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  • The Good, The Bad, and The Rotational Program Amy Seeman YPAB Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
  • What is a rotational program?l Geared towards new graduatesl Multiple short assignments before going “permanent”l Exposes you to different business areas and roles within your companyl Exposes you to different areas of the country
  • Some Companies that have theml Air Productsl BASFl Merckl Rhodia View slide
  • My Assignmentsl 1st rotation – Pensacola, FL – Converted Products – Productions Engineeringl 2nd rotation – Allentown, PA – Air Separation Units – Process Engineering View slide
  • The Goodl Trying a variety of assignments.l Experiencing new places.l Getting field and headquarter experience.l Making contacts throughout the company.
  • Field and Head Quarter Experience
  • The Not So Goodl May be “encouraged” to move to an “undesirable” locationl Pressure of finding a new assignmentl Taking an assignment that you are not interested in.l Moving on a regular basis
  • Conclusionl Variety of experiences.l Can be new and exciting to live in different parts of the country.l Requires flexibility.l In the end do what you feel is right for you.