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Intern Summer 2015 - Mechanical Engineering – VALERO

posted Oct 21, 2014, 10:46 AM by Webmaster CSULB SWE

Engineer Intern – Cannon Company

posted Oct 21, 2014, 10:45 AM by Webmaster CSULB SWE

Student Trainee (Electrical Engineer) Intern - Pathways Internship Program

posted Oct 21, 2014, 10:44 AM by Webmaster CSULB SWE


posted Oct 21, 2014, 10:44 AM by Webmaster CSULB SWE

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  • Set-Top Box (STB) Engineering
  • Broadcast Systems Engineering
  • Satellite and Communications
  • Broadcast Engineering and Operations


Broadcom Internship

posted Oct 11, 2014, 10:23 AM by Webmaster CSULB SWE   [ updated Oct 11, 2014, 10:39 AM ]

Job Posting Title: Intern

Business Unit: Quality Assurance

Job Description: 
 Support the Customer Quality Engineering team in attending to customer 
inquiries/requests regarding Broadcom products and operations. 
 Support the maintenance and update of questionnaire database and remedy system to 
maintain records of completed tasks
 Support Customer Quality Engineering team in preparation for customer audits/visits
 Support Customer Quality Engineering team in generation of quarterly activities 

Education Requirements: 
 Currently pursuing Bachelors degree, 3rd year minimum or Master’s degree candidate in 
Job requirements include: 
 Must be proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint 
 Strong work ethic
 Fast learner 
 Team Player
 Able to adapt to dynamic environment
 Strong attention to detail 
 Ability to multitask
 Good written / verbal communication skills
 Good people and organizational skills
 Available to work 20~40 hours/week
 Preferred candidate will be committed for minimum of 1 year

Send your resumes for forwarding to our President Lita Cahuana, at

PHP & Java Interns (Paid)

posted Oct 7, 2014, 12:06 PM by Webmaster CSULB SWE


Los Angeles based Internet Brands, Inc. is currently seeking PHP and Java Interns to join our Web development team. We are looking for innovative PHP and Java Interns who love the Internet and social media.

Our PHP and Java Interns work directly with development teams on consumer facing websites.

- Design and code new features and enhancements.
- Assist with all aspects of the product lifecycle, from specifications through QA.
- Collaborate on finding and fixing bugs.

- Completed or working towards a B.S. or M.S. in Computer Science or related field.
- Strong programming skills (Java, .Net, PHP).
- Strong CSS skills and some web design skill preferred.
- Excellent problem solving skills.
- Strong familiarity with Web 2.0 and social networking websites.

This internship is part-time (24 hours - 34 hours per week). Interns will also gain valuable hands-on experience working with open source technologies, agile and scrum methodology, and learning the full SDLC in a corporate work environment. Rock star interns will also have the opportunity to transition into regular full-time web development roles.

Please submit resumes to

About Us:
Headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., Internet Brands ( is an innovative online media company that operates media, community, and e-commerce websites in consumer categories including automotive, health, shopping, and travel. We also create and license leading social media software and applications.

Internet Brands' network of 200+ websites reaches more than 90 million unique visitors each month. Our network is ranked one of the Top 50 most popular web properties on the Internet by comScore. Our Automotive and Home portfolios rank in the Top 5 most-visited properties in their respective categories as ranked by comScore, and our websites have received dozens of awards from publications including Time Magazine, MSNBC, PC World, and Forbes.

Position Type

Part-Time (Off-Campus), Internship

Job Function

Computer Science/Statistics

Desired Major(s)

All Majors - All Degree Levels

Work Authorization

US Citizen, Permanent Resident


Space Exploration Technologies

posted Oct 7, 2014, 12:05 PM by Webmaster CSULB SWE


College and University - Internships and Co-Ops | Hawthorne, CA, United States

Work to advance the course of human history and pave the way to Mars.
SpaceX is a US based advanced technology company founded by residing CEO and CTO, Elon Musk. SpaceX builds rockets and spacecraft from the ground up including cutting edge electronics, software, vehicle structures, and engine systems. The Falcon Launch Vehicle and Dragon Spacecraft programs are some of the most ambitious engineering systems in the world, designed to support our ultimate goals of aviation-like spaceflight capability and making humanity a multi-planet species.
'SpaceX is like Special Forces… we do the missions that others think are impossible. We have goals that are absurdly ambitious by any reasonable standard, but we're going to make them happen. We have the potential here at SpaceX to have an incredible effect on the future of humanity and life itself.'
– Elon Musk
If you’re undaunted by the impossible, actively seeking out insanely challenging projects under tight schedules, and want to work with a remarkable organization pushing the envelope of human exploration, then you will want to be part of the SpaceX legacy.
We are actively seeking the brightest minds from all industries and technologies to continue building our world class team. Please visit for additional information.

