Internships

Manager Perspective

Intern Perspective

Internships

Internships expand on what the Raisbeck Aviation High School students learn at RAHS. Students experience the entire internship process, from creating a resume, applying and interviewing for the internship, to working on real world projects alongside professionals, to reflecting on what they learned at the internship.

We believe high school is the right age to inspire our future aerospace/aviation/STEM workforce and that internships are the key.

Full Internships

Internships provide an in depth experience of 90-180 hours. They give the student the most real world experience, boost the student’s resume and college application and provide an introduction to future employees. In addition, Raisbeck Aviation High School receives funding from the state to acknowledge full internships, which helps support the program.

Job Shadows

Create an experience of 20-90 hours for one or more students, either at the same time, or staggered schedules. Hours can be flexible and should meet your needs as well as the student’s schedule.

Extended Job Shadow/Mini Internships

Create an experience of 20-90 hours for one or more students, either at the same time, or staggered schedules. Hours can be flexible and should meet your needs as well as the student’s schedule.

Employers: How to Get Involved

  1. If you see an opportunity you are interested in, fill out the interest form and submit it to the Work-based Learning Coordinator, Steve Davolt or stop by to talk with her in the Career Center.
  2. Students can be placed in both paid and unpaid internships, after school or during the summer.
  3. RAHS staff will help you develop the internship description, including learning objectives and measurable outcomes. And, RAHS staff will post the opportunity, pre-screen, prepare and send only serious and eligible candidates for interviews.
  4. Staff will take the lead in all compliance and safety forms required by the state, and will provide ongoing support to you and the intern.

Students: How to Get Started

  1. Check out our current opportunities – if you see something you like..
  2. Learn in a real world work place experience beyond the classroom!
  3. Be inspired and informed about your college and career aspirations!
  4. Make professional contacts and gain experience to strengthen your resume or application to top notch universities!

New Opportunities

Looking for an internship opportunity? Check out this listing of current openings. 

Intern Sponsors

Thank you to our wonderful Intern Sponsors!

  • Acuwings
  • Aviation Partners Boeing
  • Aviation Training Center
  • BLR Performance Innovation Aerospace Company
  • Boeing
  • Camp Invention
  • Champion and Associates
  • Clay Lacy Aviation
  • Dynon Avionics
  • Environmental Science Center
  • Erin Air
  • FAA – Airframe and Cabin Safety
  • FAA – Auburn
  • FAA – Aviation Clerk
  • FAA – Flight Procedures Operations Support Group
  • FAA- Real Estate
  • FAA – Security and Hazardous Waste
  • FAA – Engineering
  • FAA – Medical
  • FAA – Runway and Quality Assurance
  • Fauntleroy Children’s Center
  • Fred Hutinson
  • Galvin Flying Service
  • Girls Rock Math Camp
  • Hawdon Algebra Tutor Internship
  • Hobart Engineering
  • Hytek Esterline
  • Hytek Esterline – CATIA Masking
  • Kenmore Air
  • Kymeta Corporation
  • LIGO
  • LMI
  • Museum of Flight – ACE Camp
  • Museum of Flight – Airpark Host
  • Museum of Flight – Amelia Earhart
  • Museum of Flight – Crew Compartment Access Guide
  • Museum of Flight – Educator
  • Museum of Flight – Gallery Ambassador
  • Museum of Flight – MAP
  • Museum of Flight – Pathfinder
  • Museum of Flight – Pathfinder Logistics
  • Museum of Flight – RAeS
  • Planetary Resources
  • PNBAA
  • Port of Seattle – Aviation Emergency Management
  • Port of Seattle – Aviation Operations
  • RAHS STEM Careers
  • Raisbeck
  • Seafair Airshow 2014
  • Seafair Airshow 2014 – Lead
  • Seafair Ambassador
  • Swedish Medical Center – Neuroscience Institute
  • Tableau Software