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Students showcase work at CI and CETA Mix and Mingle event

Wednesday, April 19, 2017  
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The CI is dedicated to enhancing the future workforce in the construction industry by creating and participating in University of Hartford CETA student events. These up and coming young professionals are leading the adoption of the newest technology resources as they enter the industry.

 

On April 18, 2017 our CI and CETA Mix and Mingle event took place in the Architecture Studio on the University of Hartford campus. Students showcased their work to the professionals in attendance, including CI members from Gilbane Building Company, JCJ Architecture, Id3A, Tecton Architects, Clohessy Harris & Kaiser, LLC and Eversource.  

 

 

 

 

CETA student and Construction Institute Student Organization President Mutazz Bulter (Senior, Architectural Engineering Technology major) said that student feedback was very positive, and that this is the type of event that students ask for. "I personally felt that it was a great event. I liked the atmosphere of it where it wasn't too formal and we were able to be candid with professionals about what we want for our futures and our current experiences as college students and aspiring young professionals.", said Butler.  The students were also pleased with the number of firms that attended.

 

Additional student feedback was also positive.

 

"I thought the event was great! We were able to meet with professionals, give them tours of the architecture studio, network, and even show our own work. It was definitely a great time." - Jezelle Gordon, Senior, Architectural Engineering Technology major

 

"The Mix and Mingle was a fun event that turned into spontaneous conversation which helped me gather some tips and info to help further my studies and future." - John Turner, Sophomore, Architectural Engineering Technology major

 

"I thought it was a good opportunity for student to meet with professionals and learn a few things." - Justin Barros, Junior, Architectural Engineering Technology major

 

View more photos from the event on our Facebook page.

 

Join us as we continue to integrate students with working professionals, and connect the generations through CI programs, workshops, and University events. If you and your firm would like to participate in CI/CETA events, contact Nancy Greenwald at ngreenwald@construction.org

 

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