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My Tethys Experience

My Tethys Experience

​For my first project with Tethys, I was connected with an entrepreneur who wanted a 3D Solidworks model that he could present to potential investors for his innovative fire fighting water tower. Working on this project benefited me in a variety of ways. Firstly, it gave me the opportunity to apply the knowledge I learned in class to a real, significant project. It also forced me to deal with a variety of issues that accompany most projects, improving my communication and planning skills.

After a few iterations, I produced a final model that demonstrated the novelty of the customer's design. Looking back, this project was a great learning experience whose end product was actually useful. For any interested party, I would whole heartedly recommend Tethys. As a student, it is a great opportunity to develop or refine technical skills that are essential in growing as a budding engineer. It is also a great way to earn some extra money working from the comfort of your home/dorm. For businesses, those tasks that are beneath full time engineers can be valuable practical learning experiences for engineering students. Tethys helps to bridge the gap between the theoretical knowledge that a student learns at school and the practical know-how that is required to become a successful engineer.

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Frederic Ramioulle on Saturday, 26 December 2015 16:57

In addition to a great experience, it also created a very happy customer that will look for Justin or others on Tethys Engineering for help in the future. Satisfaction is evident when the customer goes out of his way to send an hand written thank you note and a very generous tip in a sealed envelop...well done Justin.

In addition to a great experience, it also created a very happy customer that will look for Justin or others on Tethys Engineering for help in the future. Satisfaction is evident when the customer goes out of his way to send an hand written thank you note and a very generous tip in a sealed envelop...well done Justin.
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