Most people go to college and then look for a job. I did the exact opposite. I started an internship at Roush while I was in high school and was mentored by the best. The internship led to a full-time job. I started at Roush working on interesting projects and it hasn’t stopped yet. And I mean hasn’t stopped.
Since then, I’ve worked as a CAD specialist, creating assembly lines for electric vehicles, the Defense industry, performance cars, and even NASCAR. Now, I’m going to college to get my Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering, all while working in a very rewarding career.