Yaskawa America, Inc. - Drives & Motion Division proudly offers undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to take advantage of our internship and co-op programs. The primary and underlying focus of the program is to give you a real-life look at what engineers do in the world of automation. We encourage you to put your education into action and get hands-on training by working on everyday engineering projects. Our overall goal is to provide students with various real and exciting projects to work on, as nothing beats true field experience.
Yaskawa America is currently looking for a Computer Engineering Intern to work on the following projects at our Buffalo Grove, IL location:
Use your programming skills in the advanced technology group to create internal web applications that will assist in modernizing and streamlining operations and warehouse processes.
Work with a mentor that will help guide you on how to plan, implement, and deploy applications to be used by engineers and production line workers.
Work and coordinate with various other business groups to implement end to end solutions that achieve key business goals and process improvements.
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Currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering or Computer Science with a sophomore or junior status.
Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Willingness to work with a team
Has a passion for learning and exploring new ideas
Yaskawa provides students with everything they need to be successful including a generous hourly rate, a housing allowance for students who relocate for work, a department mentor, safety shoe reimbursement, and paid holidays as well as an opportunity to be considered for full-time work.
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