An internship is an excellent way to jumpstart your career. If you have an interest in the aerospace industry, then consider applying for an internship at Williams.

Who said interns only get to file, make copies and fetch coffee? Not at Williams International! Our interns get hands-on experience designing, testing and repairing gas turbine engines. There’s no coffee trips here, just real engineering work.

Previous interns have worked in the following areas:

  • Design and analysis including aerodynamics and thermal/structures.
  • Mechanical components
  • Electrical systems
  • Project management and test engineering
  • Software and design
  • In-house advanced manufacturing technology
  • Materials and process

Don’t take our word for it. See what our previous interns had to say:

“The small-company atmosphere at Williams is very rare for jet engine manufacturers. It is that culture that gives you direct access to the resources and knowledge required to solve many different types of engineering challenges you are exposed to as an intern.” ~ Michigan Technological University Graduate.

“My summer internship at Williams International was a very educational and hands on experience. The work I did was real-time and applicable.”~ Michigan State University Graduate.

"Williams International offers a friendly and interesting workplace environment to its interns. My co-workers were also always open to answering my questions even when they did not apply directly to my current work." ~ Ohio State University Student

“My internship with Williams International was one of the most rewarding experiences of my college career. I was able to contribute my engineering solutions to real problems.”~ University of Purdue Graduate

“I interned at Williams International and gained multi-disciplinary real-world experience, building on pre-existing knowledge while learning a variety of new skills. An amiable work environment, hands-on experience, mentorship, and outdoor lunch sporting events are some of the many reasons I returned as a full-time employee.” ~ University of Michigan Graduate