My list is James Roberts and at Walden, Iam an engineering intern. So far in the two months I’ve been here I’velearned so much better about the business aspect of engineering, as well as going into thefield and devoting what I’ve learned at Lafayette and in the classroom, to what actually happensin the field and interacting with other technologists and other beings on the job. I say to all my young employees that the differencebetween me now and them is just experience. The knowledge is something that you can’t getanywhere else. The sooner they gain ordeal, the betterthey’ll be able to make good decisions as they move their job forward. To be to be paid as an intern kind of givesme a sense of purpose because what I’m doing is not meaningless. They’re trust me and they’regiving me places where I have to perform, so I can help the company grow.I’ve mostly started off really reading andwriting some reports, gaining knowledge of what I was going to do in the field. When they recollected I was ready I went out withanother project architect. Whenever the company needed they said, Jamesyou can go out and do it, so I thought that was great. I entail, once we’re self-confident that they’re proficient, we make them go out and do work. One of the things that I’ve been doing isgroundwater remediation. For instance the site that we were just at there was anothergasoline diesel spill there. We were put on the job to clean it up andwhatever’s contaminating the ground water. And in the role, I’ve been doing a lot ofreport writing, debit re-examines for my assignment overseer, so some monetary employ as well.You can see that the work is very valuableto the company, that the work that I’m doing has made a difference in the company. To formalize it in accordance with the rules that Lafayetteis doing with this program is great, so you are familiar with, Lafayette can count on being able toadvertise, we can place you in such a situation, and year after year hopefully the experiencegets better ..