This week we are spotlighting one of our newest Robotics Mentors, Julie Reinecke.
Julie is a Baton Rouge native and is a Junior in Electrical Engineering. She enjoys running, hiking, and completing her own DIY projects. She is very interested in entrepreneurship and after graduating in 2 years, she plans on moving to another state and starting her own company in the next 10 years.
What is your favorite part about being a robotics mentor?
My favorite part of being a robotics mentor is learning something new each day. Not only about something robotics related, but about myself and the people I work with.
How has being a robotics mentor impacted you personally and/or professionally (i.e.: internships, leadership skills, etc.)?
Being a robotics mentor has further developed my analytical and problem solving skills, as well as improved my ability to work with a team.
What do you think it means to be a robotics mentor?
Being a robotics mentor means being a fundamental part of facilitating the intellectual and technical pursuits of the students I work with.