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North America Rotational Engineering Program

Building Dynamic Engineers for Meeting a Dynamic Future

Kick-start your career with a comprehensive training and development program designed for young engineers.  


Established in 2011, the North America Rotational Engineering Program has been pivotal in developing future leaders in engineering and business. Our goal with the Rotational Engineering Program is to provide our young engineers with the tools and development opportunities necessary to become instrumental contributors to our company’s success.


The program is structured to give recent engineering graduates a variety of experiences at two different sites in North America over the span of two years. At these sites, our rotational engineers are expected to gain exposure to multiple aspects of engineering while providing value-added support. Additionally, there are endless opportunities for our rotational engineers to further develop their skills, build their network, and develop strong relationships within the organization.



MAJORS ACCEPTED

Chemical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Biological Engineering

Michael Rodriguez

Technical Business Manager

Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University


“The rotational program is about expanding your horizons – personally and professionally. Right out of college it is the best kind of adventure to begin a career!”

Erin Robinson

Rotational Engineer

Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech 


“I did process and project engineering for in Wisconsin, then moved to Richmond for technical sales. It was awesome to work such different roles while moving around the country.”

Sam Adams

Plant Engineer

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Tulane University 


“The N&C program gave me a strong engineering foundation, which prepared me for my first management role. This program is responsible for developing the next generation of Evonik leadership!”

Kayla Edwards

Plant Process Engineer

Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin


“The N&C Rotational Engineering program has enriched the engineering experience post-graduation by working with multiple sites, participating in a variety of teams, and learning from amazing engineers and colleagues. Each Evonik site is both uniquely it's own in the variety of products, processes, and standards to meet, yet integrated within Evonik as a whole.”

Michael Rodriguez

Technical Business Manager

Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University


“The rotational program is about expanding your horizons – personally and professionally. Right out of college it is the best kind of adventure to begin a career!”

Erin Robinson

Rotational Engineer

Chemical Engineering, Virginia Tech 


“I did process and project engineering for in Wisconsin, then moved to Richmond for technical sales. It was awesome to work such different roles while moving around the country.”

Sam Adams

Plant Engineer

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Tulane University 


“The N&C program gave me a strong engineering foundation, which prepared me for my first management role. This program is responsible for developing the next generation of Evonik leadership!”

Kayla Edwards

Plant Process Engineer

Chemical Engineering, University of Wisconsin


“The N&C Rotational Engineering program has enriched the engineering experience post-graduation by working with multiple sites, participating in a variety of teams, and learning from amazing engineers and colleagues. Each Evonik site is both uniquely it's own in the variety of products, processes, and standards to meet, yet integrated within Evonik as a whole.”

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