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NAI offers paid internships and co-ops to qualified undergraduate and graduate students, as well as outstanding high school students. You will have the opportunity to work with our talented team on challenging projects. Interns and co-op students are valued team members who directly contribute to the company’s products, processes, and day-to-day operations.

We offer multiple internships and co-ops in various departments throughout the company which may include engineering, marketing, finance and IT. We have engineering opportunities for students majoring in electrical, software, mechanical, hardware digital design, and more.

All of our interns and co-op students enjoy competitive wages, flexible scheduling and a hands-on approach to learning.

NAI Interns visit American Airpower Museum
Stony Brook University and North Atlantic Industries Engineering Teaching Lab
NAI Funds New Engineering Teaching Lab

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences opened a new engineering teaching lab in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, thanks to generous funding from industry partner North Atlantic Industries, Inc. In a special ceremony on November 12, 2018, the “North Atlantic Industries Engineering Teaching Lab” was dedicated as a facility for middle and high school students, Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Honors program for pre-college students, evening undergraduate and graduate courses, master’s level courses for high school teachers, summer camps for high school students, professional development and more.

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NAI Sponsors Robotic Teams Across Long Island

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is a high school robotics program designed to motivate students to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. Over the years, NAI has helped launch several FIRST Robotics programs in school districts across Long Island. NAI continues to be actively involved in the FIRST program by sponsoring six local high school robotics programs and the Long Island Regional competition. NAI hopes to encourage more young people to enter STEM fields and to help students develop life skills and self-confidence by sponsoring and mentoring the following FIRST Robotics programs:

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