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K-State Today Student Edition

January 19, 2012



Garmin opens software engineering facility at Kansas State University

By Communications and Marketing

Garmin International Inc. is expanding its engineering internship program through the opening of a new software engineering facility at Kansas State University. The facility is designed to support software engineering, as well as semester-long, part-time software engineering internships throughout the school year and full-time software engineering internships during the summer.

Students who participate in the internship will have the opportunity to work side-by-side with Garmin engineers and will get hands-on experience developing the next generation of Garmin GPS products.

Garmin worked closely with Kansas State University, KSU-IC, The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce and KBED to open this facility, which is located at the Manhattan/K-State Innovation Center, a 35,000 square foot building located on campus, owned by the City of Manhattan and managed by KSU-IC. It is a state-of-the-art facility comprised of a combination of wet lab, dry lab and office space.

Garmin is currently accepting applications for software engineering interns for the spring 2012 semester, as well as applications for full-time engineering positions. Candidates can apply online by visiting http://www.garmin.com/careers.

For more information or to set up an interview, contact Mika Cohn at 913-397-8200.

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