At any given time, the EDL has 4 or 6 EECE students on staff as Design Interns. These internships are a great way to work with seasoned engineers to gain practical experience and augment the material you learn in class. Typical responsibilities include schematic CAD entry, parts ordering, PCB layout, and circuit construction (soldering). As you gain experience, opportunities exist to perform circuit design, PLD and microcontroller programming, C and C++ software development, and LabView programming.
April and November are the best times to apply for internships as we are typically replacing graduating students; however, we accept applications year round. Internships are open to all ECE students and all levels (Freshman through Senior) are encouraged to apply - we will train you. Please note, due to the restrictions on some of our projects we must require that all interns are US Citizens. We typically require ~15 hours per week during the semester with the opportunity for 20-40 hours per week in the summer. However schedules are flexible as we understand that classes come first. If you are looking for a great working environment on campus where you can learn things that are relevant to your career you need to apply!
To apply for a position in the EDL, download the application and bring it to Burt Hall room 124 or room 128, or stop by Burt Hall and fill out an application (applications are hanging on the wall outside Rm. 124). Be sure to attach a resume which includes your local and permanent address, GPA, work experience, and a list of professors to be used as references. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Starting wage based on experience.
Do not send applications by email.