Bruno Loza owes his love of engineering to his stint as the aide to a technology advisor for his school district. He had to get good at building, fixing—and sometimes breaking—computers and wiring schools for internet access. Seeing an opportunity to turn his affinity for math into a real-world job, he began focusing on the idea of generating electrical energy and moving it places.
Now, as an electrical engineer in training in the Boise office, Bruno jumps at the chance to work on projects with a tight schedule. “I love working under pressure,” he says. His projects have included the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Boise, which required specific, specialized details that he enjoyed getting right.
An avid sports and music fan whose family owns a Mexican restaurant in Buhl, Idaho, Bruno is still having trouble finding Mexican food that stacks up to his mom’s. “It just doesn’t compare,” he says.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Engineer in Training I
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BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Idaho 2016
AS, Computer Engineering, College of Southern Idaho, 2012