2021 Print Summer Internships
- Corvallis, OR
The following posting is a pipeline requisition, meant to accumulate candidates for 2021 Summer Internships. Qualified applicants will be contacted in concert with the approval and publication of identical, approved positions within HP.
Candidates who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology sector including by not limited to , African American, Latino, Native American, individuals with disabilities and Veterans are encouraged to apply.
HP Inc. is one of the leaders in Inkjet Technology. We work to maintain this position while adding new technologies and innovative products to our portfolio. We invent, develop and bring to market new technologies and capabilities as well as integrate these technologies into our systems. Our focus is on printing and imaging technologies as well as pursuing broader alternative technologies and research with an eye toward commercial applications. We are dedicated to providing advanced innovative solutions to our partners and customers.
We develop technology for printers that fit in your packet or fill a semi truck, printing pocket sized memories to billboard signs. We are defining the future of printing in 2D and 3D
Join a team dedicated to developing, manufacturing and testing cutting edge products for the next wave of printing technology! Positions include MEMS engineers, fluidic architects, design engineers, reliability engineers, ink development, writing system engineers, process and tooling engineers and product engineers.
Internship opportunities are for Summer 2021 and are available across all science and engineering disciplines including but not limited to:
- Electrical Engineers
- Mechanical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Material Science and Engineering
- Computer Science Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Semiconductor Packaging
You must be enrolled in a university program working towards a Bachelor's, Masters or PhD degree.
Summer internships can vary in time and depend on the availability of the student
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