Aerospace SIG Project Engineering Intern

Aerospace SIG Project Engineering Intern

The Aerospace Special Interest Group (SIG) are a strategic technical function of NSBE helping to enable members and partners in Transforming the Aerospace Industry. We focus on equipping NSBE members and partners of all generations with tools to support innovating aerospace solutions throughout their lifetime through Engineering Research, Professional Development Forums, Outreach Activities, and Aerospace Policy Advocacy!

We provide industry relevant experiences that challenge and sharpen one’s technical and leadership proficiency. Join us as we empower the generations of Aerospace Industry professionals, students, and enthusiasts.


Responsibilities:

  • To support the leadership and execution for the Aerospace Meetup Program, a program focused on providing Aerospace Specific programming opportunities to NSBE chapters
  • To collaborate with a wide variety of functional areas internal and external to NSBE to aide the Aerospace Ambassadors in generating a local network for NSBE chapters and partners
  • To maintain project files and supply necessary documentation to support SIG operations documentation
  • Develop tools to increase effectiveness of the Research Teams
  • Success will be measured on achieving milestones on time and within budget, leader evaluations, and customer satisfaction surveys
  • Organize, gather and analyze information for a variety of project management initiatives
  • Support SIG financials tracking and fundraising
  • Assist with the administration and configuration of Aerospace Google Drive
  • Assist in presentation preparation project management review (Systems Requirements Reviews, System Functional Reviews, Preliminary Design Reviews, Critical Design Reviews, etc…)
  • Support the Tracking and reporting on Aerospace SIG issues/risks, budget, and travel reports
  • Assist the SIG Director and other board members with day-to-day functions and to learn project management, systems engineering, and engineering research skills

Basic Qualifications

  • Pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in engineering or related field from an accredited institution.
  • Must have GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Must have completed 30 hours of college coursework
  • Strong communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to lead without authority
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office suite


Time Commitment

  • 10-16 a week plus a weekly development call
  • Considered an official appointment to the executive board
  • Remote assignment and must have a computer


This is an unpaid internship. Formal recommendations letters will be shared at the end of the internship based on performance reviews and meeting the internship objectives/milestones. Email aerospace.membership@nsbe.org to request an application and apply.