Internship, CO-OP, & Job Opportunities
The College of Engineering believes it is especially valuable for students to have at least one internship or co-op during their academic career.
These opportunities may involve research with faculty members and/or the chance to work in the industry in positions related to their major. This usually takes place in the summer between the sophomore and junior or the junior and senior years in their curricula. The college closely works with Career Services in linking companies with students for internship opportunities.
Keep checking for internship, co-op, and job opportunities on the "Board of Opportunities" in the WSSC, Felgar Hall 112, as well as the enclosed board on the west end of Carson Engineering Center. Additionally, internship, co-op, and job postings that become available will be posted below.
|Type of Posting||Company/Dept||Information||Deadline|
|Internships||Department of Energy: General Counsel Undergraduate Intern Program|
Interns will have an opportunity to attend meetings, observe hearings, and learn first-hand about the work of DOE and the Office of the General Counsel. Interns can expect work assignments concerning an array of energy related issues, such as energy efficiency enforcement, implementation of energy law, renewable technologies, and increasing transparency, accountability and efficiency within the DOE. Examples include: (1) policy and legal research on energy-related issues; (2) cite-checking and proofreading legal briefs, memoranda, and correspondence; (3) maintaining and improving the General Counsel Office website and DOE internal wiki; and (4) various administrative duties.
The Undergraduate Intern Program will run for a minimum of 10 weeks during the summer – however we can be flexible on dates to accommodate academic schedules. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and transcript directly to the Office of the General Counsel’s email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Internships (Human Factors)||Marshfield Clinic (Wisconsin)|
Three Human Computer Interaction (HCI) 2012 summer internships are available through the Biomedical Informatics Research Center and the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation. These internships are open to graduate level and exceptional undergraduate level candidates who have significant interest in Health IT, Informatics, HCI and Usability Evaluation.
Note: Housing is provided and students receive $10 per hour, plus housing in a fully furnished apartment near the medical complex.
|Internships||The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program|
The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) is a ten week summer research opportunity for undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors, and Graduate students, under the guidance of a mentor, at a participating Navy Laboratory. The stipend amounts for the program are $5,250.00 for Sophomores, $7,880.00 for Junior and Senior undergraduate students and $10,500.00 for graduate students. U.S. citizenship required; Permanent residents accepted at certain labs.
Again Sophomores NOW accepted!!
|Internships||US Dept. of Homeland Security HS-STEM Summer Internship Program|
- 10 week research experience; $5000 stipend plus travel expenses
- Areas of research: Engineering, CS, Math, Physics, Chemistry, Bio/Life Sciences, Env. Science
- Projects offered at: National Research Labs, DHS Research Labs, AF Research Lab, and National Institute of Standards and Technology
- Locations Include: CA, CO, ID, IL, MD, NM, NJ, OH, SC, TN, WA, VA
- US Citizenship REQUIRED
|Internships||Mickey Leland Intern Program Energy Fellowship 2012|
Undergraduate students completing their sophomore year in Spring 2012 through PhD candidates
Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
|Internships||Nowsoft LLC / techJOYnT|
techJOYnT is now filling Spring and Summer 2012 internship positions. These High School and College internships are now being filled on greater grads website. The job of interns is to build cool robots and play with them.
|Research||ESPCOR Summer Research for Undergraduates||REU awards provide funding to allow undergraduate students to perform research at one of Oklahoma’s comprehensive research campuses during the summer. Work with faculty mentors in a state REU. Particular emphasis is on the bioenergy field.||Varies|
|Internships/REUs||Pathways to Science||Looking for REU or internship opportunities? Explore these opportunities across the nation on the Pathways to Science website - clink link at left.||Varies|
|USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. It's your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information. Simply type in "Engineering" or a particular area of engineering, and many jobs will pop up.|
Career Services Contacts
|Tiffany Smith |
Career Fair Coordinator/Corporate Liaison
OU College of Engineering
850 S. Jenkins
EPF, Room 241
Norman, OK 73019