More than 1,000 engineering students at Michigan State University are graduating this spring, and there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about what it takes to build, repair and operate an engine.
Engineers, who have been in business for more than a century, can learn how to operate the engine, run the engine and inspect parts.
Some jobs are related to electrical engineering, and engineers also work on air quality testing.
Students will be able to earn credit for work they have completed during the summer months, and they will be eligible for a stipend of $10,000 if they are accepted.
The stipend is for work performed during the spring semester, but the maximum stipend available to graduates is $20,000 for a three-year program.
Engineering students can also work in the field of air quality monitoring, including testing equipment and monitoring the health of engines.