Engineer And Apprentice Using Automated Milling Machine At WorkThrough the STEM Manufacturing Internship Program, the Northwest Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) facilitates identifying, screening, and selecting a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) college student for a manufacturers’ project. Our program has helped companies accelerate technology development and address process and technology-related issues with significant and quantifiable results, like increased productivity and decreased costs. NWIRC currently has a robust database of student resumes collected from Fall career fairs and through our website portal. Spring and Summer may seem distant, but students will soon be considering their internship opportunities.

Now is the optimal time to match your project requirements and objectives with the ideal student’s skill-set and work interests. Learn more about how to get started with the program at one of these upcoming 15-minute webinars (click to register):


November 15 at 10:00am
November 17 at 3:00pm