GE Aerospace Research - Mechanical Components and Systems Fellow Internship
As a Mechanical Systems Fellow Intern in the Mechanical Components and Systems Lab, you will have a role in advancing the technology readiness level of mechanical solutions that enable the future of flight: sustainable, high speed, and next generation propulsion. You will participate in the design, analysis, and/or assembly of test rigs, test equipment, and test articles that push the state of the art of bearings, gear systems, rotor/stator seals, and rotordynamics.
At GE Aerospace Research, scientists, engineers, and technicians innovate for the future of flight. An internship with us will provide valuable hands-on experience to help you launch your career in industrial research. Intern assignments are typically for 12-14 weeks; working side by side with experts in the field of mechanical engineering, completing challenging technical projects and applying theoretical knowledge to real-life technical problems. This program includes seminars on cross-center technology and soft skills development as well as opportunities for networking and showcasing project accomplishments.
Current enrollment in a full-time Ph.D. degree program in Mechanical Engineering or related disciplines at an ABET accredited university
Permanent legal authorization to work in the US is required.
Minimum GPA 3.0 / 4.0 scale
Excellent academic performance with technical research orientation
Ability to adapt to change and willingness to be flexible in a global team environment
Strong interpersonal skills, initiative and organization; demonstrated ability working with a team
Strong problem solving skills, thorough attention to detail
GE provides travel reimbursement and housing stipend for qualified interns.