At Blue Origin, it’s our genuine passion for space exploration that makes an incredibly difficult job equally exhilarating. We’re looking for people who share that passion.
Our hiring bar is exceptionally high, and we want to keep our team small and collaborative. You have to want to work in an environment where the people occupying each and every role are among the most technically gifted in their area of expertise. You should be at the top of your field, remarkably dedicated, and excited about shaping our future in space.
We’re also working on real hardware—so building and testing should be in your blood, too. Our engineering, manufacturing, and business teams work in a 260,000 sq. ft. facility on 26 acres in Kent, Washington—just 20 minutes south of Seattle. We do our engine and flight testing at our range in West Texas (two hours east of El Paso) at the world’s only privately owned and operated launch site.
I’ve always loved to build things, and Blue Origin is the pinnacle of building something that really matters
Our interns participate in real engineering design projects related to the development and construction of human spaceflight systems. Interns work directly with our engineers to contribute to project goals in the fields of mechanical design, fluids, aerodynamics, rocket propulsion, flight controls, electronics, avionics, enterprise software, flight software, composites, chemistry, human safety, and systems engineering. We also offer opportunities in business development and finance. Working directly with our team, students gain real-life experience that allows them to apply classroom learning to real aerospace challenges.
Current graduate and undergraduate students in engineering, science, technology, accounting, and business are invited to apply for this 10-week program. Most Blue Origin internships are available at our facility in Kent, Washington, but we also have some opportunities at our facility in West Texas. Our interns receive housing and a competitive compensation package including travel reimbursement.
Blue completely changed my view on what I can expect out of a career in aerospace engineering
Applicants must be a United States citizen, permanent resident alien, or otherwise able to review all export-controlled technical information. Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program and have at least one semester of school remaining after the internship. Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.
We require one letter of recommendation, which must be submitted by the application deadline. Students are expected to contact their chosen professor, Blue Origin will not send a separate request. Ask your chosen professor to describe your abilities and potential. The professor must e-mail the letter of recommendation directly to Blue Origin (.pdf preferred). Please ensure that your name is included in the e-mail and letter.
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