The MET program had its first graduates in 1995.  Since then, over 40 have completed the major.

Most have gone on to positions as engineers in a variety of settings.   Here are some notables:

        Brandon Fyfe-Sweigman - TurboCare Products - class of 2001 - Graduate Letter

        Eric Letizia - Pratt and Whitney Aircraft - class of 2001 - Graduate Letter

        Scott MacDonald - Honeywell Inc. - Project Engineer, class of 2000 - Graduate Letter

        John Wyskiel - State of Connecticut - Mechanical Engineer, class of 1999 - Graduate Letter

       Todd Niemaczyk - Raytheon Inc., Engineer, class of 1999

       Greg Jalbert - Bachman Industries Inc. - Project Engineer - class of 1998 - Graduate Letter

        Robert McCarry - United States Patent and Trademark Office, Examiner, class of 1998

        Steve Karvazy - Otis Elevator Inc. - Mechanical Engineer - class of 1998 - Graduate Letter

        Angel Tuanama - RotoFrank Inc., Engineer, class of 1998

        Bruce Gallo - Hamilton Sundstrand - class of 1999 - Graduate letter

        Tom Stoeklin - Hamilton Standard, Engineer, class of 1997

        Terry Tourneau   - Pratt and Whitney, Senior Engineer, class of 1997
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Audio program had its first graduates in 1997 and only around 20 have graduated, but its one of the
fastest growing majors at Ward College with a current enrollment of 42.

The job situation is definitely looking good though, here are a few of the more notable graduates.

        Scott Baron - WTIC Radio - Engineer, Class of 1998

        Mike Vitacco -  Kamen Productions Inc ., Engineer, Class of 2000

        Mike Howes - LabTECH Inc., Engineer, Class of 2000

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