order to implement favorable solutions. For example, I have designed and developed phantoms to test the biopsy function of ultrathin flexible scopes. On the robotics team, I have helped design, build and manufacture a Mars Rover in collaboration with other students. I ve also profiled and constructed 3-D models for parts using 3-D model software such as SolidWorks. Additionally, I ve conducted experiments on different materials such as plastic and aluminum and learned how to understand material behaviors in order to assemble 3-D printers and solder wires. I am proficient with Microsoft Office; Adobe Photoshop; Java; MATLAB; and SolidWorks.
As your employee, you will find me to be a team player committed to exceeding your performance expectations. I have no doubt that I would be a valuable asset to your operations, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.
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