NCC Youth Summer Manufacturing Internship

WHO

Students ages 14–19 with interest in manufacturing

WHAT

An opportunity for students to learn valuable employability and safety skills and to intern at an area manufacturing business while earning 3 college credits and being paid $10 an hour for their time at their internship

WHEN

June 1–4 (on campus course work and OSHA 10 certification)

June 7–July 30 (Minimum of 10 hours per week to complete 60–80 hours total)

WHY

Learn valuable skills and experience in the manufacturing workplaceWelding, Engineering, Machining, Fabrication, Painting, Robotics, Assembly, Business Operations, General Manufacturing

PERKS

• $10 an hour for internship (up to 80 hours)
• 3 college transfer credits
• OSHA 10 Certification
• Safety gear for welding (if applicable)
• Insight and networking in the manufacturing sector

area manufacturing partners

Cherokee
• RJ Thomas Mfg. Co. Inc.

George
• Sudenga (DTI, Dura-Lift)

Hawarden
• Coilcraft

Hospers
• Den Hartog

Orange City
• Diamond Vogel
• SEKISUI Aerospace

Rock Rapids
• LVO Manufacturing

Rock Valley
• Double HH
• Rock Industries
• Siouxland Machine
• Valley Machining Co.

Sheldon
• Maintainer
• Rosenboom

Sioux Center
• Interstates

Sutherland
• JTV Mfg, Inc.

potential internship areas

Welding & Fabrication
*Will be given preference

Machine Operation CNC & Manual
•Machining, Bending, Cutting, etc

Assembly

Industrial Painting

Specialty Processes
Plastics, Composites, Paint Production, Paper Products, Heat Treat, etc

Robotics/Automation

General Manufacturing
Experience more areas, but less in-depth

Maintenance
Equipment, Facility, etc

Manufacturing Support
Safety, Quality, Scheduling, Customer Service, Information Technology, Warehousing/Logistics, etc

Engineering
Research & Development, Product Design, Process Design, Process Improvement, etc

Business Operations
Purchasing, Finance, Marketing, Leadership, Human Resources, Business Planning, etc

REGISTRATION

QUESTIONS? CONTACT

Sarah Breems-Diekevers

sbreems-diekevers@nwicc.edu  |  712-324-5061 ext. 137