Careers That Change Lives
The possibilities at the intersection of medicine and technology are endless, which means endless opportunities to make your mark on the world. Our interns do real work within experienced engineering teams to improve lives of millions. With the support of your manager and guidance of your team you can:
- Responsible for production support engineering, including testing methods, procedures, and problems; device specification and yield problems; minor redesign of devices and masks; analysis of customer returns; supplier related engineering changes and optimizing device production relative to cost constraints.
- Assist customers in device usage problems or testing complex devices.
- Assumes responsibility for device and/or internally produced or externally purchased components after transfer into high-volume production and usually responsible for entire device manufacturing operations other than wafer fabrication.
- Get real world experience on a project you own.
- Build your confidence and skills at the world leader.
- Enhance and expand your professional and social network.
- Given opportunities to participate in various events for your development and engagement such as leadership workshops, panels, trainings, and more!
You have learned a lot to get here — we want you to keep growing. With our expanding portfolio of innovative products and services, Medtronic is the global leader in delivering healthcare solutions for over 70+ disease states in 150+ countries.
Internships are full-time (40 hours/week), paid positions that are 11-12 weeks in length. We offer competitive pay, housing assistance (for out-of-state interns) with relocation expense reimbursement, a transportation stipend, and educational and social events throughout the summer. We have summer internship opportunities across the U.S., including positions in Minnesota, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Arizona, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Florida.
To be considered for a summer 2023 engineering internship, you must meet the following basic requirements. How you meet these criteria must be clearly indicated on your resume to be considered for a position.
- Bachelor’s degree student with a sophomore or junior level class standing
- Working towards a bachelor’s degree in an engineering major
- A minimum 3.0 out of a 4.0 cumulative GPA
- Legally authorized to work in the U.S. on a full-time basis and does not require sponsorship in the future for an employment visa
- Participants must be able to participate full time (40 hours/week) as part of our intern cohort:
- Monday, June 5 – Friday, August 18
Nice to Haves:
- Knowledge of one or more of the following technologies: Python, C/C++ and/or C#
- Prior work on projects in a team environment
- Relevant academic project, internship, or lab experience
- Technical writing skills
- Experience with Design for Reliability and Manufacturability (DRM) and mechanical or electrical design
- Knowledge of polymer, plastics, and metallics
- A team player with strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail who is a fast learner