Sarah Kelley is a class of 2025 biomedical engineering major. As a UC student, she has worked as a co-op with Procter and Gamble. She recently shared this about her experience.
“My time at Procter and Gamble has been one of the most rewarding and exciting experiences. P&G creates an environment that challenges me while still allowing me to succeed and most importantly learn firsthand from some of the world’s top scientists and engineers. I am very fortunate to have been placed in the Transformative Platform Technology (TPT) group where I work on the upstream development of new products that have not reached the market or will be on the market soon.
One of the best parts of working in research and development is that each time I go back I am doing something new. This really allows me to experience different fields of the industry and grow my network. As I am going back for my third rotation with P&G this spring, I am looking forward to meeting new people, and learning new skills!”
Thank you Procter and Gamble for being such a great partner to our students!