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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.

Randi Clayton

B.S. Materials Science & Engineering with minor in International Studies - Virginia Tech
North Charleston, SC

“My internship consisted of working on different projects for the 777x, 787, and C-17. I learned how to fabricate composite panels to test for standards. I also brushed up on my computer skills and created a macro in Excel using VBA to streamline the importing of mechanical testing data.”

Randi Clayton

Jessica Collier

Jessica Collier

B.S. Mechanical Engineering with minor in Business and Engineering Technology and Psychology - Auburn University
North Charleston, SC

“At Boeing an intern is not given “intern” projects or roles. They are treated like true new hires, given the same responsibilities and expectations. All of the Boeing community does a great job of supporting and listening to interns and valuing our opinions. I got to experience what being a Boeing Engineer is truly like, every day for 3 amazing months.”

    Héctor Colón-Colón

    Héctor Colón-Colón

    B.S. Chemical Engineering with minor in Materials Science and Engineering - University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez
    North Charleston, SC

    “I actively worked on 787 paint support processes where I learned about coatings technology. I also worked on next generation low-cost commercial fuselage where I learned composite material production and assembly applications. My experience has influenced my future career by providing the stepping stones to a commercial aviation engineering role. I am a better engineer after my time with the company.”

      Hannah Gillespie

      Hannah Gillespie

      B.S. Mechanical Engineering - University of Notre Dame
      North Charleston, SC

      “I gained valuable experience about what it means to be an engineer. I am excited about the advances Boeing is making, especially in autonomy and disruptive technology.”

        Brandon Erbe

        Brandon Erbe

        B.S. Civil Engineering with Structural Focus – University of Maryland
        Herndon, VA

        “When entering as an intern, there are misconceptions that the work done is not impactful, and non-lasting. I have found my time to be the exact opposite. I was treated with respect and my opinions were valued.”

          Ashwin Udayaprakash

          Ashwin Udayaprakash

          B.S. Industrial Engineering - University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign
          Everett, WA

          “The best part about my internship was the ability to explore the different aspects of supply chain and its influence over the entire company. I also really enjoyed working to make Boeing airplanes!”

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