15
Mar

Corning Glass has two openings for materials science and engineering students with a focus on metals. See short description below:

Metallurgical Engineering Internship with Corning Glass
Job #171438

Required Skills:

•  At least 3 years of materials engineering studies with a metals emphasis. (More specifically, physical or mechanical metallurgy). More than one metallurgy course must have been completed with a grade of ‘B’ or higher.

•  Experience/exposure to Platinum, high temperature alloys and/or super alloys is a plus

•  Technical curiosity

•  Hands on laboratory and mechanical abilities

•  Good documentation and analysis skills

•  Computer skills such as Excel, Word, PowerPoint Presentation, etc.

Corning is looking for a Junior level of BS or higher. MS or PhD level preferred.  If interested, apply now.

 

 


2 Responses to “Two Internships at Corning Glass”


Alex Jazic March 24, 2013

Hi I am a 3rd year materials engineering student at Mcmaster. I am looking for 4 month and 12 month opportunities. I meet all of the above criteria and have a focus in the metallurgical field.

In Addition I have 3 years work experience as a tradesman with aluminum and glass. I am familiar with work place safety and protocols.

I am knowledgeable with metals and alloying as well as the mechanical properties of steel. I am currently studying high temperature processes for steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc smelting. Next year in my senior year I will be taking 2 addition metallurgical courses to complete my specialization in this field.

Resume, Cover Letter, and Transcript are available upon request.

Thank you for your time.

Alex Jazic

tnicol@ceramics.org April 18, 2013

Hello Alex. My apologies for the delay in response. In the blog post, you should have seen a link to apply. Did you apply? If not, here is the link: https://careers.corning.com/psp/PDPAHRPRER/CNG_MYCAREER_SITE/PDGLHRPRER/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&JobOpeningId=171438&SiteId=1&PostingSeq=1.

Please let me know if you need anything else. Thanks.
Tricia

Tricia L. Freshour
ACerS Liaison to the Material Advantage Student Program
tfreshour@ceramics.org