Electrical Engineer Intern
Our commitment to excellence doesn't stop with our technology, it extends to the people we hire. When you join Cree, you'll find yourself immersed in a culture similar to any startup environment - fast decision making, passionate people and constant innovation.
What can Cree do for you?
Cree offers an extensive 12-week internship program that aligns with our new hiring model and talent development strategy. Students a part of our internship program will develop knowledge and skills across their areas of interest while gaining insight into unit operations. Additionally, you will have the ability apply academic concepts to real world business challenges. An intern has opportunity to be a key strategic contributor from the ground up.
What can you do for Cree?
Bring enthusiasm, creativity, and an open-mind to help strengthen our culture and build on our success
Bring a fresh perspective to the challenges we face
Learn from an experienced team
Deepen your understanding of classroom concepts
Gain real-world experience
What you need for success:
Enrollment in an accredited collegiate program
Maintains a 3.0 GPA or above
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work without sponsorship now or in the future
Who You'll Work With
As an Electrical Engineering Intern, you will have the chance to work with our Power/RF/LED Teams with the following responsibilities:
Apply standard electrical power and / or controls engineering techniques and procedures
Assists experienced Engineers in implementation of product changes into the production facilities
Assist in developing engineering calculations based on industry standards
Assist in developing major equipment specifications
Additional projects focused on the improvement of safety, quality, and throughput as needed at the supervisor's discretion
This role may require additional duties and/or assignments as designated by management.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.