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Tony Lewis

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Service Technician
On Service;
Electronics/Mechatronics Student
Eastfield College

“I’m working toward an associate degree in Electronics/Computer Technology. I first decided to take the new Mechatronics course because Chuck Dale suggested that it would be a good course for my degree plan. I like the hands-on aspect — I really like getting my hands dirty and working with the gears and motors.

“As a kid, I loved building models, and this is a little like that — taking things apart and putting them back together. I will be the first person in my immediate family to graduate from college, and I’d love to get a job working in electronics.

“What really interests me is seeing all the different parts to everything — how it goes together and works, what it’s used for. I still like taking things apart and seeing how they work.”

Tony Lewis graduated in 2002 from Skyline High School, where he was a dual credit student at Eastfield College. He found his current position with the help of Electronics program coordinator and mechatronics instructor Chuck Dale.

 

“I’m working toward an associate degree in Electronics/Computer Technology. I first decided to take the new Mechatronics course because [former program coordinator] Chuck Dale suggested that it would be a good course for my degree plan. I like the hands-on aspect — I really like getting my hands dirty and working with the gears and motors.

“As a kid, I loved building models, and this is a little like that — taking things apart and putting them back together. I will be the first person in my immediate family to graduate from college, and I’d love to get a job working in electronics.

“What really interests me is seeing all the different parts to everything — how it goes together and works, what it’s used for. I still like taking things apart and seeing how they work.”

Tony Lewis graduated in 2002 from Skyline High School, where he was a dual credit student at Eastfield College. He found his current position with the help of Electronics program coordinator and mechatronics instructor Chuck Dale.