Florida Turbine Technologies' (FTT) Fellowship program pairs graduate or undergraduate engineering students with challenging turbomachinery development tasks consistent with FTT needs and the capabilities, goals and professional development objectives of the student. As a supplier of advanced technology turbomachinery solutions for a wide range of applications (industrial gas turbines, aircraft jet engines and rockets), FTT is seeking candidates in all technical discipline areas (i.e., mechanical design, aerodynamics, heat transfer, combustion, structures, etc.)
The Fellow, working under the direction of a senior-level mentor, will be an active member of FTT's engineering team and will have the opportunity to interact with senior engineers and design teams and to gain highly-valued, real-world working experience. Typical Fellowship opportunities include a balance of engineering, analytical and hands-on problem solving to give our Fellows a well-rounded and rewarding working opportunity.
FTT is located in Jupiter, Florida, where our Fellows can also enjoy all forms of summer recreational activities at nearby beaches and parks.
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®), headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a multidisciplinary, independent, nonprofit, applied engineering and physical sciences research and development organization with 10 technical divisions.