General Dynamics Electric Boat – Resume Review and Employer Meet & Greet(Employer on-site event)


Electric Boat’s internship and co-op program provides college students opportunities in Engineering and Design, Business Support and Management. Our facilities are located in Groton and New London, Ct. and Quonset Point, R.I. The Electric Boat Intern Program is an opportunity for students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program, consolidated bachelor’s/master’s degree program, or master’s degree program. You must be available to work full-time for a minimum of 8-11 weeks, or apply for a semester-long co-op. You also must be able to acquire a security clearance, medical and drug screening. All applicants must apply online or join our talent network.

Engineering Internships

In our Engineering Intern and Co-op Program, you can be part of a team that will apply your skills to the art of nuclear submarine design, engineering, and construction. Become part of the tradition of excellence that has become synonymous with Electric Boat. Our engineering interns are involved with world-class innovation to help design our next generation of submarines and/or support hands-on problem solving during the construction process. You will also be involved with everything from Electric Boat shipyard tours, to exposure to executives and mentors. The internship experience goes beyond your assigned engineering responsibilities.

Engineering /design opportunities for students majoring in:

Acoustics Biomechanical Electrical Civil Computer Chemical Mechanical Material science Nuclear Systems Welding


Your innovative ideas and contributions matter here. For more than 100 years, our team members have created a tradition of excellence at General Dynamics Electric Boat, and continue to profoundly impact our national defense. We give our people the tools they need to be successful and reward that success with increased responsibility. Bring your unique skills and ambition to your position and we’ll encourage and support you as you invest in your career, our business and the important work we do.

Thursday, September 12th 2019

11:00 am – 4:00 pm

SEH 2845 – Science & Engineering Hall

Science & Engineering Hall 800 22nd Street Northwest, Washington, D.C

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By Sean Zha
Sean Zha Career Services Ambassador Sean Zha