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Pathmaker Residential Internship Program

Pathmaker Residential Internship Program is designed to provide Purdue students with part-time, career relevant experience on or near campus throughout the school year. Students involved in Pathmaker gain real-world work experience in their chosen field.

Current openings:

Intel Security:

  • Security Research Intern: Secure design, development and operation of Intel’s hardware and software products and services.
  • Intel Labs Intern: Research in the area of parallel programming, high performance computing (HPC), and Big Data Analytics


  • Client-Side Software Intern: Skilled developer to maintain and enhance the application’s client side user interfaces and client-side tools.,
  • Server-Side Software Designer, Intern: to troubleshoot infrastructure issues, configure IIS and contribute to the application’s server-side development

Interactive Intelligence:

  • Software Engineer in Test Intern/Co-op: test and validate the design, implementation, and performance of our VOIP based enterprise and contact center technologies.
  • Platform Test Engineer, Intern: define and document the success criteria for cutting-edge software, use creative approaches to verify that functionality and usability of the software meets the required high quality standards

Delphi Automotive:

  • Software Engineering: will receive experience developing, debugging, documenting, and testing a set of Engineering Software Test Tools.
  • Hardware Engineering: will receive experience building and debugging small and large load boxes for customer specific test benches
  • Systems Engineering: will receive experience verifying Delphi electronic controllers using different engineering procedures

Security Operations Center:

  • Security Operations Center Analyst: will be trained to analyze network traffic, log analysis, prioritize and differentiate between potential intrusion attempts and false alarms.


  • Software Developer: looking to work with students that are or want to become full stack web and mobile developers.
Last Updated: Mar 22, 2017 9:31 AM

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