Kettering graduate featured on 60 Minutes
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When Nathan Wilke ‘84 was searching for colleges, unbeknownst to him at the time, he was also foreshadowing his future career.
A Wisconsin native, Wilke first became interested in Kettering University (then GMI) after reading a Milwaukee newspaper article that discussed the University’s co-op education model.
“I was looking for a college that was going to be a good value,” Wilke said. “I needed to be able to earn an income in order to fund my education, so co-op was perfect for that. I was able to finish my undergrad degree essentially debt-free, and that was something my parents and I really appreciated.”
Kettering allowed graduate to dive into engineering right away
Amanda Mallek ’08 chose Kettering not once but twice – each time for different reasons. The first time, Mallek enrolled to take advantage of the experiential and co-op-based learning model.
“I chose Kettering because of the co-op program,” Mallek said. “I wasn’t entirely sure when I graduated high school if I wanted to be an engineer and what I liked about Kettering is that I could try it starting in my freshman year.”
Kettering was the right fit for Mallek as she graduated in 2008 with a degree in industrial engineering while completing her co-op placement at Fernco in Davison, Mich.