Engineering Interns give their job an average rating of 4.1 out of 5.0. The Engineering Interns happiest with their jobs are employed by University of Kentucky with an average rating of 5.0 while the Engineering Interns least happy with their jobs work for Amphenol with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I love that I was allotted work related to process improvement. I do not hate anything."
"I love the freedom they gave to me, that I can select my own way or methods to solve problems."
"I love the fact that the work that I did as an intern was very dynamic. I was working on outage studies for CAISO and I had encountered different situations daily. The one thing I did not like was my work was limited for 4 months. I would have loved to work long."
"Not being able to work in more projects."
"I loved the fact that I was given enough responsibility and my work was appreciated."
"There was nothing I hate about the job. I enjoyed working in each department that they gave me work in. Not only was it mostly a office job but since I got to work along side with the construction team I get to stretch and walk around the construction site."
"I'd recommend this position to any engineering students. It gives good experience with AutoCAD, blue prints, design plans, and safety. One thing I don't like is sometimes I have to work as an administrative assistant. I also don't like repairing blue prints."
"It was a great place to learn and develop new skills."
"I loved the experience in general of making a difference."
"I saw plenty of advanced facilities in this company, and also skilled people there. I learned a lot. But being a engineering intern, the rules locked my hands. I cannot touch any equipment, which was bad."
"It was okay if you are finishing you bachelor's. It is a good experience to complement your studies."
"I like it. It's a good chance to get a basic understanding of what regulatory engineering and regulatory compliance are."
"It was something I learned and applied practically. Also, I got the hands on experience which is something matters a lot. Lot of people with diverse background which is something you can learn from."
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