A unique program that is community-based and industry integrated.
An internship in your industry offers many short- and long-term benefits. You’ll:
These industry partners:
The following companies also offer internships:
As an NIU@RVC student, you’ll benefit from:
NIU@RVC interns have worked in a range of projects and departments, including:
Did you know? According to the periodical Machine Design:
A: I have gotten to work on a lot of cool projects and parts in my time at Woodward. On the shop floor I got to machine and make parts that went into the fuel system of the Blackhawk, Warthog and the Apache (aircraft). Currently, I am working on a project with a team of engineers to redesign a component of the fuel control for the Boeing 777. My main responsibilities have been to crunch test data we collect from testing and create reports to document every aspect of the test and results.
I have learned a lot from my internship. Some of the key things I have learned are:
A student entering this program needs to understand that the program is designed to have you work while going to school. Things will get tough. It will be hard. But the knowledge you gain, not only from your classes but from on the job experience, cannot be beaten. Getting on-the-job experience will put you further ahead than someone who has no experience and just a degree. So embrace the challenges and the hardship because it will pay off.