Hot Section Engineering Design Internship Program

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Are you interested in being selected for a design discipline internship? Hot Section Engineering at Pratt & Whitney is looking for a mechanical and/or aerospace engineering degree student.
Candidates in their freshman, sophomore and junior years of an undergraduate program are encouraged to apply for this amazing opportunity.

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Great opportunity for engineering students.

Provider: Pratt & Whitney – A United Technology Company
Program Location: West Palm Beach in Florida, United States
Eligibility
To be eligible, applicants must:

Students in graduate programs are eligible
Candidates should be pursuing a BS or MS degree in Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0

Is Open for International Students: No
Is this Paid Position? This is a paid program.
Description
Hot Section Engineering is seeking highly qualified engineering students who wish to join in a design discipline internship which will have them participating in the execution of on-going design efforts across the entire PW product line.
Number of awards offered: Numbers not given
Duration: Not given
Notification: Not given
How to Apply
To join this program, candidates are required to register online.
Application Deadline: Ongoing

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