Paid Internships in Production and Processes!

3D Molecular Designs is seeking 30 highly-motivated students for 2019 summer internships. Full-time, part-time, 1st, 2nd, 3rd shift and weekend positions are available. Students in all majors and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Pay begins at $9.00 per hour, higher rates for 3rd shift hours. See job and application information below.

Advanced Internships are available to students who have specialized knowledge and want to focus on projects that will benefit 3D Molecular Designs. Advanced Interns split their hours between traditional intern tasks and their projects as assigned. Full-time positions preferred. Pay ranges from $10-$12 per hour, based on experience. READ MORE

Gain Valuable Skills and Experience

Students Report Many Benefits

  • Quality improvement
  • Process improvement
  • Metrics reporting and tracking
  • Teamwork, communication and problem solving  

Additional skills and experiences vary by major.

  • I get to do a lot of different things and review biochem while I complete my work.
  • I get to create my schedule and get paid over minimum wage.
  • Time management, interpersonal skills, team work, socializing, organizing, mechanical skills, troubleshooting, problem solving and quality control are the major skills that will help me in the future.

Production Intern Tasks

  • Operate injection molding presses
  • Operate a new die-cutting beam press and other equipment
  • Operate 3D printers and finish parts
  • Pack and ship orders
  • Assemble, bag and package components and products
  • Maintain the office and production space

Production Intern Job Description

Application Process

Mandatory Training

  1. Submit your resume via Handshake.
  2. Complete a survey and compete in an activity at 3D Molecular Designs' information table on Monday, April 29 between 11am and 6pm in the CC Great Room.
  3. Complete a skills test in conjunction with an interview.

These internship positions require specialized training in order to operate equipment in a safe, effective and efficient manner. New hires are required to participate in three days of training Wednesday, May 29 through Friday, May 31, 2019.