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Engineering Internship Program 

The Engineering Internship Program pairs motivated, knowledgeable engineering students with local engineering firms who offer practical work experience and job market exposure.  Through this highly successful program, students have the opportunity to learn more about their chosen profession, while employers gain access to some of SDSU’s most enthusiastic and motivated students.

What Hours Do Interns Work?

When classes are in session, we ask employers to provide flexible work schedules, enabling interns to work up to 20 hours per week while still attending classes on campus.  During winter and summer breaks, full-time employment is often an option.

Are Internships Paid?

Students are compensated at minimum $10 per hour or more (average is $15 per hour) depending upon skills required and internship complexity. This allows students to help pay for their educational expenses while learning practical job skills before they graduate. 

How Do SDSU Students Apply for an Internship?

Currently enrolled SDSU students may apply directly via the Aztec Career Connection with Career Services at:

How do Engineering Firms Request Interns?

If your firm would like to post and internship opportunity, simply sign up with SDSU Career Services at:

You will be contacted if we have questions or need follow-up.  Once your internship is posted, interested students will send their resumes and cover letters directly to you.

If you have questions about the program, or how it would work in your circumstances, please call (619) 594-6079.

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2016 Design Day

Please join us for the SDSU College of Engineering's 2016 Design Day, taking place on Wed. May 4th 2016, from 1:30PM-3:30PM in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Center, Montezuma Hall. Our Senior Design students will be participating in over 50+ projects on interactive display! [Booklet]


Welcome New Faculty

The College of Engineering welcomes our five new outstanding faculty starting in Fall 2016.

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Engineering & Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex

The EIS Complex is a key piece in the drive to become a top-50 public research university. Not only will it enhance SDSU’s teaching and research capacities, it will also help attract the best and brightest research faculty and students. 

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SDSU Mechatronics Takes 1st

The SDSU Mechatronics Club took first place in the 18th annual Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) RoboSub Competition.

K-12 STEM Education at SDSU, the Project Lead the Way Program

San Diego State will be hosting over 240 teachers for Project Lead the Way, beginning June 14-July 25, 2015 - it's the largest class yet.

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Zahn Innovation Center

Apply to the $50K Zahn Challenge for SDSU students, faculty and staff with an idea for a commercial enterprise, social enterprise or project resulting in a social impact.

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