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Dufresne-Henry employee named VTC student engineer of the year

first_imgMike Becker, a senior at Vermont Technical College and a Dufresne-Henry employee, has recently been named Student Engineer of the Year by the college.VTC selects one student each year for this honor as part of National Engineers Week. Becker was selected based on his grade point average, performance on projects, and overall willingness to learn and assist his fellow students. He was recently honored at an awards banquet hosted by the Vermont Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies at the Sheraton in South Burlington.Becker is a senior at VTC who will earn his B.S. in architectural engineering technology this May. He has been working for Dufresne-Henry as a computer-aided design and drafting, or CADD, technician since 2000, when he completed a B.A. in visual arts at Marlboro College. He currently lives in Brattleboro but grew up in Springfield.Dufresne-Henry is an engineering, planning, landscape architecture, and environmental sciences firm committed to improving the places in which we live, work and play. The company serves its clients from 16 offices throughout the Northeast and Florida.last_img

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