Wolf Robotics has participated in an extensive intern program for several years. Our program’s success can be interpreted by the number of student interns that are now full time employees.
Our philosophy is simple. We’re looking for the best of the best, who are willing to work hard from the ground up with mentoring and a desire to succeed.
THE WOLF ROBOTICS INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE
Our internship program gives both you and Wolf Robotics an opportunity to see if we are a good fit for each other. For all our engineering internships, the training program will immediately start on our manufacturing floor.
This hands-on approach to assembling the robot cells will help you learn the products, processes, and people. It also helps you discover and focus on your own individual interest.
Depending on your desires and your performance on the manufacturing floor, you may have opportunities to move into other departments to further your development.
DEGREE RELATED OPPORTUNITIES
Wolf Robotics provides internship opportunities for students specializing in the following disciplines:
- Human Resources
- Supply Chain
- Spare Parts
INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE
- Enrolled in curriculum leading to Associates/Bachelor’s degree.
- 12-15 hour commitment during the school year (scheduling is flexible around class schedules).
- Potential full time internships during summer months.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)
To apply for the internship, visit JOBS.LINCOLNELECTRIC.COM. From there, you will see a list of available internships. In the situation that no jobs are available, join the Talent Community to receive emails that notify you when jobs related to your selected interest (job field, location, and qualifications) become available.
For Engineering Internships, Wolf Robotics typically recruits candidates at local university career fairs in the Fall. In addition, we host an internship fair/open house in late September. Details on the internship fair/open house will be posted on our intern page within our website when dates are determined.
For students looking to intern on a part time basis during the school year, internship duration is on a per semester basis. ie. Summer, Fall, Spring. The internship may be extended into the next semester provided positive performance feedback. Interns performance will be formally evaluated at the end of each semester.
For students looking for a Summer only opportunity, we typically hold these openings for students coming from out-of-state schools or for students coming from in-state schools that aren’t within close proximity to our facility.
While your day to day activities will vary upon what type of internship you’re completing, you can expect to be given a generous amount of responsibility working on real projects. You will put the theories you’re learning in college to use in practical applications.
While Wolf Robotics doesn’t find housing for you, we will provide you with some direction on locating housing opportunities in the area. For our out-of-state students, we do provide a housing stipend.