Thus far, I am slowly finding my way around and gaining direction as I am sure we can all agree it is quite an adjustment from the student life. However, WFS feels like a place you can call home.
I never dreamt that I would work for a robotics company. But, finally, it happened. My journey at Invento robotics started in the 2nd week of May and ended in the first week of July.
These days passed very quickly.
I worked on face recognition. Doing this project, my first task was to identify faces with as low as image dataset that uses deep neural networks to recognise faces.
It was a 3 weeks long task but the experience of senior people helped me to figure it out very quickly. Working with him taught me the difference between a college project and a company project and many other things that will prove to be very useful in future.
It was an amazing experience introducing our humanoid robot to corporates figures. To manage a big event with a robot like Mitra was easily a huge milestone in my life.
This was a big task because we needed a large number of datasets. The accuracy improved like 70—90 finally it is a good API that can recognise objects like Alcohol bottles. Last but not the least, I worked on speech recognition using some open-source techniques and was able to implement.
It was a pleasure working with Invento Robotics. The office environment was supportive. I made many friends from different parts of India and also worked under a lot of experienced people. I would like to come back to Invento if I get an opportunity again. Experience shared by our outgoing intern — Harsha Teja.My Internship at ABC: the journey from a regular employee to intern.
By Joshua Sanchez on October 22, in Perspectives. My First Day getting my 6 ABC ID (Photo taken by Josh Sanchez) The Internship all started with a phone call. In the summer of , I was working two summer jobs as a . My journey as an intern was a thrilling one and made me ready for the big challenge as a full-time employee.
At the end of my internship I accepted a full-time offer from one of Schneider Electric’s core teams in Paris.
About Author. My internship journey started thanks to Kathleen Black, Assistant Director of the GLAM program. In January , Ms. Black invited me to represent the GLAM program and attend the National Retail Federation (NRF) conference in New York City.
Jul 31, · A quote always comes into my mind whenever I think of internship.
Reflecting on My Internship Experience During my feedback meeting with the CFO of the company I expressed that the only improvement I would have liked to see was for my internship to do more with the finance and accounting section of a company. My journey as an intern was a thrilling one and made me ready for the big challenge as a full-time employee. At the end of my internship I accepted a full-time offer from one of Schneider Electric’s core teams in Paris. About Author. Exploration of my personal strengths and weaknesses Breaking the Language Barrier & Much More For making my Internship Journey an incredible experience, my sincerest gratitude to.
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end” – Ernest Hemingway. In my opinion, the quote applies entirely. Internship, can play a very significant part in our life as it is.
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Trust in our experience to take your internship program to the next level. Everyone in the office calls me Mo, short for Motlotlo. I am currently an intern at FleishmanHillard South Africa. I work with the Corporate and Africa Comms team, headed by Trevor Chueu alongside Thembi Tlale and Janie Norton.
I first heard of FleishmanHillard in , during my second year at university, while I was browsing [ ].