Madelyn Conway Finds Her GreatFuture at BMWC

December 5, 2019

MCAA congratulates Madelyn Conway, a senior at Purdue University, for accepting a full-time position with BMWC Constructors, Inc. She will be working as a project engineer in their Indianapolis office following graduation in the spring. Madelyn said, “because of MCAA, MCA of Indiana, and the Purdue MCA Student Chapter, I have found my career!”

Madelyn is a past president of the MCAA Student Chapter at Purdue, and an MCAA19 recipient of Ferguson’s Women in the Mechanical Industry Scholarship. You can find her featured in the monthly WiMI Minute video series.

Madelyn interned two consecutive summers at BMWC. She interned at the Indianapolis office in 2018 and this past summer in their Portland, Oregon location. BMWC used an MCAA Internship Grant, underwritten by MCERF, for Madelyn’s 2019 internship.

You can find student chapter members like Madelyn at MCAA2020. Don’t miss the Networking & Recruiting 360 event Wednesday, March 18, 9:00 am – 11:00 am. To preview students’ resumes, visit mcaagreatfutures.org.

Please contact Harlee Mooney if you have any questions about any of our student activities or internship grants.

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