Calspan Corporation

  • Aerospace Engineer Intern, Transonic Wind Tunnel - May 2019 - August 2019

    Job Locations US-NY-Buffalo
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  • Overview

    Calspan takes great pride in our ability to attract, recruit, and develop extraordinary talent. We are currently looking for exceptional students to fill our 2019 Summer Internship Program. Calspan’s interns will contribute to exciting projects in both the aerospace and automotive industries and have the opportunity to participate in professional development sessions led by subject matter industry leaders.


    Calspan’s Subsonic, Transonic Wind Tunnel, is the only independently owned and operated wind tunnel in the United States. Our staff is known for its flexibility and responsiveness to our customer’s needs. Customers appreciate this approach, as it enables them in real time, to refine test programs. We are looking for a motivated Aerospace Engineering student to be part of our team.


    • Assist Project Engineers with planning and execution of test programs
    • Gain an understanding of how the Transonic Wind Tunnel operates
    • Develop pretest and data reduction documentation
    • Data review and analysis


    Due to security requirements, candidates must have US Citizenship


    Preferred Education / Experience:

    • Must be currently enrolled in a Aerospace Engineering program at accredited college or university
    • Must have completed (3) years of undergraduate studies by May 2019 (students graduating in May 2019 or graduate students will not be considered)

    Preferred Knowledge / Ability: 

    • Matlab proficiency preferred
    • Strong mechanical aptitude
    • Must be motivated and have a strong desire to learn
    • Proficient with MS Office
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to work in team environment

    Please note that there is no relocation or housing assistance associated with this internship.


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