As a part of its continued investment in the future of plumbing and HVAC contractors in the United States, TATRO has announced that it has completed another successful internship program, partnering with local universities in Kansas and Colorado to train upcoming graduates for a future in construction management, engineering design, mechanical engineering and mechatronics among others.
TATRO believes in building future contractors and engineers by offering summer internships that provide students with more than just a way to satisfy course requirements, giving each a chance to learn more about their field of expertise while working in an environment that fosters creativity. These skills, along with the leadership and individual management of students, is what brings some interns back for repeat internships.
This year’s interns include the following individuals:
“TATRO is really proud of the work we are doing with local universities to raise awareness of the advancements in construction management, engineering and other areas of focus that demonstrate how today’s modern plumbing contractors are more than what people think of when talking about plumbing,” said Justin Sanchez, president of TATRO. “With this year’s crop of talented interns, they have had a chance to really use their hands and their heads with projects that include our Computer Aided Design (CAD) programs, problem solving for new projects and really working closely with senior management at TATRO. We’d like to congratulate this year’s interns on a great summer!”
TATRO’s goal is to continue training a new generation of plumbing and HVAC contractors that can improve the industry by implementing advanced training and practices by partnering with colleges and universities across Colorado and Kansas. This year’s interns have enjoyed the corporate culture, the learning environment and seeing how they can use their knowledge in their careers of choice.