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Intern/Co-op - Electronic & Instrumentation/Electronic Services (2024)

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You need a degree in Electronic/Computer Tech or Electrical Engineering, strong grades, US work authorization, and a valid driver's license to intern/co-op with us.
  • You will support simulator maintenance, test electronic equipment, troubleshoot control system failures, and work with Engineering, IT, and Operations teams at an industry-leading corporation. Gain hands-on experience to develop skills and knowledge for a future career as an Electronic & Instrumentation Technician.

Off-cycle Internship



  • Marathon Petroleum Corp. (MPC) offers internship and co-op opportunities to high-performing college students who want meaningful hands-on experiences in their fields of study. The following core values guide MPC’s approach to doing business: safety & environmental stewardship; integrity; respect; inclusion; collaboration. Interns and co-ops work side by side with experienced professionals as contributing members of diverse work teams who create value for the company’s shareholders. MPC believes that how we conduct our business is just as important as the bottom line.


  • Enrollment in an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree seeking program majoring in Electronic & Computer Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electrical/Electronic Maintenance and/or Repair Technology
  • Strong academic performance
  • Candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a full-time indefinite basis for our Company without the need for employment visa sponsorship now or in the future
  • A valid driver's license is required

Area of Responsibilities



  • The goal of this position is to provide a hands-on learning experience to the selected candidate to support academic development aligned to coursework in a degree seeking program. This will give the intern/co-op an opportunity to develop and apply knowledge, technical skills, and interpersonal skills in the workplace under the direction of an Electronic & Instrumentation Technician.
  • Additionally, the intern/co-op will have the opportunity to work with Engineering, IT, and Operations business partners on a regular basis. The position provides the opportunity to work in a controlled shop environment, while learning about the Electronic & Instrumentation Technician position in L&S Terminals. The hands-on experience will afford the intern/co-op a solid foundation to confidently pursue a career as an Electronic & Instrumentation technician in any industry.
  • Responsibilities will include:
  • Supporting simulator maintenance, testing, and development
  • Assisting with electronic equipment refurbishments; touchscreens, pulsers, electronic presets
  • Troubleshooting and repairing control system failures


Work type

Full time

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