Student intern will work with Penn State faculty and a local energy-sector corporate partner, Protogen Energy, to develop hardware to be used in the training of energy industry workers. Work will be performed at an off-campus facility under the supervision of Protogen Energy personnel. The intern should be familiar with basic electrical laboratory test equipment and soldering techniques. Protogen Energy will provide necessary technical and safety training. Intern must provide his/her own transportation to the work location.
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