Graphic Controls is a growing Buffalo based Company specializing in printed products for the the gaming, medical, and recording supply markets. A global leader in these areas, Graphic Controls is expanding into new markets and is always looking for qualified candidates to grow with the Company.
In our commitment to the professional development of others, Graphic Controls offers various internship opportunities across all departments for students and upcoming professionals. We strive to provide our interns with a quality learning environment in order to help them acquire and develop the skills necessary for future job placement and advancement.
The mission of this internship program is to provide the opportunity for the intern to investigate a career opportunity in their area of study by applying knowledge learned in their course of study.
The Engineering Intern will apply learned engineering concepts in support of the Graphic Controls Engineering department. The intern will apply learned knowledge from various areas of their curriculum to projects within the Engineering function. This will include technical drawing and writing skills, project planning, layout drawing, and other Jr. Engineer tasks. It is also the objective to have the intern observe and experience the interaction and coordination of the Engineering Department with other departments within the Company including Technical Services, Engineering, Purchasing, Machine Shop, and Manufacturing.
This internship is anticipated for Summer 2013 (approximately 15 weeks) and requires 30-40 hours per week.
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Must currently be enrolled in, or have recently graduated from a Mechanical Engineering program. Bachelors program preferred.
- Must have proven experience with technical drawing and design, specifically in Autocad or Solidworks.
- If currently enrolled, must at least be in the Junior year of study.
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