Bob Greenwald began his career after receiving an Associate degree in electro-mechanical technology. He worked for several years in robotics before enrolling at the University of Rhode Island in computer science. After receiving his B.S. degree, he joined Pegasystems in Cambridge, MA. More than two decades later, Bob still enjoys his career at Pegasystems and is now Senior Director for Consulting Research and Development. Here is our conversation.
Anthony (Tony) Costantino began to study electrical engineering, but received his B.S. degree in computer science instead. Temporary employment as a programmer led to a full-tim position that attracted a recruiter, who offered him a job that lasted 24 years until recently another recruiter enticed him to join United Natural foods, Inc. as Manager of Database Administration. I enjoyed our conversation; I hope you do, too.
Thomas Keunebroek is an international exchange student from France. After graduating high school, he began a 5-year program at his university that leads to a Master’s degree. Recently, he completed a semester at the University of Rhode Island as an international exchange student. Currently, he is an intern at Apple, Inc. in California. When he completes this internship at the end of the summer, he will receive his Master’s degree. Our conversation should show you the benefits of becoming an exchange student yourself
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