As a first-generation American, Florida Polytechnic University alumna Jamie Blanco '18 is driven to excel in every aspect of her life. It's a motivation to succeed inspired by her parents.
As Megan Morano '21 prepares for the start of her master's degree program in applied intelligence with a focus on homeland security at Georgetown University, she is spending her summer building a record of professional success in an internship-to-hire research and development position with delivery services giant FedEx.
As a software engineer associate at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and an on-air technology podcast host, Daniele Mendez '19 is fulfilling her dreams and pursuing passions for engineering and journalism.
An entrepreneurial internship program at Florida Polytechnic University has helped guide about 70 students toward greater business innovation during its first year. With a structured method of support, the Phoenix Flight program helps student teams develop their entrepreneurial ideas and advance them toward potential business success.
As an engineer for solar technology company CED Greentech, Zachary "Zeus" Unson '20 helps consumers safely implement the use of solar energy in their homes.
Early in his college days at Florida Polytechnic University, Travis Hills '19 began an internship at Saddle Creek Logistics Services that changed the trajectory of his professional life.
As a project engineer with Albireo Energy, Mehgan O'Connor '18 is getting to make her mark on Florida Polytechnic University in a way that is unrivaled by the rest of her graduating class.
When Greg Willard '20 took a high school job packing and bagging grocery items at Publix Super Markets, he never imagined his time with the company would evolve from the supermarket floor to its website's technological infrastructure.
Four women who have made an indelible impact on Florida Polytechnic University were honored at the University's 2021 Women in STEM Awards on Thursday, March 25.
In the three years since Christopher Krenek '18 graduated with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Florida Polytechnic University, he has become an accomplished process engineer and manages a team of 20 at Carlisle Interconnect Technologies in Saint Augustine, Florida.