Summer Internship & Fellowship Opportunities

Attention students! Spend your summer working alongside brilliant minds in engineering at some of the nation’s most prestigious companies and institutions, including Dassault Systemes, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sensata, and the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

Sensata

Electrical Engineering Intern

Asheville, NC

The Engineering Intern position offers a variety of opportunities including basic engineering tasks related to design, analysis, test, and integration engineering. The opportunity will be focused on Research & Development lab, New Product Development but will touch on manufacturing.

Engineering Interns will typically support one or more experienced engineers in performance of assignments, spend time shadowing as well as the day-to-day operations of the engineering department. Interns may perform and/or participate in additional activities/events which will help them build a strong network within our ThermoFisher community.

Sensata

Security Solutions Engineering Intern

Frederick, MD

The Solutions Engineering Internship position provides an opportunity for engineering students who are currently pursuing a computer science, computer engineering, or like engineering degree to get hands on experience working with engineers in a fast-paced software design and software quality assurance environment. The engineering intern will contribute across several security verticals including; cloud, network, endpoint, and event logging. The position starts in June, paid working 40 hours per week through August. Opportunity exists for this position to continue through the academic year on a part-time basis to allow for class schedules.

Sensata

Software Development ServiceNow Intern

Pittsburgh, PA

The Software Development Service Now intern will develop automated tests and streamline continuous integration and deployment for process modules tied to ServiceNow.

Sensata

Protein Biology R&D Sr. Intern

Rockford, IL

Protein Biology Research and Development Internship position provides an excellent opportunity for students to get hands on experience working with our scientific staff on an individual technical project leading to a poster and oral presentation that will be presented at the end of the internship at the Summer Science Forum on August 6th 2021. The position starts on May 17th and runs for 12 weeks with paid 40 working hours per week. The R&D intern works under the close supervision of the assigned mentor and R&D Manager; and will be in close contact with Product and Program Managers.

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Intern II – R&D, Assay Development

Eugene, OR 

Thermo Fisher Scientific is seeking and intern in the biology R&D group. The group is focused on developing fluorescence-based assays for detection and quantitation of biomolecules. The selected candidate will be part of a highly innovative and interdisciplinary team, with an opportunity to learn about product development and research activities in an industry setting. Under the supervision of a senior R&D scientist, the intern will work on project background research, planning and experimental assay development design. The intern will also provide laboratory hands-on support work pertinent to the assigned project; will perform statistical data analysis, and present results to the broader R&D group.

Sensata

Client Value Associate – Energy and Materials

Irving, TX

Imagine New Horizons… 

You have dreams? You enjoy a challenge? Here at Dassault Systèmes, we empower people with passion to change the world. Let’s open new horizons together with the power of 3DEXPERIENCE virtual universes!

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How to Apply

  • Apply directly to Dassault Systemes here.

The challenges ahead…
We are seeking a key Client Value Associate who will successfully generate pipeline for assigned accounts to increase 3DS penetration and revenue growth on a mid and long-term basis for Customer Solution Experience accounts.

Note: the Client Value Associate is an entry sales  position within our Customer Solution Experience  direct sales channel for the Energy & Materials Industry. The CVA will work closely with a senior sales professional for a specified customer landscape to develop a marketing plan, understand the customer challenges, engage assigned customers in pipeline development activities, explore the shared vision, and validate leads and opportunities with the client team.

What will your role be?

  • Deliver market development plan by understanding organizational priorities, strategic accounts, involving 3DS Ecosystem consistent with the VALUE ENGAGEMENT process.
  • Support the overall relationship and outcome of specific assigned accounts by contributing to the corporate customer relationship, process discipline, and being accountable for business outcomes.

 

Your Success factors? 

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1-2 years of experience in software environment is a plus
  • Industry experience in Energy & Materials, Construction or other related industries is a plus

Areas of competency include:

  • Industry Knowledge
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Financial/Business Acumen
  • Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Influencing skills
  • Interpersonal Relationship skills
  • Cultural Knowledge & Sensitivity
  • Accountability for Business Outcomes
Sensata

Business Development Representative

Auburn Hills, MI

Imagine New Horizons… 

Do you want to be inspired and enjoy coming to work? At Dassault Systèmes, we empower our employees and support their passion to change the world and create the future. Let’s design new horizons together with the power of 3DEXPERIENCE virtual universes! Shape your career with 3DS! #WeAre3DS

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How to Apply

  • Apply directly to Dassault Systemes here.

