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Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP)

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Industries:

Agriculture & Natural Resources Conservation| Engineering| Sciences: Biological & Physical| Other Lean Manufacturing

Positions Typically Hiring For:

Biomedical Engineering| Chemical Engineering| Civil Engineering| Engineering Technology, General| Environmental Science

Positions Posted (Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page)

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MnTAP Summer Internship position (up to 15 available)

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Agriculture & Natural Resources Conservation| Engineering| Engineering Technology & Drafting| Sciences: Biological & Physical

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Biomedical Engineering| Chemical Engineering| Civil Engineering| Engineering (Pre-Engineering), General| Environmental Science

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The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program is seeking Junior and Senior Science and Engineering students to lead their own projects focused on energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction, and pollution prevention with companies in Minnesota.

MnTAP Interns will spend their summer leading projects to learn manufacturing processes, identify opportunities to reduce waste, energy and/or water and costs, as well as work on implementation plans as appropriate. MnTAP interns present their results to their company management as well as at the annual MnTAP Intern Symposium in late August. Project summaries are published in MnTAP's annual Solutions publication.

In 2022, 16 MnTAP interns helped their companies achieve annual savings of:

-68 million gallons of water
-6 million kWh of electricity
-556,000 therms of natural gas
-70,000 lbs of chemical inputs
-742,000 lbs of solid waste
-$3 million to their bottom line


This year, MnTAP plans to support up to 15 projects at a variety of industries around the state of Minnesota. Specific project descriptions will be posted on the MnTAP website at http://www.mntap.umn.edu/interns/student/apply/ as they are confirmed in mid-late February. Check back frequently as more projects are posted over the course of March.

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Matt

Domski

Intern Program Manager

6126245119

200 Oak Street SE, Suite 350-1

Minneapolis

Minnesota

55455

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