Internships

ETEC4391 Work Base Mentorship Course 
 
The internship course in the Department of Engineering Technology is designed to provide experience-based learning opportunities deemed important by employers, students, and faculty. As a means of becoming involved in the educational process, many employers are establishing and providing internship programs for students. The visible presence of an internship course in the Department of Engineering Technology encourages, acknowledges and strengthens relationships with the community and industrial industries.
 
 
  
Quanta-SHSU Internship Program
 
A multi-million dollar partnership established between Sam Houston State University’s Department of Engineering Technology and Houston-based Quanta Services will provide a unique internship opportunity for SHSU students to enhance their leadership abilities and workforce marketability by combining academics with industrial experiences. The internship opportunity is provided for Engineering Technology students and Quanta goes through a step-by-step hiring process. The internship program is generally conducted at multiple participating Quanta Operating Units in Greater Houston during Summer.

Please visit Jobs4Kats and follow the below steps.
1. Log in to Jobs For Kats
2. In the Search, enter QUANTA
3. Click on the open position
4. Apply with your resume
 
 
ThermOmegaTech Internship Program 

ThermOmegaTech, Inc. has been the world leader in the design and manufacture of self-actuating temperature control technology for 30 years. ThermOmegaTech, Inc. serves a multitude of industries and, as a result, creates solutions for a wide-range of applications. ThermOmegaTech, Inc. may provide internship positions to the students in the Department of Engineering Technology at Sam Houston State University in the fields of Engineering Design, Manufacturing, and Electronics Technology (a major/a minor).
 
If you are interested in ThermOmegaTech Internship Program, please contact Dr. Suh. 
 
 
For detail information, please contact Dr. Min Jae Suh (mjs068@shsu.edu)