WSGC Student Spotlight: Jesse Lambrecht
Congratulations to this week’s #WSGCStudentSpotlight, Jesse Lambrecht! Jesse is the recipient of an Elijah High-Altitude Balloon Research Scholarship and is currently a junior studying Mechanical Engineering at Milwaukee School of Engineering.
While at MSOE, Jesse has been involved in AIAA (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics), athletics, and the CREATE Institute. As an active member of AIAA, he has helped with the rocket team and served as secretary for the branch in the 2019-20 school year. Within athletics, Jesse was a cross country and track and field athlete. He held the school record for the indoor 5,000-meter run his freshman year and holds the 5th fastest time in cross country at MSOE. Jesse also worked with the CREATE Institute during his sophomore year which focuses on fostering the MSOE Mindset and promoting it on campus. Jesse was a student fellow with the CREATE Institute which involved conducting research, helping host events, and advocating for student engagement at MSOE. Jesse has also interned at Reynolds Consumer Products and General Electric. In the future, Jesse wants to pursue his PhD in aerospace engineering or mechanical engineering and work for a major aerospace company in research and development.
Congratulations Jesse, and best of luck to you in your future!