Internship Opportunities

Transforming the Innovations of Tomorrow into the Solutions of Today

 

Join students in a learning structure where they take on individual work. One of the main objectives of the Olson Center is to integrate students into projects that they can learn from.

Olson Center opportunities

electrical Controls Engineering Internship
The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center is looking to expand its team with multiple internship opportunities available in both the communications and engineering fields.  All CEPS majors with an interest in the following areas should consider applying: manufacturing, robotics, automation, 3D printing, design and simulation, sensors and controllers, programming, cybersecurity, augmented and virtual reality, biomedical technologies.

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About the Olson Center:

Founded in 2016, the UNH John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center serves as a resource for industry; providing information, education, collaborations, and solutions related to advanced manufacturing, materials, and product innovations. Interconnecting manufacturers and the University, the Olson Center provides industry with access to the expertise and resources of the University and students and faculty with access to industrial environments and applications

 

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electrical Controls Engineering Internship
Do you want to:
  • Acquire hands-on experience

  • Solve real world problems

  • Work with industry partners

  • Utilize the latest state-of-the-art technologies

 

TO APPLY:

Email us at Olson.Center@unh.edu with the following information:

  • A short letter explaining why you are interested in the Olson Center

  • Describe any related experience

  • Your resume

  • Your transcript (informal)

 

Additional information 

The Olson Center’s Scholars program provides students with early insight into their future careers through an integrated year-long internship experience. During the semester Olson Center Scholars are expected to work 5-10 hours per week, and are allowed flexible schedules to accommodate their classes, exams, project meetings, and other academic priorities.

 All Olson scholars students are required to participate in the summer internship during their first year in the scholars program. In subsequent years the student may choose to work during the semester, or the summer, or both. Scholarship support is available through fall of senior year.

Eligibility 

—  Full time student status

—  Financial aid eligible ​​​

—  Enrollment in a UNH CEPS major

Computer ScienceElectrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or other high technology field

 

Deadlines:

2023-2024 Scholar applications open October 1st, 2022

Deadline: November 28th, 2022

Scholarship recipients will be notified by early January

 

Provides:
Up to $2,500 in funding as an academic-year scholar
Secured paid summer internship at the Olson Center
Potential for two additional years of continuing support
 

Location:

The Olson Center is located at 121 Technology Drive on the edge of UNH Durham campus, the center has a parking lot with those for vehicles. It is also stop 191 on the Cottages-Connector routine shuttle service on the main campus and is serviced on request.  All passengers should speak to the driver to get off at that stop. To request a pick up; call 862-2328 x2.

electrical Controls Engineering Internship
Responsibilities:
  • Expected 5-10 hours per week, flexible around class schedules

  • Maintain a safe and clean work-shop environment

  • Attend weekly (brief) project updates

 
Qualifications
  • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills

  • Self-motivated learning to meet project requirements

 

Duration:

The intern has the flexibility to decide how long they want their individual time at the Olson Center to last. Some students have semester long internships and others last longer. The start and end date is up to each applicant.

 

Compensation:

Paid - $14 per hour

 
TO APPLY:

Please email Nathan.Daigle@unh.edu with your interest. Please provide your resume and contact information.

 

 

Additional Information:

As an Olson Center Engineering Intern you will have the opportunity to utilize state of the art technologies to: work on projects and build relationships with industry partners; provide science/ engineering services for UNH and local companies; and work on developing new technologies.

 

Location:

The Olson Center is located at 121 Technology Drive on the edge of UNH Durham campus, the center has a parking lot with those for vehicles. It is also stop 191 on the Cottages-Connector routine shuttle service on the main campus and is serviced on request.  All passengers should speak to the driver to get off at that stop. To request a pick up; call 862-2328 x2.

electrical Controls Engineering Internship

Marketing / Media, & Video Production roles Available

Do you want:
  • A flexible internship. that can be tailored to your schedule

  • Have opportunities to work on projects with NH businesses and Industry Partners  

  • A work study opportunity

 
Job Duties & responsibilities:
  • A minimum commitment of 5 hours per week, flexible around class schedules

  • Creating content for social media accounts and website 

  • Learn to update a website using drupal  

  • Work on design and layout of brochures and fliers

  • Write articles about collobrations between the center and its partners  

 

Qualifications:
  • Eager to explore new. avenues of marketing and media strategies

  • Proficient in Publisher, Powerpoint, and Microsoft Office

  • Creative thinking and an eye for detail

 
TO APPLY:

Email Katie.Ahearn@unh.edu with your interest, resume and contact information.

 

 

Compensation:

Paid - $14 an hour

 

Location:

The Olson Center is located at 121 Technology Drive on the edge of UNH Durham campus, the center has a parking lot with those for vehicles. It is also stop 191 on the Cottages-Connector routine shuttle service on the main campus and is serviced on request.  All passengers should speak to the driver to get off at that stop. To request a pick up; call 862-2328 x2.

electrical Controls Engineering Internship

 

The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center under UNH’s College of Engineering and Physical Sciences offers internships at the high school level that provide both real world experience and a tremendous opportunity to gain a better understanding of the manufacturing industry.

 

Are you interested in:
  • Automated Manufacturing

  • CNC Machining

  • 3D Printing

 
Qualifications:
  • Strong critical thinking skills

  • Interested in the world of advanced manufacturing 

 
TO APPLY:

Please email Olson.Center@unh.edu with your interest. Please provide your interests and contact information.

 

 

Additional Information:

Projects at the Olson Center range across a broad spectrum of fields, including engineering design, equipment fabrication, manufacturing process innovation, materials characterization, robotics, automation, sensor development, vision, and cybersecurity, to name a few, the Olson Center Interns Teams provide a multidisciplinary backdrop of skills and expertise.

 

Location:

The Olson Center is located at 121 Technology Drive on the edge of UNH Durham campus, the center has a parking lot with those for vehicles. It is also stop 191 on the Cottages-Connector routine shuttle service on the main campus and is serviced on request.  All passengers should speak to the driver to get off at that stop. To request a pick up; call 862-2328 x2.

electrical Controls Engineering Internship

The John Olson Center for Advanced Manufacturing is looking for engineering interns with electrical, network, controls, programming experience.

As an Olson Center Engineering Intern you will have the opportunity to utilize state of the art technologies to: work on projects and build relationships with industry partners; provide science/engineering services for UNH and local companies; and work on developing new technologies.

 

Responsibilities:
  • Minimum commitment of 5 hours per week, flexible around class schedules
  • Contribute to regular project meetings with other engineers
Qualifications:
 
  • Strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Self-motivated learning to meet project requirements
  • Knowledge of
    • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) or similar
    • Network communication protocols

 

Bonuses:
 
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Machine shop experience
  • 3D printing
  • Electronics / soldering
  • Robotics
  • Programming

 

Would you like to apply? 

Email email your resume and cover letter to Nathan.Dagile@unh.edu