 The Challenges Ahead 

We are seeking a Sales Representative candidate, with a proven record of software sales success, to implement strategic plans to drive net new sales of the 3DExperience platform via the multiple Dassault Systemés brands of software solutions into the respective industry.

Note:This role is designed for early-career stage sales professionals and intended to be an eventual path into a Client Executive role.

 What will your role be? 

  •  Identify new opportunities and markets for the 3DS portfolio by prospecting within assigned account list
  •  Relationship building and cross-brand selling within assigned list of existing Dassault Systèmes  customers
  •  Execute against the defined strategic plans (Customer Value Model) for each prospect/customer with focus on net new business development
  •  Coordinate various 3DS resources to ensure customer satisfaction and to fully represent the entire portfolio of Dassault Systèmes  products and services
  •  Establish and develop “trusted advisor” relationships with customers at all levels
  •  Negotiate and closes software and services agreements for all 3DS product lines
  •  Assure a high level of quality and customer satisfaction
  •  Support Client Executive to update account plans and forecasts for all assigned accounts
  •  Coordinates activities within extended internal teams including sales, pre-sales, post sales, consulting staff

Your Key Success Factors

This individual should have strong prospecting skills and be highly motivated to be successful.  Must be highly ambitious and self-motivated, with a positive can-do attitude, and with strong business and financial acumen.

 Additional requirements include the following:

  •   2-4 years’ experience in a client-facing role
  •   Some knowledge of the following industries: Aerospace & Defense, High Tech, Transportation & Mobility, Manufacturing
  •   Software sales experience preferred
  •   Strong teaming, communications, and organizational skills
  •   Bachelor’s degree in Business or Engineering preferred
  •   Fluency in English required
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Customer Value Associate – Aerospace and Defense

Altham, MA

Imagine New Horizons

You have dreams? You enjoy a challenge? Here at Dassault Systèmes, we empower people with passion to change the world. Let’s open new horizons together with the power of 3DEXPERIENCE virtual universes!

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How to Apply

  • Apply directly to Dassault Systemes here.

The challenges ahead…
We are seeking a key Client Value Associate who will successfully generate pipelines for assigned accounts to increase 3DS penetration and revenue growth on a mid and long-term basis for Customer Solution Experience accounts.

Note: the Client Value Associate is an entry sales position within our Customer Solution Experience direct sales channel for the Aerospace & Defense Industry. 

The CVA will work closely with a senior sales professional for a specified customer landscape to develop a marketing plan, understand the customer challenges, engage assigned customers in pipeline development activities, explore the shared vision, and validate leads and opportunities with the client team.

What will your role be?

  • Deliver market development plan by understanding organizational priorities, strategic accounts, involving 3DS Ecosystem consistent with the VALUE ENGAGEMENT process.
  • Support the overall relationship and outcome of specific assigned accounts by contributing to the corporate customer relationship, process discipline, and being accountable for business outcomes.

Your Success factors?

  • Business or Engineering degree preferred.  
  • MBA preferable but not required.
  • 1-2 years of experience in software environment is a plus

Areas of competency include:

  • Industry Knowledge
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Financial/Business Acumen
  • Communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Influencing skills
  • Interpersonal Relationship skills
  • Cultural Knowledge & Sensitivity
  • Accountability for Business Outcomes
Sensata

Sales Expert – Customer Value Coordinator

US Remote

Imagine New Horizons

Do you want to be inspired and enjoy coming to work? At Dassault Systèmes, we empower our employees and support their passion to change the world and create the future. Let’s design new horizons together with the power of 3DEXPERIENCE virtual universes! Shape your career with 3DS! Visit our website – www.3DS.com.

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How to Apply

  • Apply directly to Dassault Systemes here.

What will your role be?

Responsible for pipeline generation for assigned accounts to increase 3DS penetration and revenue growth on a mid and long-term basis for my Customer Solution Experience accounts.

