Weldon Internship Program
What is an internship?
An undergraduate internship is a work experience for undergraduate students that usually includes working for a company for one semester or summer session.
Why do an internship?
An internship will provide you with valuable work experience which will give you a head start in your career as a biomedical engineer. As an intern, you will:
- Apply engineering skills in the real word
- Reinforce curriculum through experiential learning
- Clarify career goals and interests
- Facilitate professional development
- Enhance communications skills
- Build a long-lasting relationship with a company, which may lead to permanent employment upon graduation
What will you experience during an internship?
Companies place interns in a variety of roles. You might work in a wide range of areas including:
- Product Development
- Quality Assurance
- Regulatory Affairs
- Sales & Marketing
The Weldon School has established relationships with a variety of industry partners that provide internships to our students. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing our students with experiential opportunities that will enhance their engineering education while providing industry partners with knowledgeable and affordable future employees.
Industry partners interested in forming an internship agreement with the Weldon School may contact the Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs, Corey Linkel.