TxEEE Master’s Students Explore Opportunities with Torc Robotics

March 18, 2024

TxEEE students recently participated in a recruitment luncheon hosted by Torc Robotics
TxEEE students recently participated in a recruitment luncheon hosted by Torc Robotics.

In early March, Texas Engineering Executive Education (TxEEE) master’s students took advantage of a networking opportunity with Torc Robotics, an autonomous vehicle company focused on long-haul trucking. Torc is actively recruiting engineers and spent time talking with TxEEE students about full-time positions and internship opportunities. 

Among the TxEEE students in attendance was Pablo Smith, a software engineering master’s student who is also a Torc software engineer. Pablo recently recruited one of his TxEEE classmates for a position at Torc. The design of TxEEE’s masters programs allows students to balance full-time work with part-time study. Classes take place one weekend per month. 

Torc master's students
TxEEE Software Engineering student Pablo Smith (left), who works at Torc Robotics, recently recruited fellow classmate Chris (far right) to work at Torc. 

Wayne Epps, Global University Relations and Recruitment Program Manager, and Adeline Lee, Engineering Business Operations Analyst, also represented Torc at the TxEEE event. They shared with the students about Torc’s background, work culture and future plans. Over lunch, there was an interactive discussion and Q&A. 

TxEEE works to create professional opportunities for our students and will continue to strive to bring in more companies for similar experiences. 

Thank you Torc for such a great event!