  • Deliver market development plan by understanding my organizational priorities, understanding my strategic accounts, involving 3DS Ecosystem consistent with the VALUE ENGAGEMENT process.
  • Support the overall relationship and outcome of my assigned accounts by contributing to the corporate customer relationship, process discipline, and being accountable for business outcomes.
  • Client Value Associate is an entry sales expert position within our Customer Solution Experience channel.  The targeted areas of competency are Industry Knowledge, Strategic Thinking, Financial / Business Acumen, Communication & Influence skills, Interpersonal Relationship skills, Cultural Knowledge & Sensitivity, and Accountability for Business Outcomes.

The Challenges Ahead 

The role will work closely with a senior sales professional for a specified customer landscape to develop a marketing plan, understand the customer challenges, engage assigned customers in pipeline development activities, explore the shared vision, and validate leads and opportunities with the client team.

Success Factors

Business or Engineering degree preferred.  MBA preferable but not required.

Hard Skills:

  • PLM experience a plus
  • Business acumen
  • Change management
  • Forecast future levels of business
  • Implement sales strategies
  • Implement strategic management
  • Engage on value
  • Excellent English written and verbal skills 

Soft Skills:

  • Actions / Results oriented
  • Active collaboration
  • Adaptability & Agility
  • Creativity & Innovation
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Sensata Technologies Mechanical Engineering Intern

Thousand Oaks, CA

Sensata Interns have the unique opportunity to work on a technical project in one of our engineering divisions. Throughout the internship experience, you will receive direct feedback from peers and managers, engage with other interns in the program, and will have multiple learning opportunities through Lunch and Learn presentations and training courses. Our Intern Program is inclusive to all our US sites and is designed to give each intern a concentrated view of what it is like to be an engineer at Sensata.

Internship projects vary from year to year and are based on current business needs at the time of the internship. Specific details will be provided prior to your start date, but all projects are technical and require a sound understanding of engineering principles.

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected].

As a Mechanical Engineering intern possible responsibilities could include: 

  • Build, test and debug prototype samples.  

  • Work in teams to solve complex technical problems and support high volume production lines.  

  • Create engineering prints and specifications.  

  • Apply statistical methods to data analysis.  

  • Interface with customers on key design issues.  

  • Work in teams to identify and implement the best possible solutions and support high volume production lines.  

  • Performing design verification on original and/or derivative ideas using diagnostic and experimental methods. 

  • Determines design approaches and parameters.  

  • Evaluate equipment to establish operating data, conducts experimental tests and evaluates results. 
     

Successful candidates will be able to: 

  • Apply core engineering concepts to solve complex, unfamiliar, and novel problems 

  • Clearly and concisely communicate complex information to peers, managers, and customers 

  • Take initiative and think creatively 

  • Overcome obstacles and tenaciously drive to achieve goals 

  • Achieve results with teams, as a colleague and as a leader 

Requirements: 

  • Must be currently pursuing B.S., M.Eng., or M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited program 

  • U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident is NOT required for this position, however proper work authorizations will be required.

 

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Sensata Technologies Supply Chain Intern

 Attleboro, MA

Our internship is designed to provide individuals with challenging projects and related work assignments, insight into our growing organization, and direct access to senior leaders at Sensata. The internship will be a realistic job preview as to what it is like to work at Sensata and a chance for interns to showcase their skills and abilities. Our twelve-week program includes informational lunch and learns, group outings and networking, and opportunities to interact with global team members.

Supply Chain Interns will be assigned to a specific project within one of our Global Operations functions (Planning, Logistics, Customer Service, Procurement, or Manufacturing Operations). Assigned projects will be high visibility, strategic projects that will make an impact on the organization. 

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected].

