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Engineering Intern Profiles

Boeing interns are given valuable, real-world opportunities and challenges to make a difference with an industry leader. Browse the employee profiles below to learn more about the internship experience from current and former engineering interns.

Bailey Schevers

Bailey Schevers

B.S. Mechanical Engineering – Missouri University of Science and Technology
Berkeley, Missouri

“I love being able to collaborate with others on the shop floor. I get to be a voice for the engineering side of things, and that’s huge.”

    Becky Cutting

    Becky Cutting

    B.S. Aerospace Engineering – Purdue University
    Tukwila, Washington

    “I’ve worked in the Structural Dynamics Lab on anything that shakes and vibrates. It’s been a lot of fun and a great way to spend my summer as an intern at Boeing. My goal is to return to this group when I graduate.”</

      Tony Castilleja Jr.

      Tony Castilleja

      B.S. Mechanical Engineering – Rice University
      Houston, Texas

      “Building a spacecraft is every engineer’s dream. When you look at innovative companies, it doesn’t get any better than to be able to say that after 100 years of innovation, we are launching humans into space on a Boeing vehicle.”

        Stephanie Lee

        Stephanie Lee

        B.S. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – University of California, Davis
        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

        “Working with a wide range of products and people at the wind tunnel, I have a front-row look at different aerospace products and concepts, and I learn from people with different perspectives. It’s fascinating to get a sneak preview of the future of aerospace.”

          Agustin Romo

          Agustin Romo

          Aerospace Engineering – Cal Poly Pomona
          Seal Beach, California

          “In my internship as a stress analyst in Customer Support, I worked on repair jobs, specifically fatigue analysis, on the airplane fuselage front and aft sections. After a certain number of cycles, these repairs need to be inspected. I was able to apply a lot of material from school, and we use software to determine intervals for inspection, repair methods and cycle thresholds.”

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