Engineer Internship

Req No.
Intern (Full Time)


**When applying with Frontier Coop, it is not necessary to enter work history on application form if resume is uploaded.




At Frontier, interns are considered to be an integral part of the Engineering staff and are provided with projects that are both technically challenging and educationally stimulating.  Under guidance of the senior engineering staff, the students will  develop new approaches to big problems by analyzing, designing, troubleshooting, and improving manufacturing process technologies, systems, and facilities. Intern projects are intended to give you a chance to make a meaningful contribution to the business, while supporting your academic training with work which will allow for creativity, innovation, and teamwork.


The goal of our intern program is to develop future engineering resources for our organization while providing support to our design and process engineers.  We structure the intern assignments so that the candidates develop the ability with each new work term to accept an increasing level of complexity and self-reliance.


Frontier Co-Op generally seeks to hire individuals that are in good standing at their university and/or field of study, this typically means people with an overall G.P.A. of 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale.



  • Optimize assembly flow and process to minimize people per machine per day.
  • Capacity utilization analysis
  • Identifying process improvements
  • Evaluate current packaging requirements to optimize/minimize packaging need.
  • Study and improve plant safety
  • Cost analysis
  • Process documentation
  • Interface with other internal organizations such as manufacturing, marketing, service, product support and purchasing as well as with external customers and suppliers.




Applicants should be Engineering majors.  They should possess strong analytic and statistic skills, and have the ability to work independently. Must possess execellent written and verbal communication skills. Majors include: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and/or Manufacturing Engineering.




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