HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP
The National Engineering League recognizes the importance of early professional development and exposure to the world of engineering. Gaining valuable research experience as a high school student allows students to take a deeper look into the engineering or STEM career of their choice before declaring their official college major. Below are some of the future technical superstars that gained their first professional engineering experiences with The National Engineering League.
Mr. Aidan C. Walker
Congratulations to Mr. Aidan Charrod Walker for being selected as a NEL High School Intern. Aidan is currently a senior at Cherokee High School in Canton, GA (Cherokee County). Aidan enjoys playing basketball and football. He was inspired at a young age by his uncle to pursue a higher level of education and become an engineer. Aidan focuses most of his attention in school on the key STEM classes such as Algebra, Chemistry, Geometry, and Computer Technology. When Aidan is not working out or playing a sport, he spends a significant amount of his time reading books and researching social problems on the internet. He is a member of the Spanish Honors Society Club and Technology Student Association Club at Cherokee HS. Aidan’s future career goals include attending and graduating from the Georgia Institute of Technology (GA Tech) and working for Lockheed Martin as an Electrical Engineer. He hopes to be able to enrich the lives of people around the globe through the positive application of technology. Ultimately, he desires to inspire the youth to educate themselves and prepare for a successful career in whatever passion they have.
Mr. Travis S. Williams
Congralutations to Mr. Travis Sherrod Williams for being selected as a NEL high school Intern. Sherrod is a junior attending Faith Christian School in North Carolina, and participates in honors classes. At Faith, Sherrod is a member of the Leadership Academy, computer club, and the varsity football team. Once he has graduated from high school, he plans on taking up the major of computer engineering. Sherrod is working with The National Engineering League as an intern to give him the step ahead of others, and he also attends many engineering camps at Wesleyan College.