Desired Skills: 

  • Outstanding leadership potential 

  • Passion for learning  

  • Desire to start your career in Operations  

  • Able to lead in a rapid growth environment 

  • Demonstrated critical & strategic thinking capability 

  • Strong analytical skills 

  • Strong verbal and written communication 

  • Ability to influence and build rapport with colleagues and customers 

  • Proven ability to plan, organize and drive business results 

  • Self-starter capable of leading in a matrixed environment  

  • Ability to operate and communicate as part of a global team 

  • Ability to present to senior management both internally and externally 

Background:  

  • Working towards Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management or related field  

  • Prior work experience a plus 

  • Campus or extracurricular involvement a plus  

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Sensata Technologies Electrical Engineering Intern

 Attleboro, MA

 Sensata Interns have the unique opportunity to work on a technical project in one of our engineering divisions. Throughout the internship experience, you will receive direct feedback from peers and managers, engage with other interns in the program, and will have multiple learning opportunities through Lunch and Learn presentations and training courses. Our Intern Program is inclusive to all our US sites and is designed to give each intern a concentrated view of what it is like to be an engineer at Sensata.

Internship projects vary from year to year and are based on current business needs at the time of the internship. Specific details will be provided prior to your start date, but all projects are technical and require a sound understanding of engineering principles.

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected].

 As an Electrical Engineering intern possible responsibilities could include:

  • Support multiple new applications, defining use of existing ASICs and new ASIC needs
  • Build and test prototype samples
  • Work in teams to solve complex technical problems and support high volume production lines
  • Create engineering prints and specifications
  • Use computers to model device performance and visualize complex designs.
  • Apply statistical methods to data analysis
  • Interface with customers on key design issues
  • Work in teams to identify and implement the best possible solutions and support high volume production lines
  • Responsible for designing, developing, modifying and evaluating electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for electronic equipment and other hardware systems
  • Determine design approaches and parameters
  • Evaluates equipment to establish operating data, conducts experimental tests and evaluates results
  • Selects components and equipment based on analysis of specifications and reliability

Successful candidates will be able to:

  • Apply core engineering concepts to solve complex, unfamiliar, and novel problems
  • Clearly and concisely communicate complex information to peers, managers, and customers
  • Take initiative and think creatively
  • Overcome obstacles and tenaciously drive to achieve goals
  • Achieve results with teams, as a colleague and as a leader

 Requirements:

  • Must be currently pursuing B.S., M.Eng., or M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering, Systems Engineering or similar from an accredited program
  • U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident is NOT required for this position, however proper work authorizations will be required.

 

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Sensata Technologies Process Engineering Intern

 Attleboro, MA, Thousand Oaks, CA

Sensata Interns have the unique opportunity to work on a technical project in one of our engineering divisions. Throughout the internship experience, you will receive direct feedback from peers and managers, engage with other interns in the program, and will have multiple learning opportunities through Lunch and Learn presentations and training courses. Our Intern Program is inclusive to all our US sites and is designed to give each intern a concentrated view of what it is like to be an engineer at Sensata.

Internship projects vary from year to year and are based on current business needs at the time of the internship. Specific details will be provided prior to your start date, but all projects are technical and require a sound understanding of engineering principles.

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected].

As a Process Engineering intern possible responsibilities could include:

  • Full ownership of product design and product development
  • Performing design verification on original and/or derivative ideas using analytical and experimental methods
  • Maintaining product documentation (drawings and specs)
  • Preparing, testing, and debugging prototypes (assignments are hands-on)

Successful candidates will be able to:

  • Apply core engineering concepts to solve complex, unfamiliar, and novel problems
  • Clearly and concisely communicate complex information to peers, managers, and customers
  • Take initiative and think creatively
  • Overcome obstacles and tenaciously drive to achieve goals
  • Achieve results with teams, as a colleague and as a leader

Requirements:

  • Must be currently pursuing B.S., M.Eng., or M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering, Systems Engineering or similar from an accredited program
  • U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident is NOT required for this position, however proper work authorizations will be required.

 

 Chegg Data Science Internship Opportunity

* This opportunity is geared toward engineering, computer science, or data science students at a four-year university. *

Chegg is looking for highly motivated interns to join their team and work on a number of applied data science and analytics problems within the education and career space. Interns on their Data Science team will apply data mining and analytical skills to help make critical business decisions and drive key business metrics.

The Chegg Skills Data Science & Analytics team is composed of data scientists and business analysts.  The team influences strategy and works closely with the product, engineering, marketing, and business leaders and is responsible for generating insights and reporting for the new careers products and services at Chegg.

