SPSP Internship Program
SPSP: is open to Citizens, Permanent Residents or current DACA recipients.
Note: participation in this opportunity necessitates participation in the SoE Co-Op Program (see below).
(Spring/Fall. Looking for regionally local companies to offer the internships.)
The SPSP internship program, a state funded program, allows UNM to pay 2/3 of the student intern's stipend. These are 12-week 12-15 hours per week, internships. This opportunity gives students practical on-site job training and are available to UNM’s SoE Juniors and above (including graduate students) with a minimum 3.0 GPA and are in good standing in their department. US Citizenship is required.
Interested students, please complete the interest form HERE.
Before you apply to this internship program, please read the Eligibility form and make sure you meet all the requirements. Instructions on how to apply are also included.
Interested in our current external Job and Internship postings?
Please check out our page dedicated to Engineering and Computing Internship and Job opportunities.
Resume & Cover letter Help
- Engineering and computing students who need help in creating or updating their resumes and cover letters can contact Nada Abdelhack (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can provide guidelines, feedback and suggestions.
Engineering Companies Interested in Participating
SoE Co-Op Program
- The Cooperative education is a college program that integrates classroom studies with paid, productive, real-life work experience in a degree related field. The SPSP internship program and the SOE CD internship program require that the participating student complete a co-op form. The co-op program requires the student participating in the internship program to enroll in a co-op course. The UNM co-op program provides students with the opportunity to have their experience reflected on their transcript but will not impact the student’s GPA.