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Summer Intern Program

At Hydro-Thermal we enjoy mentoring individuals and forging long lasting relationships. We also realize that providing internships is more than just getting summertime help. It’s a way to give back to the community by offering young people real experience as part of a professional team.

The Hydro-Thermal summer internship program covers many areas of the business, including: plant operations, sales, lab research, engineering and more.

The internship program begins end of May/early June with a customized on-boarding program. Interns spend time with our CEO learning about the company’s vision and values, as well as, hearing about our business goals. They also hear presentations from each department, to help them get a sense of how the entire company works together.

After onboarding, interns meet regularly with their department manager to share updates on their progress. Hydro-Thermal also provides interns with the opportunity to take part in other company activities, including the Fun Committee events, process improvement exercises, and our quarterly all-staff meeting.

At the end of summer, interns create and deliver a presentation to the management team, showcasing what they have accomplished. At this point, interns demonstrate their expanded knowledge in their field, share highlights and accomplishments, and communicate how their real world experience will benefit them.

If you have questions regarding this program, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Human Resources.

“Honestly, I couldn’t have asked for a better place to work!  Everyone is extremely willing to help and I was very involved with projects and various engineering meetings.  I felt like I was actually contributing to the company instead of being given busy work all summer.  I think a lot of internships at other places forget about interns and it was really nice to see that we were needed.”

- Corey Darm, Engineering Intern

 

“I liked seeing how what I’m learning can be used in the real world.  The Onboarding was nice.  I liked knowing who people were and what their roll was.  I enjoyed all of the hands on experiences.”

- Brandon Gooden, Engineering Intern