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected]

Additional Info

  • The deadline to apply is April 1, 2021.
  • The start date is June 7, and the program lasts 12 weeks.

  • Internships are virtual.

  • Interns receive compensation.

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with others on the Data Science & Analytics team, as well as cross-functionally with product, marketing, engineering, and business teams to understand project goals.
  • Identify, gather and transform data from a variety of sources.
  • Perform rigorous statistical analysis, including significance testing, forecasting, and modeling.
  • Build dashboards, slide decks, reports, and presentations to share analytical insights with stakeholders and business leaders. 

Requirements:                  

  • Pursuing a Bachelor/MS Degree in a quantitative field (computer science, statistics, engineering, economics, or a related field)
  • A strong interest in using data mining and statistical models to understand user needs, drive business metrics and improve product efficiencies
  • Strong data extraction skills using SQL
  • Experience with advanced analytical and data visualization methods
  • Experience with a scripting language, preferably python or R
  • Self-motivated; independent, organized and proactive; highly responsive, flexible, and adaptable when working across multiple product teams
  • Comfort working in a fast-paced environment with real-world data that may be ambiguous or incomplete
  • Strong creative and critical thinking skills. Attention to details.
  • Buy-in to Chegg’s mission of providing support for students undertaking their next big challenge
  • Be legally allowed to work in the US (US citizen, green card, or F1 student visa holder)
  • Have the ability to intern in Santa Clara, California
  • Have the ability to work for a continuous 10 weeks in the summer of 2021

Nice to have:

  • Experience with Databricks
  • Experience using Amazon Web Services
  • Experience building dashboards through platforms like Tableau

 Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.

  • Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.

  • Students should have at least one previous hands-on internship experience in engineering, computer science, data science, or have worked with a hands-on team in any of the aformentioned fields of study on their college campus.

  • Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.

 Chegg Business Analyst Internship Opportunity

* This opportunity is geared toward engineering, computer science, or data science students at a four-year university. *

The Analytics group at Chegg is a central group that enables data-driven decision making at Chegg – we use data and analyses to support every business line and the marketing and product organizations.  It is a team composed of analysts, data scientists, economists, mathematicians, statisticians, and engineers.  This group is part of the larger data organization at Chegg that focuses on enabling data and insights at scale. We use a world-class set of instrumentation, analysis, and data science technologies to transform our data into insights and then into knowledge. While the analytics group is centralized, we heavily partner with our stakeholders to ensure insights delivered are directly usable for decision making and ultimately add value to Chegg. In short, we are a diverse team who absolutely love working with data to help Chegg deliver on our Student First mission!  

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected]

 Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.

  • Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.

  • Students should have at least one previous hands-on internship experience in engineering, computer science, data science, or have worked with a hands-on team in any of the aformentioned fields of study on their college campus.

  • Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.

 Additional Info

  • The deadline to apply is April 1, 2021.
  • The start date is June 7, and the program lasts 12 weeks.

  • Internships are virtual.

  • Interns receive compensation.

 

BUSINESS ANALYST INTERN

  • The Role
    • Core analytics: derive insights on conversion, retention and financial performance
    • Identify key levers in the business and support goal-setting process by uncovering trends
    • Conduct and present ad-hoc analyses to inform roadmap decisions and investments
    • Build thoughtful and detailed models to support business cases
    • Partner with engineers, marketers and product managers to solve pressing issues and build new features
  • The Requirements  
    • Diligent and consistent ability to follow-through on long, comprehensive projects
    • Strong analytical skills, organization skills and attention to detail
    • Ability to understand the big picture and the fine details around a business area
    • Ability to communicate ideas and key points clearly with every level within the organization
    • Support the company’s corporate culture including adhering to established ethical standards
    • Must be persistent, creative and have strong team skills
  • Qualifications  
    • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in a quantitative field (Sciences, Engineering, Economics, etc.).
    • Proficiency in writing SQL queries for data manipulation.
    • Familiarity with web analytics platforms such as Google Analytics, Adobe Analytics or others.
    • Bonus points if you have experience using R or Python
    • Passionate about producing high-quality analytics deliverables and communicating results to a broad audience.
    • Self-motivated; independent, organized and proactive; highly responsive, flexible, and adaptable when working across multiple business units and product teams.
  • What project will the intern work on?
    • Business analytics on Chegg’s Learning Services team, including Expert Q&A, Textbook Solutions, Tutoring, and Chegg Prep. The intern will analyze data on Chegg users’ engagement and retention and uncover insights that will help drive business and product decisions.
  • What skills will the intern gain?
    • SQL
    • Excel
    • data analysis
    • creating dashboards
    • data communication

