At Rockwell Automation I learned about goal setting and teamwork, why structure matters and how to get things done in a company that operates in 80 countries. And I learned that the world is full of opportunity for me.
My hands-on, real-time exposure to disruptive technology — like artificial Intelligence and machine learning — is why internships matter.
While college curriculums struggle to keep up with the rapid changes, students like me want to work in a world where these technologies are developed (or developing) to see how the concepts are applied to solve real-world problems.
Here’s What I Know
The most important thing I learned from the internship is how to view and attack problems and ask the right questions.