Build Something Smarter

In our Engineering Intern Program, you can be part of a team that shapes the future of aerospace. Our engineering interns help turn dreams into reality, bring world-class innovation to market and help design our next generation of amazing products. You’ll also be involved with everything from Boeing site tours, to networking events and exposure to executives and mentors. The intern experience goes beyond your assigned job.

We have many engineering opportunities for students majoring in electrical, materials, mechanical/structural, software or flight engineering. Join us, and build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.

How to Apply

The Boeing Engineering Intern Program is an opportunity for students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program, consolidated bachelor’s/master’s degree program, or master’s degree program. You must be available to work full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks (12 weeks preferred) and must apply online during the fall semester prior to the start of the summer internship program.

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Jennifer Splaingard

In electrical engineering, you’ll be part of the team that develops electronic and electrical system requirements for Boeing aircraft, unmanned vehicles and more. Every day, our interns work alongside talented engineers as they translate product requirements into system architecture, hardware and software designs. We have many opportunities for students majoring in electrical engineering. Join us, and help build something smarter.

Overview of Electrical Engineering and related majors (PDF)

    Facilities and Asset Management

    Brandon Cribb

    In facilities and asset management engineering, you’ll ensure our teams on the ground are the best equipped to build our marvels in the air. This means supporting aspects of major construction projects; forecasting for and planning new facilities and equipment; assist in developing conceptual designs, criteria and estimates, performing analysis of existing buildings, equipment, systems, processes, and procedures; and much more. We have many opportunities for students in a variety of majors, such as structural engineering, civil engineering, engineering management, architecture, construction management, finance, business, and more.

    Overview of Facilities and related majors (PDF)


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      In specialty engineering, you’ll have opportunities to be part of teams that tackle critical challenges: minimizing environmental risk, ensuring high levels of safety, designing and configuring tooling and equipment, pioneering new security technologies, researching advanced data processing and analysis, and more. Every day, our interns work alongside talented engineers as they design, develop, implement and continuously improve technologies that maintain our foundation of technical excellence. We have opportunities for students in a broad range of majors, such as software, electrical, manufacturing, mechanical, systems, aerospace, environmental, civil, chemical, and structural engineering, in addition to architecture, computer science, mathematics, ergonomics and biomechanics, industrial hygiene and others.

      Overview of Specialty Engineering and related majors (PDF)



        As a flight engineering intern at Boeing, you’ll join a group that’s directly involved in the development and success of our products and solutions. Each day, our teams go above and beyond to meet our customers’ overall mission requirements—from initial vehicle concept definition through design, test, validation and in-service support. You’ll build skills in areas like aerodynamics, propulsion, and navigation and control. Your ideas could help drive the future of aerospace. As a student, you’ll find a variety of unique and challenging flight engineering projects where you’ll work alongside industry experts. The sky is the limit at Boeing—let’s build amazing things together.

        Overview of Flight Engineering and related majors (PDF)


          Emanual Twum

          As an industrial engineering intern, you’ll help build better, faster, stronger products. You’ll work with experienced engineers to gain skills, knowledge and experience in lean build, delivery, postproduction and modification, and you can influence our concept and product definition cycle. Each day, you’ll help support and guide aircraft from design to delivery and beyond. Learn more about these opportunities where industrial engineering majors thrive and help shape how an entire industry works.

          Overview of Industrial Engineering and related majors (PDF)

            Materials, Process and Physics


            In materials engineering, you’ll play a role in the future of aerospace. Our interns are involved in building advanced components that are strong and lightweight, and perform well under any condition. You’ll work on teams to evaluate parts, materials and technology, ensuring the highest levels of safety and reliability. Join us, and you’ll find unique opportunities to work alongside experts as you start your career and help build something better.

            Overview of Materials Engineering and related majors (PDF)


              Agustin Romo

              As a Boeing engineering intern, you’ll have real responsibility. Mechanical and structural engineering is an ideal fit for students looking to help develop new designs and materials, and implement new methods and processes. We’re looking for talented, motivated students like you who want to gain a range of engineering expertise while working on projects that take our products from concept to marketplace. Learn more about these opportunities where mechanical and structural engineering majors thrive and help shape an entire industry.

              Overview of Mechanical/Structural Engineering and related majors (PDF)


                Mike Putt

                Boeing can offer you software and technology challenges on a scale that few companies can match. Our interns work on teams that develop large-scale simulation systems, airplane flight control and display systems, avionics, mechanical and electrical systems, cybersecurity and much more. Software engineering is a perfect fit for students who want to build experience delivering dynamic solutions for a variety of interesting and challenging software research and development projects. Join us, and help build something amazing.

                Overview of Software Engineering and related majors (PDF)


                  Jessica Collier

                  Systems engineering interns at Boeing help create new technology that will push the boundaries of aerospace and defense. They draw on multiple information sources and collaborate with teams of diverse people from around the world to synthesize solutions that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations—and they do it faster than ever. As a real part of our team, you’ll work on some of the most unique and complex systems to integrate performance, safety, reliability, maintainability, testability and human systems into the overall design of Boeing products and solutions.

                  Overview of Systems Engineering and related majors (PDF)


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                    Test and evaluation engineering interns at Boeing help make sure that products at the world’s largest aerospace company continue to meet the highest standards. From quality and reliability to safety and performance, their expertise is vital to the concept, design and certifications of a wide variety of commercial and military systems. We offer you opportunities to learn across a wide range of areas, including flight and ground testing of completed full-scale products as well as laboratory testing in areas like aerodynamics, structures, environmental, systems integration and more. Join our team as an intern as we continue to push the boundaries of aerospace and build something better.

                    Overview of Test Engineering and related majors (PDF)

                      Engineering Careers

                      At Boeing, our engineers share a passion to redefine what’s possible. To turn dreams into reality. To bring world-class innovation to market. Join us, and you can design our next generation of amazing products. Whether your engineering expertise is electrical, structural, software or aeronautical, we have opportunities for you to learn, grow and contribute. Bring your ideas and skills to Boeing.

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