Co-op & Internship Programs

Apply Your Knowledge Through Cooperative
Education & Engineering Internships

Students Solving Real-World Problems

A key part of the ATA culture is a love of learning, and sharing what we learn. As a student participating in our co-op program or engineering internships, you work alongside ATA team members on current projects. You gain valuable job skills and real-world experience by solving complex engineering problems. Our mentoring programs have been so successful that about 25% of our full-time employees started as co-op students or engineering interns.

Learning

Cooperative Learning Program (Co-op)

Are there really co-op opportunities with a company that designs, analyzes, and tests theme park rides, aircraft, launch vehicles, and satellites? Yes!

ATA’s co-op program, which began in 2000, allows university students to work side by side with recognized experts in mechanical engineering disciplines such as acoustics, structural dynamics, modal testing, computational fluid dynamics, and thermal analysis.

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Learning

Internship Program

For students interested in engineering internships, ATA offers a summer internship program at its headquarters in San Diego, California. To be eligible for a summer internship, you must have completed your sophomore year and show proven academic success in the field of mechanical, aerospace, or structural engineering. You also must provide your own housing and be able to work in our office for the entire summer.

  • Work alongside ATA experts on current projects.
  • Use your classroom knowledge to solve complex engineering problems.
  • Add job experience to your résumé.

 

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Citizenship Requirements

Many ATA contracts require access to government, defense, and classified information. Therefore, we can only consider your application if you are a U.S. citizen or a U.S. Permanent Resident.

Equal Opportunity Employer

ATA Engineering is an equal opportunity employer. It is ATA Engineering’s policy to recruit, hire, train, and promote into all jobs levels employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, marital status, medical condition including genetic characteristics, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or any other category protected by federal, state, or local laws.