Coghlin Companies is excited to welcome its largest class of co-op students in company history. These students will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience working alongside industry experts on a wide variety of innovative technologies.
June 16, 2022 – WESTBOROUGH, MASS. – Coghlin Companies is proud to welcome its largest class of co-op students in company history. This year’s class consists of nearly 40 students from over 20 different colleges and universities, joining the engineering, manufacturing, quality, supply chain, marketing, and finance teams. The program provides students with the opportunity to explore their field of interest and gain valuable real-world experience while working on a wide variety of life-changing and life-saving technologies.
“We are thrilled to welcome the next generation of innovative thinkers to the Coghlin Companies family this summer,” said Chris Coghlin, President & CEO of Coghlin Companies. “Each of these students brings their own unique skill set and perspective to our team, and we are excited to see the impactful contributions they make during their time with us.”
“My experience at Coghlin Companies has helped me learn first-hand about different areas that could be potential paths for me,” said Asa Floyd, a rising junior at UMASS Amherst who is completing his third co-op with Coghlin Companies. “Working at a company with such a great culture, strong core values and the willingness to help support my growth has been extremely valuable to discovering where I want to take my career.”
Coghlin Companies has a long-standing history of supporting the next generation through their co-op program, hosting student tours, working with local colleges, and sponsoring educational STEM clubs as well as other programs. Coghlin Companies offers a full range of commercialization services including product development, turnkey manufacturing, global fulfillment and after-market services to capital equipment innovators in a diverse range of industries including medical, semiconductor, life science, energy, robotics and automation, 3-D printing, touch-free security, and others.