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Intern Spotlight: Gemini Precision Machining, Inc. (GPMI)

Welcome to the seventh installment of Gemini Group’s “Intern Spotlight” series, created to celebrate our bright young interns as they build the skills they need to thrive in today’s workplace. The series will feature new interns each week, grouped by Gemini Group location.


This week we’re highlighting interns working in engineering roles at Gemini Group‘s production and precision machining business unit, Gemini Precision Machining, Inc. (GPMI). They are just three of Gemini Group’s 33 summer interns spread among nine locations and 26 departments. Stay tuned to meet more talented young professionals in next week’s edition.

Braeden Perzanowski – Engineering Intern

Secondary Education: Cass City High School


Post-Secondary Education: Saginaw Valley State University


Area of Interest: Mechanical Engineering


Internship Goals: Braeden looks forward to all of the work assigned to him and improving his knowledge of valves, drive systems, and schematics.


Interesting Fact: Braeden walked away from a fatal single car accident.

Daniel Good – Mechanical Engineer Intern

Secondary Education: Owendale-Gagetown High School


Post-Secondary Education: Central Michigan University


Area of Interest: Mechanical Engineering


Internship Goals: Daniel hopes to learn several hands-on skills for engineering, gain engineering knowledge, successfully contribute to the Gemini Group through his internship, and create new friendships through his work at GPMI.


Interesting Fact: Daniel has been to Toronto, Hawaii, Japan, and Chicago with the Lions of Michigan All-State Band.

Evan Franzel – Machinist / Process Engineer Intern

Secondary Education: Ubly High School


Post-Secondary Education: Michigan Technological University


Area of Interest: Mechanical Engineering Technology


Internship Goals: Evan is interested in gaining hands on experience, learning production processes, learning the science behind the scene, and preparing for work after college.


Interesting Fact: Evan is mentoring students on CAD & Min operation with Ubly’s 5155 First Robots team!

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