Saturday Academy's Apprenticeships in Science & Engineering (ASE) program is a program that provides high school students with the opportunity to intern in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) related professional environment. The internships are in the Oregon and Southwestern Washington area. Interns work full time for 8 weeks in a position that their mentor creates. Over the summers, the interns in the Industrial Sustainability Laboratory have each worked with Dr. Haapala and his students to further research.

Jennifer Yang (Summer 2017)

Jennifer attends Corvallis High School. Over the summer, she worked on sustainable design of multicopters and focused on investigating the effects of design changes on multicopter lifting capacity.

Natalie Dupuy (Summer 2016)

Natalie attended Crescent Valley High School. During her internship, she worked on sustainable design of multicopters through manufacturing process analysis.

Brandon Murray (Summer 2015)

Brandon attended Camas High School. Over the summer, he modeled environmental impacts in manufacturing of multicopters and developed open source based websites for the laboratory's use.

Albert Cai (Summer 2012)

Albert attended Corvallis High School. During his internship, he conducted data collection for environmental analysis of product manufacturing.