As Purdue Polytechnic’s May 2017 graduates move into their careers, we are profiling a few and finding out their future plans and how they arrived at this point in their lives.
Skyler Peetz, Wadron, Indiana
Hensel Phelps in Florida
Bachelor’s degree in construction management technology
- Survey and layout
- Material management
- Manage crafts employees
Purdue classes that helped Skyler prepare for his job
- BCM 41200 (Field Engineering)
- BCM 35501 (Construction Site Supervision)
- BCM 47500 (Construction Costs)
Other ways the college and/or Purdue provided preparation and assistance
The Polytechnic taught me how to work with people. This is important, because people are the driving force of the world.
Thanks go to:
- My mom, Shannon Pope: For always working hard to give me the best life and giving me the opportunity to go to college. My om has always been my biggest supporter and greatest leader; I will never be able to repay her for the great life that she worked so hard to give me.
- School of Construction Management: For giving me friends and a home here at Purdue. They gave me the tools I needed to succeed in the big leagues and I will always be grateful for them.