Hardware Engineer Undergrad Summer Intern for Business Personal Systems

  • HP Development Company, L.P.
  • Spring, TX, USA
  • Nov 05, 2019
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Description

Innovation is in HP’s DNA. From our origins in a Palo Alto garage in 1939, to our current position as one of the world’s leading technology companies, HP has grown to become a leader in technology and corporate culture, inspiring innovators and entrepreneurs around the globe. 

HP brings together a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software and services to serve more than 1 billion customers in over 170 countries. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace that attracts exceptional talent and to supporting our employees to succeed at all levels. We dream in over 35 languages and share one mission: to engineer experiences that amaze. 

Join us for a 12-week paid summer internship designed to let you apply your classroom learnings to real world challenges.  Our internships have a thoughtful balance of networking, executive speakers, community involvement, big meaty projects (no paper filing here!) and fun! 

Responsibilities 

As a Hardware Engineer Intern, you will work with a team with Personal Systems on projects to:

  • Design new computer hardware, creating blueprints of computer equipment to be built
  • Test completed models of the computer hardware they design
  • Analyze test results and modify design as needed
  • Update existing computer equipment so that it will work with new software
  • Oversee the manufacturing process for computer hardware
  • Maintain knowledge of computer engineering trends and new technology 

Internship Specifics

  • Creative.  You exist outside the box; your thinking and creativity are as varied as your approach to solving problems. 
  • Crave Ownership.  You take accountability and do not expect someone else to make the tough decisions for you.  You take responsibility when things don’t go as planned, but never fail to share your successes.
  • Grit.  Inconvenient setbacks do not impact your cadence or your results.
  • Curious. You are a continuous learner who looks for ways to improves operations.
  • Attention to Detail. You are committed to documentation, including flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, and charts.
  • Talk Tech. Possess a deep curiosity for technology and experiences.  Stay abreast of technology trends 

Education

 Bachelor’s Degree Candidate with a focus on computer engineering, computer science, or electrical engineering

Experience level of the applicant we want

College / Sixth form, High School