 Chegg Software Engineer Internship Opportunity

* This opportunity is geared toward engineering, computer science, or data science students at a four-year university. *

As a Chegg Software Engineering Intern, you have the unique and enviable opportunity to design, develop and deliver core experiences across all of our consumer products at Chegg.  Every day, your work gets to impact millions of students interacting with our site on both desktop and mobile. Your solutions ensure a scalable, reusable, efficient and reliable web platform serving the real-time demands of the Chegg ecosystem.

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How to Apply

  • Create your FREE digital portfolio on Tallo by clicking here.
  • Send your cover letter and completed digital portfolio link to [email protected]

 Eligibility Criteria

  • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.

  • Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program.

  • Students should have at least one previous hands-on internship experience in engineering, computer science, data science, or have worked with a hands-on team in any of the aformentioned fields of study on their college campus.

  • Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.

Additional Info

  • The deadline to apply is April 1, 2021.
  • The start date is June 7, and the program lasts 12 weeks.

  • Internships are virtual.

  • Interns receive compensation. 

SOFTWARE ENGINEER INTERN

  • Organization: Engineering
    • Engineering teams are central to Chegg – they comprise both the client-facing interface and the backbone of our products, building everything we offer; running, tracking and making ship happen! Engineering comprises of teams with accomplished individual contributors, influencers, visionaries, and teachers.  The various teams influence the technology strategy at Chegg; providing elements of the support that enables us to serve our students with reliable, performant and on-time software.   
  • Role:  Software Engineering Intern (back-end)
  • Responsibilities: 
    • Create and support highly scalable and fault-tolerant programs that will interface with our core transactional systems. 
    • Constantly look for ways to improve application performance
    • Work with peer engineers and product managers to define new applications and features
    • Bring new and fresh ideas to the table
  •  Requirements:           
    • Currently pursuing a BS or MS in Computer Science or related discipline 
    • Be legally allowed to work in the US (US citizen, green card, or F1 student visa holder)
    • Have the ability to intern in our San Francisco, California office
    • Have the ability to work 40 hours per week
    • Have a solid foundation in Computer Science with strong competencies in data structures, algorithms, software design, and relational database
    • Have a solid Java programming skill
    • Ability to decompose complex problems into manageable units of work Have the ability to work in a team environment as well as autonomously
    • Have a passion for helping students
  • What project will the intern work on?
    • Intern will be offered a prominent role in the design and implementation of the distributed, fault-tolerant, service orchestration architecture used for the backend software services and functions in the Outcomes product. Intern will get to see how distributed systems theory works in practice, and will get to write production-quality code that will see regular use at scale.
  • What skills will the intern gain?
    • Distributed Computing and Scheduling, Fault-Tolerant Software Design, Java Programming, Core Linux, Amazon Web Services, Software Architecture Principles.

 

National Air and Space Museum Center for Earth and Planetary Studies Internship

Do you dream of exploring new frontiers in space? Through the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum’s Center for Earth and Planetary Studies Internship, students will help map Runoff Production on Early Mars.

 

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The selected intern will map valley networks carved by running water during early
history of Mars and investigate why these valleys preferentially formed in some
locations rather than others. For example, surface characteristics such as slope,
contributing area, roughness, and topographic contour curvature may have
encouraged water to collect and floe downslope locally. The project involves mapping
with ArcGIS software on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera image mosaics,
as well as collection of measurements from image and topographic datasets. The
internship will be virtual.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Actively enrolled in community college
  • Studying geology, geography, physics, astronomy, computer science,
    Earth/environmental science.
  • Strong computer and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge in computer programming
  • Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
  • Students must demonstrate a financial need
  • Must complete a pre-employment background investigation 

