Math Club tours Enviro Systems, Inc.

Students in the Seminole State College Mu Alpha Theta Math Club recently toured Enviro Systems, Inc. of Seminole.


Craig Froelich, the President of Enviro Systems, Inc. gave the group an overview of the company, its products, and processes. Addressing the mathematics students, Froelich stated the need in the job market for engineers who possess integrity, a strong work ethic, and great processing skills.


After the presentation, Froelich guided the students on a tour of the plant and pointed out the many avenues for employment for college graduates with mathematics or science related degrees. Students were shown state-of-the-art technology used at the plant - such as a 3D printer and an electromagnetic interference testing lab.


Mathematics student Garrett Clark, of Seminole, stated, “I enjoyed seeing the electric lab where they tested for the electric field and the effect electricity can have on their products. We are learning about electricity and magnetism in Physics right now.”


Froelich said, “I view that both Enviro and I have an obligation to support the education of our youth.”


Enviro Systems, Inc. offers both scholarships and internships for students majoring in mathematics, science, engineering fields.


Enviro Systems, Inc. has grown to encompass 98,000 sq. feet with 155 employees including an engineering staff of 22 with 17 engineers.