They recruit a young cachanilla in Apple | ELIMPARCIAL.COM

The young Mexican woman, Karla Sofía Naranjo, has been recruited by the Apple company to take the position of engineering program manager, according to information circulating on social networks.

It is known that the Baja Californian has also been the recipient of a scholarship within the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), which is considered one of the best universities internationally.

As data, Karla Sofía is also a young polyglot, speaking Spanish, English, Japanese and Korean.

Karla Sofia Naranjo, a Mechanical Engineering student at CETYS University Campus Mexicali, will be an intern in one of the most important technological development companies in the world.

The multidisciplinary vision of her training, the desire to continue learning and the intention of being an inspiration for others, motivated Karla Sofía Naranjo to apply and obtain the internship as Engineering Program Manager within the Acoustics team at Apple Park Cupertino.

The Mechanical Engineering student at CETYS University Campus Mexicali, is a Mexican born in the United States, masters four languages, including Spanish and English, is a member of various representative teams of her alma mater and has had the opportunity to live an academic exchange in Asia.

During the first semester of 2021, she will live the internship period as in charge of a multicultural team and of various disciplines at the headquarters of Apple Inc. located in Silicon Valley, an area established in California, United States, which stands out for hosting companies with greater impact in the field of technology and engineering, most innovative today.

To obtain what, without a doubt, is one of her main student achievements, the young woman filled out an application to which she attached her curriculum vitae, and subsequently attended a series of interviews, adhering to the guidelines that the world-class company requires from the people interested in joining their ranks.

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