Be Calspan: Welcome Intern Class of 2019

Be Calspan: Welcome Intern Class of 2019

Introducing Calspan’s Summer Interns for 2019

Calspan is pleased to welcome 13 interns into its highly competitive summer internship program. Internship positions range from business development and marketing to engineering support in each of our core business units. Throughout the course of this 13-week program, these young professionals will work alongside some of the best in aerospace and automotive research. Not only will they learn in their respective disciplines, but they will also have the opportunity to attend professional development workshops during the course of the program. By summer’s end, each student will have had an opportunity to collaborate across all of Calspan’s business units in the Buffalo-Niagara area.

Welcome, 2019 Summer Interns!

Left to right: Casey, Josiah, Nicholas, Matthew, Benjamin, Vikram, Megan, Kevin, Rohit, Alyssa, Cale (Camera Shy: Michael, Jason)

This year’s intern class is made up of students a variety of schools including Clarkson University, Rochester Institute of Technology, University at Buffalo, University of Michigan, and University at Pittsburgh.  

Look out for the Calspan interns at Buffalo’s 2019 Corporate Challenge and helping make the community a better place to work and live as they engage in a full day of community service this summer.

About Calspan

At Calspan, we promote an environment that empowers employees and encourages innovation. Our management team enables a strong sense of teamwork with each endeavor, where successes are shared and lessons learned. The company’s talent brand, “Be Calspan”, incorporates our company values to be Inclusive, Accountable and Innovative. Our culture promotes a positive atmosphere and competitive can-do method of action. There is a pride and a sense of ownership ingrained in each of our employees with every task set before them.

Calspan’s primary responsibility is to help innovators develop and evaluate their products in simulated situations.  From prototypes, models, and force measurement systems such as balances and load cells to state-of-the-art test laboratories including an 8ft transonic wind tunnel, a massive indoor crash lab for safety testing, and eight airborne testbeds. Experts at Calspan design and execute tests to get customers the data they need. Learn more about what it means to “Be Calspan” by visiting:

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