Overview

The Preparing to Lead (PTL) program, the Keller Center’s longest standing internship program, was launched in the summer of 2007. As part of the PTL program, students embark on internships in which they will receive exposure to mentorship and coaching in an engineering role. Students will gain hands-on experience in a real-world context which will enable them to put their learned engineering skills to work. Most summer internships will commence in the first or second week of June and must be a minimum of eight (8) weeks in length. Specific dates (and additional weeks) can be discussed between the employer and student.

To view internship listings, visit the Internships tab. To view the full listing click “Read More” in the bottom right corner of each box.

To read about past experiences of students who have participated in a Preparing to Lead internship, visit the Students tab.

International PTL Opportunities for Summer 2014 
In addition to the REACH program in Germany and Hong Kong, the Keller Center has added a few new international internship opportunities for engineers. The international listings are as follows:

Broad Corporation – Changsha, China (apply on the Princeton in Asia website)
Lafarge – Lyon, France
Nokia – Positions in Tampere, Finland, Helsinki, Finland, and Berlin, Germany
Ruhr Fellowship Program, Germany