It's time for the brothers of DTD:EI-B to move on to another work term. Once again we've studied hard all term and have performed admirably on our finals. While we'll miss our brothers traveling out of state for their co-ops, like Brother Drilling going down to Mexico with Magna, Brother Erdmann going to Georgia with Freudenberg-Nok and Brother Daleo going to California with Tesla, we look forward to seeing each other as we plan our escapes from the day to day grind. One escape we're planning is an annual trip to Traverse City to raise money for the JDRF Walk to cure Diabetes on September 19th! For those of you that want to have a good time and raise money for a good cause, don't hesitate to contact us and join!
My name is Wyatt Joel Gallaty. I was born on November 10,1994 in Lompoc California. I am working toward a Mechanical Engineering degree with a business minor and I Co-op at Net Shaped Solutions in Canton, MI. In my free time I listen to music, drum, read, and play video games. When I go outside I golf and play baseball. I am also a fan of shooting any type of gun I can get my hands on. I came to Kettering University because it was near to home and it had a good reputation for engineering. I also really liked the idea of Co-op work instead of
only classes. I am working to become a member of Delta Tau Delta because the people here are some of the coolest I've been with. With this group of individual personalities, the unique traits get to shine through and it allows us to be the best people we can be.
Hi, my name is Logan Daniel Thomas. I am nineteen years old and I am from Owosso, MI. I am a computer engineering and computer science dual major. I co-op at Zeiss in Brighton, MI. I went to Corunna High School. I have been in wrestling since 3rd grade. I enjoy hanging out with my friends, playing video games, and going to the gym. I chose to pledge Delta Tau Delta because I really fit in here with everyone else and I really connected with the guys
Hello everyone! My name is Caleb Michael Barnes. I was born on the 23rd of August in the year 1995. Currently I am working on completing a degree in Mechanical Engineering I also Co-op at PPG paint applications in Flint, Michigan. Throughout high school I felt like engineering would be the best fit for me and my skills. For that reason I chose Kettering University due to the fact that they have a great curriculum and I feel as though their co-op program is essential for a college student that wants to be ahead of others in their career field and I felt that Kettering Excels at giving their students the tools to do so. In my free time I enjoy reading, playing the guitar, and thrifting. One of my most valued characteristics I have is my optimism, I'm always looking at more of the good than the bad. I am pledging Delta Tau Delta because I feel that members here are just genuinely good people and I aspire to surround myself with those qualities so that I may better myself and those around me.
My name is Kristofer Slintak and I was born December 21, 1995 somewhere in Florida. I am working toward an electrical engineering degree with the hopes of one day creating a lightsaber. I hope that my degree will help me create a lasting impact in the world. I have a co-op position at Robert Bosch llc. in Plymouth working on lighting systems. I enjoy outdoorsy things like hiking in exotic places, kayaking, and snowboarding and I speak German and would like to backpack across Eurasia one day. I am a big proponent of green energy and electric vehicles. My favorite scientist is Nikola Tesla and I want to one day charge my electric car with a Tesla coil. I was attracted to Delta Tau Delta because I saw just how relaxed and at ease everything is here and how all the members are great people. Here's to the next four to five years!
My name is Samuel Allen Suchek, I go by Sam though. I was born on March 15th, 1995 and have two older sisters and along with them comes two little nieces. I was born and raised in St. Johns, Michigan just 45 miles west of Kettering on M-21. I grew up working outside and am a Michigan farmboy. Currently I work on the opposite side of the state in the beautiful city of Holland as an Electric Power Co-op Engineer. I transferred here to Kettering as a Sophomore One and I am pursuing an ME degree here at Kettering. Some things I love to do in my free time is spend time with family and friends, ride anything with a motor and wrench on just about anything. Pretty much if it's outside I like to part-take in it. I am glad to be here at Kettering and being able to be part of such a great experience along with pledging Delta Tau Delta. I have already made good friends with many guys from the house and can't wait to create life-long relationships and experience the many opportunities Kettering and Delta Tau Delta will provide for me in the years to come.
My name is Caleb Gagnon. I was born in Toronto, Canada. I am studying to become an Electrical and Computer engineer. I play golf and tennis during the summer and during the winter I play hockey and go skiing. On a side note, I love to swing dance in my spare time. When I graduate, I plan on moving back to Canada. The cold calls to me! Once I make enough money I will get a sailboat and sail. So come sail with me! If you are licensed to scuba dive then I can take you to many of the world’s most beautiful underwater reefs with me. I’ve traveled all over the place. From the Bahamas to the Amazon, from the Bermuda’s to California. Want to travel avec moi? Vous êtes plus que bienvenus!
Hello World. I’m Ryan Stan(islawski), and currently a junior 2 here at Kettering University. I transferred in from Schoolcraft College last term, was invited over to the Delt house and immediately felt right at home. Seeing each individual member so passionate about the fraternity sparked my curiosity. I love trying out new experiences, so I figured I’d give it a go.
I choose engineering because my father did not leave me a trust fund, so unfortunately I’m going to have to work for a living. Although I’d rather be driving a Ferrari through Monaco. I’m pretty good with math, and can see myself moving through a corporate ladder, or opening a business, so engineering was the best fit for me. Doing some research about the co-op program, seeing the university’s employment rate, as well as having the mid west’s best ROI, helped me to realize Kettering is the place to go.
I currently co-op at Jervis Webb, in Farmington Hills. However I don’t see myself there after graduation. I was always warned to not be a “cubicle engineer”, and sitting in a cubicle for 40+ hours a week, staring at a computer, is not on my to do list. I look forward to finding a company that I’m passionate to work with, and to grow together with.
Outside of work and school, I’ve been training Jiu Jitsu for around 10 months now. I won a tournament last November, and am going back shortly for the next experience level. Hopefully I’ll bring back another gold medal! Having an activity that I can devote so much time into, continue to learn, meet awesome genuine people, and promote a healthy life style has been one of the coolest experiences of my life. I try to eat healthy, and stay active. Although I’m a sucker for milkshakes. Other than that, I love to just hang out and get to know others.
I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone in the house on a more intimate level. No homo.
My name is Sam Daleo. I am 23 years old, originally from Rochester Hills, MI. I am currently a Junior 1 at Kettering University, study Computer and Electrical Engineering with a minor in Applied Computational Mathematics. I am involved with the ethics committee, as well as the Aquaneers Club, IEEE, and play various intramural sports throughout the year. I currently co-op at Tesla Motors in Palo Alto, CA. I love to travel, hike, bike, camp, read, and play video games. I enjoy spending most of my time outdoors, but there are days when I love to be inside working on personal projects and discovering new music.
We are once again doing an NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge, with 48% of proceeds going to JDRF. This a great chance to donate to a good cause and win a lot of money in the process! There are incentives for members who refer you, so make sure you notify us of the member who referred you. The challenge is hosted through ESPN. Click Here to create an account in order to participate. Brackets are $20. You may pay for your brackets through PayPal at email@example.com or by cash to any member. Once your payment is confirmed, you will be given a link and a password to begin filling out your bracket. For any payment questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org and for general questions contact email@example.com.
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