INTERNSHIPS

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES​

 

 

Impossible Sensing offers dynamic opportunities for exceptional interns to participate in meaningful and challenging work at our St. Louis headquarters. ​Internship terms are currently only offered to bachelor's degree or higher-level students during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Our typical internship opportunities are part-time and can be tailored to fit the students' schedules. 

 

Fall 2021 intern applications are now closed. We will release acceptance announcements on August 13!

We encourage you to check back with us in the future for new opportunities in Spring 2022 and beyond.  Also, follow us on social media to keep up with what we are doing year-round.


 

FALL 2021 SEMESTER 

 

Submissions Accepted: Senior Design Projects, Co-Ops, Internships 

Announcement: July 5 

Submission Deadline: Aug 2

Acceptance Announced: Aug 13 

Start: Aug 30 

End: Dec 10

SPRING 2022 SEMESTER

 

Submissions Accepted: Senior Design Projects, Co-Ops, Internships 

Announcement:  Nov 1 

Submission Deadline: Nov 29 

Acceptance Announced: Dec 13 

Start: Jan 18 

End: Apr 29 

SUMMER 2022 SEMESTER

 

Submission Accepted: paid internships 

Announcement: Feb 14

Submission Deadline: Mar 14

Acceptance Announced: Mar 28 

Start: May 23 

End: Aug 1 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM, CONTACT INFO@IMPOSSIBLESENSING.COM

OUR INTERNS

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SAMUEL OWEN

California Institute of Technology

Software Engineering

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"The work going on at IMS never gets old. How could making the impossible a reality get old? It is constantly evolving, dynamic, and always so interesting."

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MATTHEW BITNER-GLINDZICZ

Washington University

Mechanical Engineering

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"I truly believe the work we are doing can one day change the world."

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ARIELLE SEXTON

Washington University

Electrical Engineering

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"At Impossible I’ve had freedom to work on the projects I’ve found the most interesting and I’ve been encouraged to use my internship as an opportunity to do my own research and learn new things."

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ANDREW BERGANTZ

Washington University

Mechanical Engineering

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"At IMS you get a chance to be a part of the entire engineering process. You get to design something knowing it will actually go into space or on an actual mission. That is so cool to me."

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LOUIE KOTLER

Washington University

Electrical Engineering

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"At Impossible, I can start on day one with a whiteboard design and finish my last day with a physical design in my hand. At another company I would be working on a tiny portion of a sub project that doesn’t matter. Here, everything matters."