Every summer, Symmons welcomes interns and co-ops across many functions and departments. Learn more about this year's summer interns, their backgrounds, and what they're excited to work on in their time at Symmons.
Nadim Al Droubi is a rising senior at Northeastern university completing a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. For the next six months, he will assist the engineering department as a co-op. His co-op includes working with the manufacturing department to develop and improve Symmons products, as well as new manufacturing strategies to increase production. The greatest challenge Nadim looks forward to is finding ways to reduce waste and increase efficiency in the manufacturing plant.
Brian Belleville has recently completed his bachelor’s degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resources at the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst. As an HR Communications Intern, he has coordinated events, trained Symmons team members on the new registration system, revised the Symmons HR portal for accessible use, presented potential social media options to the leadership team to increase candidate pools and market awareness, and facilitated intern meetings. Brian shadows the HR team to understand our talent management system and source candidates. He looks forward to completing video projects where Symmons team members can showcase why Symmons is truly a phenomenal company to work for.
Kevin Hanney is a rising senior studying Management and Finance at Providence College. He is currently a Marketing intern under the mentorship of Symmons’ Chief Marketing Officer Tom Hubbard. Kevin is working on product pricing along with aspects of digital marketing. Altogether, Kevin looks forward to learning valuable work skills and gain useful marketing experience.
Chiaki Kirby is a rising junior studying Mechanical Engineering at MIT. She is one of the engineering interns working on a variety of projects. As an engineering intern, she is working on product design with Symmons Design Studio™, development of the Symmons' Digital Water Management System, and running mechanical tests to gather information about possible future projects for Symmons to tackle. Chiaki is most looking forward to the challenge of projects in new fields of engineering and learning the product development process from sketching to shipping out products.
Qingmei (May) Wu is a rising junior studying Mechanical Engineering at MIT. She is a Mechanical Engineer Intern in Symmons' engineering department. Her work focuses on custom designs for Design Studio, new product development, and Symmons' Digital Water Management System. May is excited to learn more about product design, start-to-finish manufacturing processes, and to use her skills to design new Symmons products.
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