Kaiden Boucher, a student in the Outdoor Product Design & Development program at USU has accepted role as an Assistant Product Line Manager at TETON Sports.
As an Assistant Product Line Manager, Kaiden is excited to contribute to the industry that he's always been passionate about.
He says, "I'm stoked to start working at TETON Sports and contribute to an industry I have been passionate about since my first discovery of it. I'm ready to hit the ground running in the career I've been scouting for a long time. I'm grateful to the OPDD program and my peers for guiding me along my professional journey and helping me get where I am today."
Kaiden's success highlights the importance of hands-on, experiential learning in preparing students for the workforce. Utah State's OPDD program provides real-world experience and practical skills that are highly sought after by outdoor industry employers.
The outdoor industry is rapidly growing, providing exciting career opportunities for those with a passion for the outdoors and product design.