First female machinist, other interns head back to school with experiencehttps://newsroom.cpsenergy.com/first-female-machinist/
Many of our 55 interns returned to the classroom this week after a productive summer. Employees across our company took the interns under their wings to teach them new skills and help them put what they’ve learned in the classroom to work. For example, Natalie Magdaleno gained hands-on training from our machinists at Calaveras Power Station. She was the first female intern in our history to learn how to operate machinery. And, she rocked it! Check out the video:
Special thanks to all of our interns for their hard work. We wish them a successful school year. And, a big thumbs up to our employees who nurtured these students along the way!
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