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Opportunities (Jobs, Internships, etc) for Students

Below is a list of internships/jobs/opportunities that are well-suited for current Engineering majors and alumni.

04/19/2021 - Internship positions for NASA project

The Astromaterials 3D Image Processor will:

  • Process imagery of Lunar, meteorite, and X-ray Computed Tomography Astromaterials samples
    • Apply color correction, white balance, sharpness, texture enhancement, etc. processing on image data sets using digital dark room software
  • Document settings and levels of all enhancements for each dataset
  • Apply standardized naming conventions and metadata tags to each data set
  • Adhere to existing data management protocols for moving datasets to and from the Astromaterials 3D working database
  • Provide team members with feedback and review of processing results
  • Perform other tasks as required  

Please contact Dr. Stan McClellan ( for details on how to apply.

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04/1/2021 - Open Position at NASA

Jacobs is looking for a a degreed electrical engineer (EE), who is comfortable working hands on with small electronics and building circuit boards and fixing parts that were built in house over the past few decades, and is ready to work in a dynamic place where they probably won’t be doing the same thing 2 days in a row, and would be comfortable also reviewing electrical drawings for building renovations or additions and maybe even traveling internationally to support maintenance of a telescope within our division.

The attitude of the person is really important! This opening is for a person who will be the only EE in our division, so while it’s a position for a part of a team, it’s not a team of other EE’s, it’s predominantly working with a team of mostly scientists and this person would be called upon to support basically all the EE needs across the division. The thing we have found with most individuals we have talked to is that they are coming from a place where they have worked with multiple other EE and struggle to understand that for us they would be the only one. I think part of this job might seem more routine, but then in other regards its more exciting because it would involve working with scientists who have big ideas and need an EE to make it happen!

If you are interested, please view the full job posting here


10/26/2020 - City of Buda has a full-time opportunity

Under direct supervision of the City Engineer, the Engineering Coordinator will coordinate a wide variety of Engineering Department support activities to include project record keeping, accounting, data administration, and research; will ensure the spectrum of development applications received for engineering review are processed in a timely, efficient, and client centered manner; will help establish and maintain lines of communication between the Engineering Department and other City departments; and will provide support of various information technologies used to provide department services.

A copy of the current job description can be viewed here.

The City of Buda website –

10/17/2019 - Thomas Instrument, Inc has a full-time opportunity

Thomas Instrument, Inc is an Aerospace Manufacturing company located in Brookshire Texas seeking outstanding candidate who are recent graduates and/or alumni for a Manufacturing Engineering position!

A copy of the current job description can be viewed here.

Here is a video that can give you a visual idea of their facilities:

Thomas Instrument, Inc company website –

Ongoing - Blue Origin Internships

Click the link below for a list of jobs/internships with Blue Origin.


Ongoing: NASA-supported internships, fellowships & scholarships!

For more info, click here!!

Ongoing: Summer Internships in Science & Technology

Abstract: The Summer Internships in Science and Technology (SIST) program focuses on giving opportunities in science and technology to undergraduate college students currently enrolled in four-year colleges and universities in the United States. Internships are offered to students majoring in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. These internships offer a chance for approximately 15 college students to work with Fermilab scientists or engineers on a project.

Eligibility: The SIST program is open to undergraduate college students currently enrolled in four-year colleges and universities in the United States. The program can accept only U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and foreign nationals authorized for Optional Practical Training (OPT) I-20.

Visit: for more info.

Have a job you would like posted?

Please e-mail Sarah Rivas at with the details of your opportunity.