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Every so often, we get to meet alumni from either RamTech or Miami Coral Park Senior High School. At the Orlando FIRST Robotics Competition Regional, we got to meet a prominent alumnus who since his graduation from Miami Coral Park Senior High School has gone on to do amazing things.
Carlos del Sol was part of the third graduating class from Miami Coral Park. After graduating from Miami Coral Park, Carlos went on to study at the University of Florida earning a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering in 1972. From there he proceeded to work at General Electric for 15 years in Manufacturing Engineering.
After leaving General Electric, Carlos began to work at the Campbell Soup Company. While he was the Campbell Soup Company, he worked his way up the chain. In 1988, Carlos was promoted to the spot of Director of Advanced Engineering Systems until 1991. In 1991, he got promoted again to Group Director of Engineering Systems. Carlos wasn't done yet, however. He then went on to become Vice President of Engineering Systems from 1995 to 2002. Finally, Carlos earned one last promotion as Vice President of Global Engineering Systems and retired happily in 2011.
Now Carlos dedicates his time to mentoring FIRST Robotics Team 5145, WolfBotics from Gainsville, Florida. He also sits on University of Florida's College of Engineering, Dean's Advisory Board as the Chairman.
We are so proud of our alumni and what they have done since leaving Miami Coral Park.
Tony Argote, Jr. graduated Miami Coral Park's RamTech 59 in 2004. Since then, Tony has gone on to graduate from Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering and then proceeded to earn his Masters in Energy Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan. He has also gone on to accomplish many feats with one of his more notable ones being recognized as the HENAAC Most Promising Engineering, Masters Level in 2013. Tony earned this award for developing a key part for Chevy that would be used in the Chevy Volt. We are very proud of how our alumni continue to impress us beyond what they have accomplished in high school.