In 2016, Systems Engineering launched our first ever summer internship program, which has continued to grow and develop over the last four years. With unemployment levels for technology workers at record lows, and a steady increase in open tech positions, students have a unique opportunity with Systems Engineering to gain real-world experience through on-the-job training for a quick transition into full-time careers. Several of our past participants have chosen to take positions within Systems Engineering once they have completed formal studies, which is a testament to the strength of our program and the quality of candidates accepted into the summer internship.
"Systems Engineering is a great place to put your IT knowledge to the test. As Systems Engineering supports many clients, this results in interacting and supporting many different environments. My internship not only provided a hands-on experience, but also an insight into the world of IT support and what it is like to work for an employee-owned company in Maine.”
- David Gavitt
2017 Intern now Help Desk team member.
During our 13-week program, that runs May through August, interns are assigned a mentor to work alongside where they can gain a valuable working education. They also benefit by learning customer service, troubleshooting, project management, team-work skills, and more. Some of the benefits of participating in our summer program include:
- Paid Internship
- Mentoring/Job Shadowing
- Networking Opportunities
- Customer On-site Visits
- Paid Volunteer Hours
- 24x7 Paid Parking in Downtown Portland
- Potential Future Employment Opportunities with Systems Engineering
Additionally, interns are encouraged to integrate themselves into Systems Engineering's culture which can include attending company outings, participating in wellness and sporting events, and more.
This year, we are looking for candidates to fill the following internships:
As the success of our professional internship program continues to grow, we are more excited than ever to kick off the 2020 program. This opportunity is open to graduates, or soon-to-be graduates from colleges and universities interested in both technical and non-technical roles.