For My ILP I am working for a company that creates HFORD's (Handheld Fiber Optic Response Devices)for MRI scanners and researchers. I have part-timed with them over the summer, and they invited me back for my ILP. So far I have been there twice, for roughly 3 1/2 hours each time. I continued working with things I did over the summer and have also been able to use machinery that forms the products. It gives you a different point of view to put together a motherboard that will be used in a device later on. This will definitely be a great experience.