EWI has a long-established internship program for graduate and undergraduate engineering students. Over the past 35 years, more than 150 interns have gained hands-on experience working with EWI subject matter experts in our labs and learning what applied R&D for manufacturing involves.
Every spring, EWI’s senior technical team selects a core of highly qualified students from U.S. engineering schools to fill spots across our technology specialties in both Columbus, OH, and Buffalo, NY. The focus areas change slightly from year to year, but generally include arc welding and DED processes, resistance and solid-state welding, polymer processing, laser processing, additive manufacturing, nondestructive evaluation, corrosion, and materials engineering. The Intern “class” generally starts working by late May, continuing through the summer. It not uncommon at the end of the season for several interns to stay on through the school year, working their EWI hours around their class schedules.
Do you know promising engineering students who are seeking practical experience in advanced technology application for manufacturing? If you have questions about the program, contact Nick Montgomery, Vice President of Human Resources, at [email protected].