Greenville, SC – Two upstate high school students have been selected for an engineering internship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Christian Butler, a senior at Mauldin High School, and Christopher Garrick, a senior at Greenville Tech Charter High School (GTCHS), were selected from a strong pool of qualified applicants. Each student will complete a formal program that includes an introduction to the KTM Solutions systems engineering process.
The students will learn practical engineering skills through a series of design projects. The program provides opportunities to present technical ideas to the KTM engineering staff as well as potential clients. “Since our company founding, KTM Solutions has been working with promising high school and college students. As a business, we believe we have a responsibility to provide opportunities for learning and development of the work force.
Our end goal is to give the students an appreciation for the engineering profession so each student can make informed career decisions,” says Paul V. Kumler, President, KTM Solutions. The program is working! Almost 40 students have participated in the KTM Solutions internship program since beginning in 2006, where 80% have decided to pursue an engineering career.
KTM Solutions is a Greer, South Carolina-based engineering company supporting the Aerospace and Mechanical services industries.
KTM Engineering – Aerospace Solutions provides practical and innovative aircraft structural design and analysis services, on demand. KTM Engineering – Mechanical Solutions provides turnkey systems that support production processes, material handling and streamlined manufacturing.
KTM utilizes state of the art design and analysis tools underpinned by proven systems engineering principles and project management services. KTM is ISO 9001, AS9100, and ASME NQA-1 compliant. The corporate offices are located at 603 High Tech Court, Greer, South Carolina 29650. KTM Solutions engineers are registered in multiple states.