If you’ve touched a phone screen or wearable device today, or communicated across the world, you’ve probably benefited from technology made by Corning. One of the world’s leading innovators in materials science, developing expertise in glass science, ceramics and optical physics over more than 165 years, Corning joined the LGO partnership to bring students on as interns in cutting-edge manufacturing technology projects, as well as recruiting LGOs to their General Manager pipeline rotational program. Corning’s internship projects tend to focus on applying advanced analytics to continuous process manufacturing or to supply chain dynamics.

Victoria Knight (LGO ’13)

Strategy Manager, Emerging Innovations Group, Corning
At LGO: MBA & SM Engineering Systems
Previous studies: MIT, Architecture
After starting her career in medical devices, Victoria leveraged her LGO experience—including an internship at General Motors—to shift into manufacturing and innovation at Corning. At Corning she has been a manufacturing strategy analyst as well as a quality engineer in a manufacturing plant. In 2019 she advanced to a Strategy Manager role, leading a team that looks at new applications for Corning products and spaces where Corning can innovate further in glass and ceramics.