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Syed Huda

1405 Aziz Drive


Canton, MI 48188
syed.huda2@wayne.edu
(734)-589-9271

Objective

Internship in industrial engineering where experience in data analysis and


engineering background can be utilized to support company action plans

Education

Wayne State University


Industrial Engineering
Minor: Business

Graduation: May 2019


GPA: 3.00

Washtenaw International High School


Graduation: May 2015
GPA: 3.80
IB Diploma
Related Courses

Engineering Design, Principles of Microeconomics, Anthropology of


Business, Calculus , Chemistry for Engineers, Physics

Internship

Nikhi Contracting Corp. Iselin, Fall 2014


Drafted budget proposals for contracting projects
Assisted in creation of presentations to clients
Learned the process of proposing renovation projects to such
plans

Skills & Qualifications

Activities

Experienced in MS Office, C++


Ability to work very well in team oriented environment
Strong math, analytical, problem solving and project
management skills

YMCA Ann Arbor Coaching, Ann Arbor, MI Winter/Spring 2013, 2014


Coached 1st and 2nd grade basketball
Taught kids how to work with and trust each other
Learned leadership skills and how to command respect
Blight Buster Volunteering, Detroit, MI Fall 2011-2015
Participated in cleanup of blighted homes in Detroit
Worked in teams to create positive energy in the city
Habitat for Humanity, Ann Arbor, MI 2011-2013
Sorted donated items in warehouse
Worked at cash register

To whom it may concern:


I am very interested in this internship position in your industrial engineering staff. I am
currently a freshmen engineering student. However I have been taking physics and chemistry
courses since my sophomore year in high school. I enjoy working with others and thrive in that
sort of environment. I gained a lot of experience in this sort of work with my internship in 2014
at Nikhi Contracting Corp. This company worked with renovation projects and presented
budgets and implemented renovation plans. I gained a lot of experience in writing reports,
budget proposals, and creating power points to potential clients.
As strong as I am working with others I am just as good working alone. Although I may be a bit
younger than this positions is ideal for, I will be able to work at the level you would accept of
any other student older than me. I require minimal supervision which would mean I could settle
in to the team as there would be no need for any other team member to have to look after me.
I also have a lot of experience in researching data and finding cost effective solutions to
complex problems.
I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.
Regards,
Syed Huda

Industrial Engineering Intern


INTERNSHIP

Performance Food Group


Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: Full-time, Unpaid

Description
Through our leading family of foodservice distributors Performance Foodservice, Vistar and PFG
Customized Distribution Performance Food Group, Inc. (PFG) delivers over 150,000 national and
proprietary-branded food and food-related products to more than 150,000 independent and national chain
restaurants, quick-service eateries, pizzerias, theaters, schools, hotels, health care facilities and other
institutions. We operate one of the nation's largest truck fleets, as well as 68 distribution centers and 10
Merchant's Mart locations across the United States.
Altogether, PFG's family of distributors offers outstanding service with a wide variety of high-quality
products that, along with the strength of our industry-wide relationships and expertise, helps customers
run their businesses successfully. Based in Richmond, Va., we operate in all 50 states and employ more
than 12,000 people nationwide.
Internship Summary
Performance Food Group has an Internship opportunity in our Warehouse Support Operations
department. The intern will work on projects or initiatives under the supervision of PFG Industrial
Engineering staff. As part of this team, the intern will become adept at retrieving and researching data
from various sources (WMS, Labor Management, etc.), and translating data into meaningful information
to support action plans. Our internships offer students the opportunity to get real work experience and
learn valuable business skills. The internship will begin in May 2016 and end in August 2016.
Qualifications
Qualifications
Undergraduate student majoring in Industrial Engineering
Overall GPA of 3.2
Eagerness to learn and accept challenges
Strong math, analytical, problem solving and project management skills
Proficiency in using Microsoft Excel, Access, Word and AutoCad
Able to work with minimal supervision
Flexible to work different schedules to support projects
Able to travel up to 30%
Able to handle multiple tasks
Good communication skills
Must be currently authorized to work in the United States for any employer