It’s Time to Apply for Summer 2020 Internships

shutterstock_474927844Are you a student majoring in engineering, computer science, math, or physics? Do you like computational fluid dynamics and mesh generation? Have you started thinking about how you’ll spend next summer? Are you home for winter break with free time to update your resume? Enough with the questions. You might want to apply for one of Pointwise’s summer 2020 internships.

An intern on our Engineering Services team will be responsible for assisting with quality assurance testing of new features, generation of meshes for benchmarks, and researching various customer-reported issues. (In other words, applied mesh generation.) For more details and a link to the job application see the Careers page on our website.

What did last summer’s Engineering Services (formerly Technical Support) intern say about his experience?

“Pointwise was my first internship and I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. I was immediately given responsibilities and trusted like any other employee. If you want to earn valuable experience in CFD, Pointwise is the place to go.”

An intern on our Product Development team will participate in the development, testing, documentation and release of our software product. (In other words, programming.) For more details and a link to the job application see the Careers page on our website.

What did last summer’s Product Development intern say about his experience?

“The community at Pointwise is unlike any company I have ever experienced or heard about. While at Pointwise I learned a lot, met some great people, and got to do real, meaningful work.”

Want to read all about what our interns did this past summer? Checkout this article on the blog.

But don’t delay. Submit your application for a summer 2020 internship in CFD today.

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1 Response to It’s Time to Apply for Summer 2020 Internships

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