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Electrical engineering student Harris Khan gains experience through Yazaki co-op

Electrical engineering student Harris Khan (right in red) first spoke with a Yazaki representative at the College of Engineering’s 2010 career fair. Today, he is a systems engineering co-op student with Yazaki, where has learned a great deal about automotive wiring and wiring harnesses, dealing first-hand with many supplier companies. “Working in systems engineering at Yazaki has allowed me to use the skills I learned in electrical engineering courses at WSU and apply them in industry applications. It has helped me immensely in the classroom, and it has given me a chance to learn and design future technological automotive applications. This co-op has ensured my growth as a student and an engineer.”


Khan's colleague Ashar Khan (left in blue) has been working as a co-op testing engineer at Yazaki for a few semesters as well. He also gained familiarity of Yazaki through a college career fair. “[My co-op] has provided me with valuable exposure to different kinds of engineering labs and processes that are very much related to the classroom studies we obtain at Wayne State Engineering. From electromagnetic labs to temperature chambers, Yazaki Testing is a great platform for any engineering student ambitious to learn more about the advanced automotive technology in our industry today. My experience there has opened up a lot of opportunities for me in the automotive industry and made me capable of making better decisions about my careers.”

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Taken on December 31, 1903