Anthony Roggenbuck

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Thank you for taking the time to visit my site. This site is intended to provide potential employers with information about my work experience and some of the different projects that I have been involved in.

In May 2007, I graduated from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan with a bachelors in mechanical engineering and have started the masters in mechatronic systems engineering program starting in the summer 2007. I worked at Whitesell Corp., formerly Fairchild Tool Corp., from 1997 to January 2007. During this period, my primary job function was to machine cold extrusion dies and custom machine components. In December 2005, my father started a sawmill and I have worked very closely with him to build the business, maintain production, and engineering support on several projects.

Currently, I am seeking an entry level engineering position. I am a very adaptive and dynamic person and I am prepared to meet the demands of the professional world in a wide range of industries. One of the biggest challenges I face is that I have not had the opportunity to prove myself in a professional environment and do not have the official work experience many hiring managers are looking for. The intent of this website is to lower the risk those managers face in choosing me as a candidate by showing that I have the technical and professional skills required to be a value added member to a wide range of technical teams and organizations. I am always seeking out and developing new skills to ensure success in my professional career. I feel that I have been successful in building a solid foundation of skills that will bring value and leadership to the organization that provides me the opportunity to prove myself.

Please take a few minutes to browse my site and see what I'm all about. 









On May 21, 2007 this site was featured in a Detroit News article written by Eric Morath.

To Read the news story follow this link: Myspace News Story




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