Middle River Aerostructure Systems offers students with opportunities for first-hand experience in the development and production of company-manufactured aerostructures that are used on jetliners and business jets worldwide.
The internship experience at MRAS is robust, with ample occasions to train in “real world” settings and develop career-related skills – supplementing classroom learning. At MRAS, interns are an important part of the team and are given the opportunity to experience real work throughout their time with the company.
Middle River Aerostructure Systems partners with different
colleges and universities
to provide hands-on learning experience to students in the area
MRAS’ summer internship program brings valuable work experience to students
Middle River Aerostructure Systems welcomed a group of interns during the summer, enabling them to gain direct experience when working alongside employees.
focus on interns who have joined MRAS
Christopher Grzymala is an example of a former intern who has built his entire professional career at Middle River Aerostructure Systems.
Michael Sacra began his career at MRAS as an intern with the analysis team in the summer of 2006, subsequently taking additional responsibilities – including as the C919 Engineering Program Manager
Joseph Young started at MRAS as a manufacturing engineering intern a decade ago, securing a full-time manufacturing engineering position after graduation.
After two internships at MRAS, Andrew Roach continued to work for the company post-graduation growing to an advanced lead engineer for thrust reversers and nacelle components on the Airbus A320neo aircraft.