Three of our Systems Engineering Technology (SET) interns from Calhoun Community College, Anthony Sanders, Kevin Calderon and Collin Langseth, were awarded On the Spot awards from company president David Alan Smith for their excellent MBSE support provided to Boeing and the Missile Defense Agency while working on the GMD System Integration, Test, and Readiness (SITR) contract. Anthony, Kevin and Collin have been recognized by the customer for their professional attitudes, understanding and adaptability to assignments, and high quality of work. Congratulations!
David Alan Smith and Chris Crumbly had a great time at the Calhoun Community College Co-op Appreciation Breakfast where several of our Systems Engineering Technology (SET) interns were recognized along with other Calhoun co-ops and interns. Recent SET graduate and Victory Solutions employee, Linda Myers, also provided her perspective on how her SET degree and internship experience led to a full-time position supporting the Space Launch System (SLS) program at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center. Learn more about the SET program offered at Calhoun Community College and Wallace State Community College - Hanceville starting this fall at:
Congratulations to our interns, Linda Myers, Bryan Haviland, GISP and Jackson Stapleton, who graduated from Calhoun Community College with their associate degree in Systems Engineering Technology (SET) last Friday! SET instructors James Grow and Ron Porter were there to cheer them on. Linda, Bryan and Jackson were part of the first student cohort to graduate with SET degrees providing them with the skills and training to enter the workforce as MBSE systems modelers. #futureisbright #mbse #collegegraduates #victorysolutions
Victory Solutions interns, Linda Myers and Zavier Jackson, were introduced by Calhoun Community College Systems Engineering Technology (SET) instructor, Ron Porter at this month's National Space Club - Huntsville breakfast meeting. Linda and Zavier are both doing their internships as subcontractors to Boeing supporting the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Space Launch System Program. The SET program at Calhoun trains system modelers in the use and application of tools used for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and helps address the growing need in the workforce for these high-demand skills. Calhoun will graduate their first cohort of SET students next month. Learn more about the SET Program at https://lnkd.in/gVX6H2Yj