Calspan Corporation

Electrical Engineering Internship - Transonic Wind Tunnel

Job Locations US-NY-Buffalo
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Calspan takes great pride in our ability to attract, recruit, and develop extraordinary talent. We are currently looking for exceptional students to fill our 2023 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. We are looking for a motivated student to join our team as a Electrical Engineering Intern!


  • Create and update electrical drawing including wring layout and panel design.
  • Specify and order parts for our various EE upgrade projects that are ongoing in the wind tunnel.
  • Work on expanding the data network in the tunnel shed. Assemble panels and electrical devices to be installed in the tunnel shed.
  • Update the various hard and soft copies of outdated drawings.
  • Support test and pretest activities as needed.
  • Develop Software tools in Python


Preferred Education / Experience:

  • Must be currently enrolled in Electrical Engineering, or other related program at an accredited college or university.
  • Must have completed (3) years of undergraduate studies by May 2023 (students graduating in May 2023 or graduate students will not be considered)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Wiring and layout drawings using Auto CAD Electrical or other
  • Programming capability in Python other such as C++, C#, Matlab
  • MS Office
  • Soldering and wiring experience

Calspan is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Calspan supports safe and drug free workplace through pre-employment background checks and drug testing.


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