As a Manufacturing Engineer in training at Georgia Southern University, there are many opportunities to gain valuable industrial experience with local and regional Manufacturing companies through internships and co-ops. Some key reasons to seek an internship or co-op include:
- Hands-on experience in manufacturing
- Mentorship from seasoned manufacturing engineers
- First-hand evaluation of various industries
- Polishing professional skills
- Applying skills learned in the classroom
More information related to internships and co-ops can be found on the Student Affairs, Career and Professional Development Internships and Co-Ops page.
The Manufacturing Engineering Department at Georgia Southern University has excellent relationships with local and regional Manufacturing Companies and have had great success placing students in internships and co-ops.
If you are a company and you are interested in setting up a co-op rotation with the Manufacturing Engineering Department at Georgia Southern University, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Director of Industrial Relations, Dr. Reinhold Gerbsch.
Last updated: 8/19/2020