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Folsom Lake College and Inductive Automation Launch New Student Mentorship Program

March 27, 2023

Inductive Automation/FLC Mentorship Program

Folsom Lake College is excited to launch a new mentorship program with business community partner Inductive Automation this spring. The Folsom-based company is an industry innovator and global supplier of web-based industrial automation software that controls machinery, primarily those centered on manufacturing, quality control, and material handling processes.

FLC student applicants, including Business and Computer Science majors, will be selected later this spring and will undergo initial training prior to being paired one-on-one with Inductive Automation employees for the fall semester. Applicants will be selected based on their compatibility with mentors and their potential to benefit from the program. The Inductive Automation Mentorship Program will provide Folsom Lake College students with a unique introduction to the professional work environment and the opportunity to foster meaningful business connections. 

For more information on the program, join Inductive Automation's David Grussenmeyer, Industry and Education Engagement Manager, for an information session on Thursday, April 6, from 12:00 to 12:45 pm, offered both in-person at the main campus in Cypress Hall FL2-153 and online via Zoom.

The Inductive Automation/FLC Mentorship Program Application is open from Thursday, April 6 until Monday, April 17. For questions about the program, contact Greg McCormac at or (916) 608-6615.

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This program will further expand the college’s collaboration with Inductive Automation, having partnered with the company on previous projects including at the Innovation Center makerspace and the Harris Center for the Arts.

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