I am a mechanical engineering undergrad at Northeastern University. My school has a co-op program, a type of internship, where you can work at a company in your respective field for up to 6 months and gain credit and real-world experience. I have sent serious emails out to many companies, but so far few have responded with anything meaningful, only having said they have received said emails.
I know K2 has some ski design positions available, but that is for a post graduate position, which for me is only applicable after this spring, or in the fall (depending if I do another co-op).
I would love to get a job that involves one of my great passions and my academic interests. I feel that landing such a position would motivate me more to do well as an engineer, and employ my creativity and design skills.
Do any of you guys, especially those of you who work for these companies, know if these kind of internships are available in the ski industry? If you do, how would I get my interest out besides emails? Should I just call these companies main numbers and hope to get transferred to the right department? Much appreciation for any advice.
idk, shes gotta know her way around 2 slices of bread and meat cheese and lettuce if you know what im sayin. - wh@t
Never take life seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyways
Oh, you hate your job? Why didn't you say so? There's a support group for that. It's called EVERYBODY, and they meet at the bar.