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Internship - Electrical Engineering - Tampa, FL

🚀 Summer Internship


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  • You should be a second or third year Electrical Engineering student with classes in SCADA, Automation, PLCs, and more. Experience with wiring, controls, programming, and fieldwork is a plus.
  • You will shadow experienced professionals, contribute to team projects, and apply classroom learnings on real projects as an Electrical Engineering intern in Tampa, FL.

Summer Internship



  • We are looking for a motivated Electrical Engineering Intern to join our company. If you want to jumpstart your career and expand your skills while working alongside talented experts, then this is the opportunity for you! You will be involved with project work from your first day, working side-by-side with experienced engineers and scientists to help clients address their water and environmental challenges. Exercise your creativity and problem-solving skills in a supportive environment where every perspective is valued. We are a mission-driven organization that puts our people first, with a culture that focuses on providing meaningful work, engaging challenges, recognition, and reward.


  • The ideal candidate will be a second or third year Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology student. Specific classes taken should include a mix of the following: SCADA and Communication Systems, Automation and Process Control, Instruments and Basic Circuit Construction, Programmable Controls (PLC), Industrial Systems and Computer and Network Fundamentals. Any experience or interest in electrical wiring, controls, PLC and HMI programming, customer service, and fieldwork is highly desired.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Third Year

Area of Responsibilities



  • Duties and responsibilities vary based on level of experience and project expectations. An intern will generally shadow experienced professionals and participate as a member of a team by contributing to actual projects. Interns can apply what they have learned “from the classroom” via experience-based learning.


Work type

Full time

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