Donaldson Internships Summer 2018 - Engineering in Bloomington, Minnesota

Title: Internships Summer 2018 - Engineering Location: Bloomington, MN Other Locations: null

Our intern program at Donaldson is a key component of our recruiting strategy. We recruit from a variety of universities, with a focus on summer internships at our Bloomington, MN headquarters, and summer internships at some of our U.S. plant locations.

Our focus is on providing a great learning experience. Interns also make valuable contributions to our product development and enhancement initiatives. We strive to provide employment opportunities for successful graduating interns; over the past several years we have made full-time offers to a significant number of summer interns. To be considered you must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate engineering degree program, and prior internship or co-op experience is preferred.

Engineering Career Path

A typical engineering career path in one of our Engine or Industrial business groups begins with new graduates hired as Applications Engineers. In this role, you will translate customer needs into product specifications, develop product concepts, validate designs, participate in field testing, and many other activities that are critical to bringing our products to market. From there your career might take you into project leadership, product management, program management, engineering management, general management and beyond.

A career path in Donaldson’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology or Corporate Technology groups will typically begin with new graduates hired into a group focused on a particular filtration technology – whether it is air and liquid filtration fundamentals, chemical filtration, materials technology or process technology. In this role, you will interact with multiple engineers and scientists, conduct lab testing of filter materials and products, develop new filtration solutions and aid in bringing new technologies to market for our businesses. From there your career might take you into technology leadership, product management, program management, engineering management, general management, and beyond.

Requirements for entry level engineering positions include an undergraduate degree in engineering (typically Mechanical, Aerospace or Chemical), prior internship, co-op or practical experience, and prior project leadership experience.

  • Must be enrolled in a post-secondary degree program pursuing Bachelor's or Master's level.