The Opportunity:

SpaceX is currently seeking talented individuals for our Internship/Co-Op Program at our Los Angeles Headquarters.  SpaceX engineering interns play a significant role in the design, development, testing, and manufacturing of spaceflight hardware.
Here at SpaceX, you will obtain invaluable hands-on technical experience that you can’t learn in a classroom. Our engineers will help you to roll up your sleeves and apply text book theory and lab experience to creating solutions for real aerospace challenges. You will gain practical experience by participating in actual space hardware development projects.
The most successful candidates for SpaceX’s Internship/Co-Op Program have a history of significant contributions to hands-on extracurricular engineering projects in addition to a strong academic record.
Many participants in SpaceX’s Internship/Co-Op Program return as full-time employees upon completing their higher education.
The Groups:
Avionics (Electronics) – Our Avionics group works to design, develop, test, analyze and integrate all the electronic hardware and software for our vehicles. This includes but is not limited to: flight software, flight computers, power conversion units, analog and digital circuit boards, FPGA’s, communication system units, guidance, navigation and control as well as enclosure and wire harness development.
Majors represented are mainly: Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
Avionics (Software) – The primary software function at SpaceX is housed in the Avionics group; this elite team writes and validates all the flight code that guides the vehicle to/in orbit. The programming in the flight computers also runs real time analysis of the vehicle in-flight to ensure nominal performance on flight controls and sensors for Falcon rockets and the Dragon spacecraft. Software engineers at SpaceX enjoy executing a mission critical role and are challenged by developing complex, high reliability code from cradle to grave.
Majors represented are mainly: Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and Electrical Engineering.
Dynamics – Our Dynamics group focuses on mathematical modeling and environments testing. Their role is to use the latest modeling tools to simulate the environments and loads a vehicle will see in flight in order to provide the best possible design parameters to our design teams. In other words, they provide the initial inputs we use when beginning a design. A good dynamics team lays a strong foundation for the rest of the company.
Majors represented are mainly: Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and other Interdisciplinary Engineering.
Launch Operations – The Launch Operations group is tasked with final vehicle integration and launch/mission execution. They are also responsible for the launch pad infrastructure, including ground support equipment and tooling. The hardware produced by the other departments is delivered to the Launch Ops group for integration into one seamless, beautiful system. Once the vehicle is integrated, they do final vehicle roll out, check out, and countdown for launch. This team does a significant amount of travel to and from our launch sites.
Majors represented are mainly: Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
Manufacturing/Operations – One of the most critical needs we now have at SpaceX is for Manufacturing/Operations engineers. With two vehicles flight proven, we have a $3 billion backlog of sold flights. The next critical phase is proving our ability to build rockets with increasing speed while maintaining quality in order to meet the markets high demand. We are looking to add manufacturing engineers throughout the company.
Majors represented are mainly: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, and other Interdisciplinary Engineering.
Propulsion (Engines) – Our Propulsion group brings together some of the brightest minds in the engine business. We currently build more rocket engines than any other organization in the country, furthermore the design and performance parameters of SpaceX engines are notably recognized throughout the industry. Our team built the first human rated engines to see spaceflight since the Space Shuttles Main Engines were built over 30 years ago.
Majors represented are mainly: Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Structures – Our Structures group is responsible for both primary and secondary structures, as well as tooling and machine design. We do both metallic and composite structural fabrication in-house. Most of what you actually see when looking at a launch vehicle or spacecraft is done by our Structures group. With mass and cost so closely correlated in the space business, our Structures group is constantly striving to develop the most efficient body structures ever created.
Majors represented are mainly: Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
Enterprise Information Systems - Our EIS team is dedicated to developing and enhancing our custom, in-house Enterprise Resource Planning application that keeps SpaceX running. Every step of the manufacturing process goes through our ERP application - from ordering parts to building the rockets on the shop floor to tracking issues as the rocket is built. Our team of software engineers is responsible for not only maintaining the ERP system but also for constantly innovating it to keep pushing our manufacturing process forward.
Majors represented are mainly: Computer Science
*Please note this is not a complete list of all groups.  Opportunities may be available in other areas. 
Basic Qualifications:

  • Must currently be enrolled at a four-year university or college
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or a U.S. permanent resident (i.e. green card holder)
  • Must be available to work full time at our Hawthorne facility beginning Aug/Sept 2015.

ITAR Requirements: 

  • To conform to U.S. Government space technology export regulations, applicant must be a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident of the U.S., protected individual as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3), or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.

