Mechanical Engineering Intern

Requisition Number:  16067
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Location: 

burlington, ON, CA, L7L 0E6

 

If this sounds like an environment you would thrive in, we have an internship for a Mechanical Engineering Student for our 2024 Fall Intern Program in Burlington, Ontario. You will work on a variety of technical and engineering assignments under the guidance of engineers.

 

Your Day-to-Day: 

1. Providing engineering design and/or analysis for nuclear power plants, products, including fuel manufacturing, spent-fuel management, service and maintenance, instrumentation and control, and training
2. Interfacing with customers, vendors and other internal functional groups on engineering level to obtain information necessary to perform work assignments;
3. Planning and scheduling work to meet assignment requirements.

** Please note that by submitting to this position, your application will be considered for all internship opportunities at each Westinghouse location. **

 

Who You Are: 
As a successful candidate, you will bring the following to the team: 

* Pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or a recent graduate.
*  Minimum GPA of 3.0 strongly preferred
* Completion of 2nd year of University

 

You will also have the opportunity to take part in the Westinghouse Culture and as an intern take part in specific events such as:

Virtual Kick Off Event: which is an opportunity for you to meet your peers and will feature a keynote address by a member of the Westinghouse executive leadership team.
 

Networking Events: During your time with Westinghouse, you will have access to numerous virtual networking and team building opportunities that will assist you in developing and cultivating superior interpersonal skills, and long-lasting relationship.
 

Virtual Coffee Breaks with Executives: You will have access to numerous weekly virtual coffee breaks with the Westinghouse Executives. These weekly sessions will be centered around an assortment of topics where you are encouraged to ask questions and gain insight.

 

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