Internship Information

Internships are an important part of learning how to apply fundamental knowledge outside the classroom. Students learn life-long career skills like resume and cover letter preparation, networking, and career research skills in a one-credit class in the fall of their sophomore year.  Here is a list of recent internship locations and topics.

Many 10-week paid summer internships enable students to gain valuable experience and get hands-on training in areas like:

  • Fuel Cells
  • Materials Processing and Characterization
  • Computer-Aided Design
  • Micro-Electronics
  • Industrial Acoustic and Optical Sensors
  • Plasma Fusion Physics
  • Gravitational Theory
  • Astro-Particle Physics
Additional information is available through Career Services' Internship Search page.

Physics Intern