1.      SpaceX is an Equal Opportunity Employer; employment with SpaceX is governed on the basis of merit, competence and qualifications and will not be influenced in any manner by race, color, religion, gender, national origin/ethnicity, veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability or any other legally protected status.
Applicants wishing to view a copy of SpaceX’s Affirmative Action Plan for veterans and individuals with disabilities, or applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application/interview process should notify the Human Resource Department at (310) 363-6000.

Jet Propulsion Mechanical Engineering Internship

posted Sep 30, 2014, 9:45 PM by Webmaster CSULB SWE

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Where: Pasadena, CA
Deadline: ASAP

Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis, so apply as soon as possible.

Last Edited: Sep. 25, 2014

Mechanical Engineering Internship

Requisition ID


Job Locations


Posted Date




Discipline Description

Human Resources Undergraduate Student

Career Level

Level 1

Scheduled Hours


Relocation Eligibility


Minimum Years of Experience



High School

Work Authorization

No Restrictions




O U R  U N I V E R S E


Do you excel in an environment that values exploration and discovery? We have a universe of opportunities waiting for you!


 We are proud to be part of NASA and Caltech, as we explore the universe and make history through new discoveries.


 We aim to do things never done before and to go places few can go. We dare mighty things…do you?





T H E  M I S S I O N


You will be a student intern supporting a specific area within one of our mechanical engineering groups. You will assist other engineers and participate on various teams to design, develop, and oversee tests of spacecraft flight hardware and support equipment for a variety of JPL spacecraft flight and instrument projects. You will provide technology task support, interface with engineers, designers, analysts, machine shop, and project staff, and work under the direction of the group supervisor and other experienced team members on projects and other tasks.


Interns are JPLers too! In addition to a competitive salary, our interns are entitled to JPL’s holiday schedule with paid time off during any holiday that occurs during their summer internship. For those who qualify, relocation assistance and additional housing stipends are also provided. And who doesn’t like to have fun? We have a number of lab wide events just for our interns.





W H A T  I T  T A K E S:


    Minimum 3.0 GPA

    Full-Time availability for 10 – 12 weeks during the summer

    Currently enrolled in BS, MS, or PhD in Mechanical Engineering

    Willing to live in beautiful Southern California



W H A T  W O U L D  H E L P:


-Strong technical background – specifically with familiarity in one or more of the following areas: Computer Aided Design (CAD), software such as Solidworks, Matlab or UG/NX, Finite –

-Element structural analysis, or related.

-Strong analytical skills

-Strong oral and written communication skills

-Team player and collaboration skills

-Related internship experience


Kiewit Internship

posted Sep 30, 2014, 9:44 PM by Webmaster CSULB SWE

2015 Summer Engineer Internship

Kiewit Company

Where: Santa Fe Springs, CA
Deadline: ASAP

Applications are evaluated on a rolling basis, so apply as soon as possible.

Last Edited: Sep. 28, 2014


Kiewit is one of North America's largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations. With its roots dating back to 1884, the employee-owned company operates through a network of offices and projects in the United States, Canada and Australia. Kiewit offers construction and engineering services in a variety of markets including transportation, water/wastewater, power, oil, gas and chemical, building and mining. Kiewit had 2012 revenues of more than $11 billion and employs more than 30,000 staff and craft employees.


An Intern position provides a hands-on learning experience directly related to responsibilities that transfer to skills needed in a full-time position. The opportunity is available to develop, participate and learn key roles and functions within construction project management operations.


* Must be pursuing a degree in Engineering, Construction or a related degree.

* Must have knowledge and experience working with Microsoft Word and Excel.

* Strong work ethic - willing to do what it takes to get the job done.

* Good written and verbal communication skills.

* Be willing to fully participate in job assignments at the job site, district office or department to which the intern is assigned.


Web Developer/Programmer Internship

posted Sep 30, 2014, 9:44 PM by Webmaster CSULB SWE


Where: Beverly Hills, California
Deadline: ASAP

Approx Hours: 5 - 10 per week


CasualNCounter is looking for one programmer to join our team. So far we have two student programmers that have packed schedules so we need a third to join the team. We also have a professional designer that has been working with us since the beginning, who created our lovely logo and is now designing the website. This is a non-paid position, and will eventually turn into a paid position when we secure an investment from one of our potential investors.


Currently we are working on a prototype for our investor friends but we need help. Reply if you have read to this point and still are interested to hear more information regarding what your role would be, what our company does, and any other questions you may have.


The programming languages we are using is as follows: CSS3, HTMl5, MySQL, PHP, Javascript, AJAX, and eventually once we take this website to the mobile app market we will need someone familiar with Objective-C, and Java.



Hope to hear from you soon 


Kind Regards,


Eyal Cohen

Founder of CNC


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