Mission: Life Cycle Engineering’s mission is to enable people and organizations to achieve their full potential.
I have been working at LCE full-time (Less than a year)
A friendly company atmosphere. Employee owned and corporate seems to actually care about improving company benefits.
As with many contracting companies, most of the work is not at LCE's office, but at a client site. Many of the company benefits aren't readily accessible on a daily basis.
Advice to Management
Keep it up. Consider giving employees that don't use (or need) certain benefits, like health care, part of the money you would have paid for that benefit. For people that use Tricare, the few dollars would be more appreciated than the high deductible health insurance you offer.
I applied online. I interviewed at LCE.
I applied online and was contacted to schedule an interview. They had to change the date unexpectedly but I had time in my schedule luckily. The interview seemed to be very informal and relaxed, they were almost talking to me as if they already knew they were going to offer me the internship. They wanted me to start working during the Spring semester which I was applying for an internship and not a co-op so I didn't really appreciate that. The interview itself was mostly personal questions like what operating system do you prefer, what internet browser do you like, and things like that. Nothing to tech heavy at all.
Reasons for Declining
I was offered another internship that was more relevant to what I wanted to do as well as better paid.