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Thanks for stopping by - and for your interest in joining the Fort Wayne Metals family as an intern!

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When can I apply?

We post our internship openings every year around mid-November, so please remember to check back and apply. Keep in mind the application process timeline varies for each opening, so you should apply as soon as possible for any openings that interest you and match your experience. In the event you don't see a current opportunity that pairs with your experience or interest, we encourage you to check back again.

Why should I intern at Fort Wayne Metals?

As an intern, you contribute to making the world a better place! How exactly? By supporting our mission of making products used by our customers in medical devices that are helping improve the lives of people around the world. In fact, you may have a friend or family member who has been positively impacted by a medical device - such as braces, dental implants, surgical staples, or stents - containing material made at Fort Wayne Metals!

What does the internship experience look like?

They are structured to ensure you engage in relevant tasks and projects that not only expand your learning but provide a direct effect on our day-to-day success. Because we want to make sure you have the opportunity for personal and professional growth, we offer group learning activities, social events, and one-on-one sessions that help develop your talents and strengths. Finally, you are part of a culture that values innovation, continuous improvement, and community support - all while being paid throughout your entire time here.

Got questions?

If you have additional questions or want to learn more about internship program, please email [email protected]

“Being able to explore different career paths within Information Technology helped me gain confidence in myself. I had the freedom to work with other teams and departments to come up with new ideas and solutions that not only benefit my colleagues, but the entire company.”
Gabby Carsten, Information Technology Intern
“Being an intern helped me to grow my knowledge and understanding of manufacturing and to create deeper connections with people. I had the opportunity to work closely with other disciplines to ensure my projects were effective and beneficial, helping to broaden my innovative mindset.”
Brandon Cathey, Engineering Intern
“It wasn't long before I became a part of the Fort Wayne Metals family. The friendly atmosphere is contagious and got me excited to come into work to do my best. It's fulfilling to know that my work helped contribute to the whole organization.”
Grace Buhr, Accounting & Finance Intern