Intern Update: Miranda Brockmeyer

Intern Update: Miranda Brockmeyer

Electrical Engineering Intern, Miranda Brockmeyer, has spent her summer working in AutoCAD, doing tiebreaker redraws for outage and relay upgrades, and testing breakers and relays to make sure they work before being sent into the field. She has made good progress on her AutoCAD redraws, and she plans to finish them and the wiring tags before the end of the summer. Miranda has also been sitti… More
Intern Update: Logan Salger

Intern Update: Logan Salger

Electrical I/C Maintenance Intern, Logan Salger, has spent his summer assisting full-time employees with daily tasks such as replacing circuit breakers, ground fault interrupters, and variable-frequency drives. Logan’s projects have been updated on a daily basis; each day he receives his job tasks along with his coworkers. He has studied electrical blueprints for parts and jobs, allowing h… More
Intern Update: Thomas Wojtowicz

Intern Update: Thomas Wojtowicz

Electrical I/C Maintenance Intern, Thomas Wojtowicz, has spent his summer calibrating transmitters and other instruments, testing sensors to ensure correct operation, and re-terminating motors and pumps. Thomas has worked on other tasks such as installing new breakers; before installation, he has to put in the specific settings and test each phase. His department receives work orders at the … More
Meet the Intern: Caitlin Kyseth

Meet the Intern: Caitlin Kyseth

Prairie State is pleased to welcome Caitlin Kyseth as the Mine Engineering Intern this summer! Caitlin attends Montana Tech, where she majors in mining engineering. She decided on this major after attending camps at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, both virtually and in person. At Montana Tech, Caitlin is part of a Dungeons and Dragons group with other students. She also help… More
Meet the Intern: Logan Salger

Meet the Intern: Logan Salger

Prairie State is pleased to welcome Logan Salger as the Electrical I/C Maintenance Intern this summer! Logan currently attends Southeast Missouri State University (SEMO), where he studies engineering technology: electrical and automation systems. He chose this field because he finds work with electrical components interesting and enjoyable. At SEMO, Logan is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha (P… More