In the second year of the EcoCAR EV Challenge, a four-year collegiate automotive engineering competition, students can expect nothing short of an unparalleled learning opportunity during the Year Two Workshop held Oct. 5-7 at MathWorks’ headquarters in Natick, Mass.
“The workshop provides students the chance to learn from industry professionals to build their skills as future engineers,” said Lauren Tabolinsky, MathWorks’ global student and academics program manager. “MathWorks is proud to be a part of that.”
Students will meet with representatives from competition sponsors during the Sponsor Social Networking and Recruitment Event to learn about open positions and internship opportunities with these organizations Friday, Oct. 5.
The training and networking opportunities like these make EcoCAR EV Challenge yield the best and the brightest students ready to drive the U.S.’ auto industry to new heights.
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