Brett Hillstrom, Xeratec, to Discuss Software Development for Big Three Auto Company

Brett Hillstron and Ross Kinnunen of Xeratec

As part of the Michigan Tech EV Scholars program, Brett Hillstrom, president of Xeratec Software Development, will discuss “Software Development in the Auto Industry,” on March 29, 2023, at 4 p.m., in Rekhi Hall, Room 214.

Hillstrom will talk about his company’s software development work with a Big Three automotive company.

Xeratec Software Development, based in Hancock, Mich., is a software development and consulting services company that serves the Big Three auto industry. The company delivers technology that will improve workflow and transform outdated approaches into modern, effective business solutions: turning data into actionable knowledge.

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Are you a junior or senior Michigan Tech student interested in a job as a Software Developer or Electrical Engineer? Are you intrigued by a career helping to develop the next generation of automotive vehicles and batteries?

Here’s a fantastic opportunity to learn more about electric vehicles (EV) and mobility tech companies and careers, network with potential employers … and receive up to $10,000 in scholarship dollars.

Michigan Tech junior- and senior-level students majoring in Software EngineeringComputer ScienceCybersecurityComputer Network and System AdministrationElectrical EngineeringComputer Engineering, and related programs are especially encouraged to participate.

Why should you become an EV Scholar?

  • Get a close-up look at the AV and mobility tech industry
  • 1:1 mentorship with an EV or mobility tech industry professional
  • Conversations with engineers and developers
  • Exclusive tours of design and R&D facilities
  • Personalized interview preparation
  • $5,000 or $10,000 scholarship upon acceptance of a job offer or internship in the AV and mobility tech industry

EV Scholars Outreach Partners

The Michigan Tech EV Scholars program is presented by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the College of Computing. EV Scholars is an initiative of the Talent Action Team, a public/private consortium convened by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).