My name is Tom Donovan and I'm going to be a sophmore at Clarkson University studying Engineering and Management. I was aware of Indium Corporation's intern program and I heard good things from past interns, so I decided to apply for a couple of the internships. I was lucky enough to get the Production Liaison Internship under Jim MacPherson where I hope to gain work experience to give a good start to my career.
I did not know a lot about Indium before I started. But, after the orientation day, I found out that there is a lot more to Indium than just making really small metal pieces. At orientation we were all together as a group of interns. This provided a fun enviornment and made it a lot easier to start working knowing that everyone else in the room is in the exact same position. Indium really did a good job at bringing us into the company and making us feel welcome and wanted. I'm sure things will continue along this path for the rest of the summer.