(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Lansing, MI (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
Providing unique learning experience at Lansing's only full service electronics manufacturing operation, Lectronix hires three Michigan State University (MSU) students for the summer to assist on innovative engineering and marketing projects.
Lectronix Inc. is pleased to have their new interns join the team. Barbara Lance will be working in the Engineering department while Jordan Stephenson and Danielle Terwilliger will be working in Marketing and Sales.
Barbara is currently a junior and will be graduating with a degree in Computer Engineering in spring 2016. She most looks forward to getting hands on experience from working at an actual engineering company, a prerequisite for her major.
Jordan Stephenson is currently a junior and will be graduating with an Advertising degree in the spring of 2016. Jordan will be working to help implement a Customer Relationship Management system, cold calling and creating leads for Lectronix.
Danielle Terwilliger will be graduating in the winter of 2014 with an Advertising degree. She will be assisting with digital marketing efforts.
"I am learning as much as I can about the industry," Danielle, marketing intern for Lectronix, said. "I want to make an impact to give Lectronix the awareness and credibility they deserve and I'm thankful that they have given me the opportunity to do so."
As a company, Lectronix takes productivity, quality and customer satisfaction seriously. They are excited about their new additions for the summer and the opportunity to enhance their company's productivity.
About Lectronix, Inc.
Founded in 2002, Lectronix Inc. has been a leading supplier of turnkey electronic solutions. Lectronix' commercial truck and public safety products incorporate the latest in safety, telematics, infotainment and navigation technologies on rugged Android platforms. Lectronix also provides contract engineering and manufacturing services tailored to any OEM's electronic needs.