Read what some employers have to say about Taylor University CSE Students & Grads in the workplace:
- Andrew Stohrer from Chick-fil-A:
The Taylor intern that joined our team at Chick-fil-A was a great fit. Paul was confident and prepared – both in technical and business skills. His willingness to jump in and add value from day one was apparent. His summer project involved mobile web application development which is a relatively new focus arena for our team. Our intern embraced the challenge of a new technology and produced an excellent app. I am proud of his work and know he represented himself and his school well.
Chick-fil-A has had great success with finding interns at Taylor. Taylor’s Computer Science department is equal to the best CS departments at any of the big universities. Taylor also attracts and develops well-rounded individuals that are more than mere technical experts. This is important because Chick-fil-A needs more than technical knowledge; we need a business full of business people. Taylor provides such students, which is why we hope to continue partnering with Taylor in the future.
-James Friesen from Mango Tree Media:
I had a Taylor student, Levi, working for me two summers ago and it was a great success. Mango Tree Media is a small web design and development firm that specializes in customization of the Joomla Content Management System. We serve Small and Midsize businesses in central Indiana and all over North America.
-Cyrus Keck from Sentry Data Systems:
We always love a good Taylor hire! We have consistently hired new graduates and existing graduates from Taylor. On almost all of our interviews with new / upcoming graduates:
- Taylor students / graduates perform notably better than other college graduates.
- They demonstrate a strong understanding of Object Oriented behavior as well as Database concepts.
- Many of them possess strong problem solving abilities that other graduates seem to lack.
- They have an excellent work ethic
- They are able to learn new concepts and technologies very quickly and require minimal training to get up to speed
-Debbie Millette from Camp Hebron:
Our intern, Chris, was a knowledgeable and enjoyable intern to work with. His heart for mission brought him to us and he served well in our environment. He enjoyed pitching in and helping with other aspects of the ministry as he had opportunity as well. He is a special young man in that he has both the intensity of a computer programmer and a love for people that you don’t generally see in driven problem solvers.