Additional Details

  • Participants will receive a $5,500 stipend for the 10-week program.
  • Students will use and improve skills working with ArcGIS software by digitizing and tracking feature locations, transitions, characteristics and morphologies

*NOT OPEN* Blue Origin Summer Internship Opportunity

* This opportunity is geared toward engineering students at a four-year university and who are participating in the Base 11 Space Challenge. *

Do you have a passion for human spaceflight systems?  At Blue Origin, interns work directly under the mentorship of staff engineers to design, develop and construct human spaceflight systems. Each intern works on a real-world project in fields of mechanical design, fluids, aerodynamics, rocket propulsion, flight controls, electronics, avionics, enterprise software, flight software, human safety, structures, or systems engineering. Interns gain real-life experience that allows them to apply classroom learning to real aerospace challenges.

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    Eligibility Criteria

    • Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. permanent resident (current Green Card holder), or lawfully admitted into the U.S. as a refugee or granted asylum.

    • Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program and have at least one semester of school remaining after the internship.

    • Students should have at least one previous hands-on internship experience in engineering, or have worked with a hands-on engineering team on their college campus (such as rocketry, automotive, robotics)

    • Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.

     Additional Info

    • The start date is in May or June, and the program lasts 12 to 15 weeks.

    • Internships are available at Blue Origin’s headquarters in Kent, Washington, in addition to their facilities in West Texas and Cape Canaveral, Florida

    • Housing or a housing stipend is provided

    • Travel expenses to and from the internship location and your school or home are covered

    • Interns receive competitive compensation 

    *NOT OPEN* Autonomous Systems Engineering Academy Program

    Do you want to learn how to design, build, and fly a drone? Through this program, students learn the fundamentals of aerospace design, computer-aided design, 3D printing, basic electronics, and fabrication techniques. By working in teams under the guidance of graduate and undergraduate engineering and computer science students at the University of California, Irvine, students also gain experience with business plans, rapid-prototyping, and collaborative problem solving.

    To learn more about what it’s like interning at UCI, check out this awesome video of the Summer 2019 cohort! Base 11 Fellow Will O’Connell also shares his experience in Engineering is the Right Choice for me

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    Eligibility Criteria

    • U.S. Citizen, national, or permanent resident
    • Minimum age 18
    • Actively enrolled in community college
    • Minimum 3.25 GPA for science, engineering and math courses
    • Completion of two college level calculus courses by June 2020
    • Completion of three science or engineering courses – one of which must have a laboratory component – by June 2020
    • Plans to return to a 2-year institution in Fall 2020

    Additional Details

    • Participating students will receive a $4,200 stipend for the six-week program paid in two installments (week 1 for $3,200, and week 6 for $1,000).
    • Participants will work under the guidance of graduate and undergraduate UCI engineering and computer science students.
    • Participating students will collaborate with mentors to define, build, and test mini projects.
    • At the conclusion of the program, students will prepare a poster and technical oral presentation.
    • This is a residential program in which students are required to live on campus for the duration of the program.
    • Housing is included and is separate from the stipend.
    • Meals are not included.

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    Eligibility Criteria

    • Students should demonstrate an interest and aptitude in aerospace engineering and aviation,
    • Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA

     

    Additional Details

    • Participants will receive a total of $6,750 stipend for the 10-week program.
    • The approx. cost for housing if the student opts to live on campus is $2800-$3100 (to be deducted from total award), otherwise, the student keeps the total amount.
    • Students collaborate with mentors to define and develop a project.
    • Participants write research proposals for their projects, working with their graduate student mentors
    • The proposals and are reviewed by Faculty advisor
    • Students carry out the work over a 10-week period in the summer, mid-June to late August
    • At the conclusion of the program, they submit a technical paper and give an oral presentation in the department modeled on professional technical meetings
    • For enrichment to the research experience, the participating students are invited to attend the following:
      • Informal talks and research group meetings with GALCIT students and faculty
      • Weekly seminars by Caltech Faculty
      • A professional development series sponsored by the Student-Faculty Program on developing a research career, graduate school admissions, and other topics of interest to future researchers
      • Various social and cultural activities
      • Special field trips

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