Interns, the employees of tomorrow

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We promote interns within our company. We believe that internships are an important step in the students learning process. That's why we offer several internships in administration and mechanical engineering in our company.

We also have several resources available for their learning and several measures are put in place to facilitate their integration. Since four years, we have had six interns, two of whom are now full-time members of the MEC team. 


We are well supervised in a stimulating environment
— Arnaud Duguay, Spindle technician, Cegep of Granby
Activities organized outside the company like golf and paintball allow us to know others outside of work
— Philippe Labelle Spindle technician, University of Sherbrooke
The walks on Wednesday allow us to talk with other employees and get to know them better
— Amy Bouthillette, Marketing, University of Sherbrooke
Working in a family business, we have the opportunity to accomplish a greater variety of tasks
— Marc-Antoine St-Pierre, Servo Motor technician, Cegep of Granby