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Location:  North Carolina

A well-established engineering firm with over 30 offices nationwide & abroad currently has several part-time, paying internships available

Positions are available immediately through the fall and winter seasons. Duties include Pro/E (Pro Engineer) modeling & lite design work. Interns will be expected to work approximately 15-20 hours/week. Candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited Mechanical or Aerospace engineering college curriculum
Paid or Unpaid: Paid

 

Location:  Florida

Hydrologic modeling and River Restoration are essential components of the projects at the Caloosahatchee River. http://crca.caloosahatchee.org/newsletters/pdf/crca_newsletter_Jun04.pdf
The internship involves assisting in the development of the Restoration Assessment of the Caloosahatchee Oxbow at Old Ft. Denaud project. There are five aspects to this project (a) evaluate the hydraulic and ecological benefits of a channel dredging project (b) development of economics components of the decision support system, (c) the software structure and user interface development (d) development of improved design and management plans to enhance the beneficial outcomes of future restorations, (e) provide related educational programs for the general public and K-12 students. Interns assist on a subcomponent of one of these five aspects. Interns can also contribute to feasible opportunities to restore the fluvial ecosystem and support safe recreation while improving the hydrodynamic conditions, wildlife, and water quality and sedimentation characteristics.

Internship for Engineering, Information Technology, Science Students, Hydrology, Biology and Environmental Science students; Minimum 2.10 GPA

 


Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 

Location:  Florida

*******has developed a low-cost automatic water sampler that includes electronic, hydraulic, and mechanical components. This internship project involves assistance to the design and assembly of a composite water sampler housing and the associated mechanical components, using off-the-shelf components (relays, pumps, solenoid valves, etc.).
Previous interns have presented their work at national conferences such as the 2002 AWRA Conference in Philadelphia.

Engineering and Environmental Science Students.
Applicants should possess very strong engineering skills and demonstrate leadership, interpersonal and analytical thinking skills.


Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 

Location:  Florida

The goal of this SW Florida based program is to explore issues of water quality degradation as a consequence of the regional use of unsustainable methods for agricultural production.

This assignment involves serving as a field assistant responsible for maintenance of an extensive network of flow and water quality monitoring stations and developing innovative technical solutions to field instrumentation challenges in an effort to collect scientific data in support of planning efforts to meet new water quality goals. The assignment requires the analysis and reporting of collected data, developing project websites and attending periodic meetings with project partners and as well as university level scientists.

We are seeking strongly motivated students willing to assist dedicated agricultural/scientific scientists and engineers striving to explore and develop strategies to protect and enhance Florida's sensitive natural resources and restore the state's water quality, while sustaining an economically viable and compatible agricultural industry.

List of tasks:
- Perform field measurement tests according to specified methodology;
- Collect water samples during field trips;
- Process collected water samples in a laboratory;
- Analyze field and lab results;
- Document all activities in field logs or field data sheets;
- Identify and document potential quality control problems and develop new procedures for reducing them;
- Maintain field equipment in working condition;
- Document all preventative maintenance and repairs.

Internship for general Engineering and Science students

 


Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 
Location: California
Summer intern positions are available at our headquarters in California, and at our office in Virginia. Job assignments are primarily for college students at the sophomore level and above and are designed to give students the opportunity to work in scientific, technical or administrative areas of the company. The difficulty and level of responsibility of each job depends on the needs of the project and on the student's career interests and level of experience.
We seek students majoring in science and engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, information systems or mathematics. All majors will be considered.

We offer competitive compensation, attractive working conditions and a professional environment.
Paid or Unpaid: Paid

 
Location: Florida
Provider of agricultural engineering, water management, and water quality services. SDS specializes in hydrological monitoring equipment, BMP research, data collection, and results analysis.
Computer Science or Engineering Degrees preferred and at least a 2.10 GPA.
Paid or Unpaid: Paid

 

Location: Florida

Position Description: has developed a low-cost automatic water sampler that includes electronic, hydraulic, and mechanical components. This internship project would involve the design and assembly of a composite water sampler housing and the associated mechanical components, using off-the-shelf components (relays, pumps, solenoid valves, etc.).
Previous interns have presented their work at national conferences such as the 2002 AWRA Conference in Philadelphia.

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

 

Location: New York

Located in the heart of New York City, we are one of the largest independent software companies in the world and the largest software company located in Silicon VAlley. If you are creative, interested in collaborating with top minds, and you believe you can make a real difference, we could be  a natural fit.

Must be fluent in German. Translation Engineer (six month contract with a 3-6 month option) $18-21 an hour. 40 hrs a week, M-F, 9-5pm.

Paid or Unpaid: Unpaid

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