2019 Summer - Mechanical Engineering Student opportunities

This requisition reflects potential co-op/intern openings for the Summer 2019 Session (May - August). This is a general job description and represents multiple openings in various departments. College students must apply to this requisition to indicate their interest.
Design opportunities may exist in the following areas:
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Assisting design engineers in developing / designing of future models and supporting the creation of drawings. Activities will include CAD design, creating Excel spreadsheets and Powerpoint documents, cost & weight calculations, attending meetings and working with other design/test groups, suppliers, manufacturing, etc
Testing opportunities may exist in the following areas:
NVH & Body Dynamics
Interior/Exterior Performance
Suspension & Steering Dynamics
Dynamic Performance
Engine Research
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Supporting the development of vehicle testing and countermeasure analysis. This would include assisting with problem and data analysis, countermeasures, test set-up, data acquisition, test monitoring and recording activities. Additional projects may include performance testing and reporting results.
Sessions are offered throughout the year in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.
Flexible work sessions - 3 month minimum length (6 month preferred)
Relocation/Housing Assistance (residence must be more than 75 miles away)
Currently pursuing a four year degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or like major (Freshman Year Completed)
Possess a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above
Proficient PC Skills, including but not limited to Excel, PowerPoint, MATLAB/LABVIEW, and database management.
Excellent communication/interpersonal skills required.
Completed statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, drafting, 3D CAD (Preferably CATIA)
Ability to travel and work overtime may be required.
Involvement with the Mini-Baja/Formula SAE/etc. and CAD design experience a plus.

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