Name

Steven Laudage

Title

Student

Email

sclaudage@wpi.edu

Resume

Steven C. Laudage
sclaudage@wpi.edu
(516) 587-9840 
www.linkedin.com/in/sclaudage

Current Address:
17 Dean Street
Worcester, MA 01609	
	
Permanent Address:
10 Cedar Street
Massapequa, NY 11758 

Objective: 	Obtain a Summer Internship in Aerospace Engineering

Education:	Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Worcester, MA, GPA 3.96/4.0, May 2017
                        Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering, Minor in Computer Science

Relevant Coursework: Aerodynamics*, Thermodynamics, Incompressible & Compressible* Fluid Mechanics, Aerospace Structures, Object Oriented Programming*, Engineering Experimentation, Astronautics, Control Engineering, Sensor Design (*to be completed by May 2016)

Skills: SolidWorks (CSWA Certified), LabVIEW, Python, MATLAB, Simulink, Microsoft Office, Multisim, intermediate French, automobile mechanics, construction tools

Projects:	
Design and Construction of High Powered Model Rockets, WPI, January 2015-present
•	Designing and building a rocket powered by G-Class motors, optimized for maximum altitude
•	Travels to a CMASS rocket launch events to test the practical capabilities of the rocket

Restoration of a 1966 Ford Mustang, Massapequa, NY, September 2010-present
•	Rebuilding engine, brake, and suspension systems from neglected state to stock specifications

Design of a Radial Engine using SolidWorks, WPI, October-December 2014
•	Created 13 parts from technical drawings, combined into two assemblies
•	Applied ASME Y-14.5 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing to technical drawings

Eagle Scout Project: Rehabilitation of the Long Island Greenbelt Trail, June-September 2012
•	Organized the restoration to natural condition of four gathering areas and improved a trail in a highly utilized community park
•	Coordinated the efforts of 25 volunteers and the donations of 5 benefactor companies
 
“One Man’s Trash Can Be His Own Treasure,”  WPI, January-May 2014
•	Worked in an interdisciplinary team of three to better the communication capabilities of  a local environmental arts company using advertisements, surveys, and an updated website

Leadership:	
Gutter Subcommittee Chair, Engineers Without Borders (EWB), WPI, September 2015-present
•	Optimizes water catchment systems built for a Guatemalan community, by ensuring the gutters effectively and cleanly feed water into the storage tanks
•	Conducts physical testing and analysis of potential solutions

Vice President & Run Leader, Running Club, WPI, January 2014-present
•	Orchestrated the transition between the founders of the club and its current leaders 

Rush Chairman & Standards Board Member, Sigma Pi Fraternity, WPI, September 2015-present
•	Coordinates chapter for month-long recruitment process, adhering to campus policies
•	Ensures that chapter policies and members uphold the values of our fraternity

2015 Convention Registration Chair, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, WPI, April-October 2015
•	Synchronizing the reception of delegates arriving from around the nation

Experience:	
Peer Learning Assistant, WPI, Worcester, MA, August 2015-present
•	Advises students in a first year project seminar on methodology development & report writing

Shift Rover’s Helper, New York American Water, Hewlett, NY, May-July 2014
•	Adjusted pH level of water supply to ensure public safety

Activities:  	
Member, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), WPI, September 2013-present
Judicial Board Member, WPI Interfraternity Council, WPI, February-May 2015