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Starting Enterprise Co-op in January

Final exams are here and we are juggling a lot of things right now, but I wanted to let everyone know that Chris and I will be working full time at Sienci Labs coming January. We have both been accepted into the Enterprise Co-op Program at the University of Waterloo. If you have been following our progress since May, you may know that I have done the program once already, and I will be doing it a second time.

A little background info about our undergraduate studies- both Chris and I are in mechanical engineering at the University of Waterloo, which has a mandatory co-op program which gives us the chance to work in a technical job for four months. Out of the six co-op terms we get throughout our degree, we must have five full work terms. The Enterprise Co-op Program allows us to do a work term at our own company with support from the Conrad Business and Entrepreneurship Centre.

With over 100 new requests to order the Sienci Mill One since our Kickstarter, the demand has been overwhelming. The next four months will not only be dedicated to meeting that demand, but to also make sure we can give our users the best experience with their machines possible.

We are currently in the ideation stages of a new product as well, something we can work on during the co-op term. If you have any ideas or suggestions, feel free to send us an email!


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