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Performance Engineering Intern

May 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

My internship allowed me to get hands on experience in the engineering field. I was assigned amazing mentors and given real tasks that actually made a difference.

What I wish was different

I wish I could have started sooner.

Advice

I applied to many different places and really didn't consider Honeywell as an employer I wanted to work for. I came across their booth in the career fair last minute and ended up scoring an interview right there. I would advise to keep an open mind and look for jobs even in places you might not think will fit you. I was surprised with how much I loved my internship and I will be starting full time once I graduate.
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Project Engineer

June - August 2019 • Petersburg, VA

What I liked

I really enjoyed working with my superiors and the respect they gave me and my work.

What I wish was different

I wish I had worked remotely less.

Advice

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field technician

May - August 2019 • Tallahassee, FL

What I liked

working outside was the best part

What I wish was different

I wish that the days weren't so long

Advice

if you are not a hard worker then this job is not for you
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Software Engineer Intern

June - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

Experience working on a DevOps team

What I wish was different

The pay and more well put together internship experience. Also the work environment wasn't very updated to software engineering work environments now and days

Advice

If you don't care too much about working in old school cubicles it's a nice place to intern. The heat in the middle of the summer is pretty unbearable but you will survive
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Financial Analyst Intern

May - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

The community within the Future Finance Leaders (FFL) program was definitely a huge reason why I accepted my full-time offer. There was also a lot of exposure to upper-level management throughout the internship, highlighted at the end with a presentation of what we accomplished during our internship to those executives.

What I wish was different

We had to clock out for lunch, which was lame but not a big deal.

Advice

Get started on the recruitment early to help you land an internship or full-time offer!
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Marketing / customer service

May - July 2019 • Asheville, NC

What I liked

I like the experience regarding SEO. I believe that a great part of marketing is in how customers look for you and your product and by SEO development you can have a more efficient way of search done by your customers regarding your product or services.

What I wish was different

Nothing.

Advice

Use your resources. Handshake, College central and more have unlimited services that one can use. The availability of this is crucial since you are involved in every step and process towards obtaining an internship, job, etc. As you get a job or internship you can make connections which can be a really good thing once you graduate.
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Systems Engineer Intern

May - August 2019 • Clearwater, FL

What I liked

The networking opportunity. Being able to meet an assortment of managers in different engineering groups/teams and learning about what each team does and how they contribute to Honeywell, as a whole.

What I wish was different

I think this experience was exactly what I need to have happen at the end of my degree plan. I was taking only one class, online. This internship allowed me to network and, in turn, find myself a full time position with the company.

Advice

NETWORKING IS KEY! Don't waste your opportunity at an internship to meet people. Learning how to do a job is great, but if you only do that, and nothing else, the end of your internship will come and it won't have been as successful as you may think, unless you network, network, network. You may impress the team you're with and get an offer to come back, or go full time, but if you felt like it wasn't quite your fit... it's a missed opportunity if you didn't network.
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Software Engineer

May - August 2019 • Tucson, AZ

What I liked

Interning at Honeywell was amazing- tons of fun intern events, opportunities to learn, and amazing people.

What I wish was different

I had specifically hoped for more programming; the position was less programming-centric and more process focused.

Advice

You only get as much as you put in!
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Controls intern

June - August 2019 • Des Plaines, IL

What I liked

Flexible Schedule.

What I wish was different

More hands on training and guidance.

Advice

Learn about control systems and how to wire them before coming in the industry.
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Additive manufacturing design engineer

May - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

A lot of the projects were centered around my skills sets. However, there were also projects that I was assigned that developed new skills. My co workers were very supportive and helpful, all the while giving me control over the projects I was tasked with.

What I wish was different

Nothing really. I was well supported throughout the internship.

Advice

If you find something interesting in the company that you want to work on, do not be afraid to request this.
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Metallurgical Engineering Intern

May - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

Great group of people willing to take the time to train you like you are already part of the group.

What I wish was different

I wish they were a little better about getting interns to make friends with each other.

Advice

The metal's lab was the best group of people I met at Honeywell. I'm unsure about other areas.
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Software Engineer Int

May - August 2019 • Atlanta, GA

What I liked

My experience with Honeywell was fantastic. I gained valuable experience in the industry, working on real projects along the full-time employees and meeting brilliant people from around the world. I was working on full-stack web development tasks utilizing industry standard tools and frameworks. They had fun activities every month for the interns and various ways to get involved at the ATL office.

What I wish was different

I learned that the software engineering role is not for me, but again this was such valuable information.

Advice

I learned about Honeywell and their internship opportunities through the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing and for any women in tech I highly recommend attending!
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Chemical Engineering Intern

May - August 2019 • Des Plaines, IL

What I liked

I loved my manager and culture. I enjoyed how broad the company is and how many opportunities it has to offer.

What I wish was different

I wish there had been more intern events at work.

Advice

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Mechanical Engineer Intern

May - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

Honeywell possesses an amazing team to work with. The people at Honeywell truly want to be there and made my time there, a very enjoyable experience. I was treated as an employee not some lowly intern and did actual work that mattered. They took my experience in mind and assigned me challenging tasks that were meaningful and provided value for not only me, but had significant impact on projects.

What I wish was different

My experience was incredible but I have heard of others who were not as engaged as I was. However I worked in a smaller group and was not included in many of the larger intern events which excluded me from sharing in some Honeywell experiences. Not a big deal to me as I was there to work and display my skills in hope of earning a job in the future.

Advice

I have an extensive background in industry and was doing real world work that had significant impact on a particular project. I heard others were shuffling papers and kept on the back burner. Not everyone can have the same experience, but no matter what your experience is, do the best you can and create an environment where you will be missed. Display your skills confidently but keep your head down and do the job asked of you. The goal is a projected one... to secure a future. The goal is to get a job! You should be willing to do whatever is asked of you... Even stack boxes, at one point I was asked to do this and gladly got to stacking! Always be a team player!
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Technical Sales and Services Intern

June - August 2019 • Buffalo, NY

What I liked

I enjoyed being exposed to the daily routines of many different chemical engineers and improving my technical writing skills

What I wish was different

I wish I had gotten to be more directly involved in the projects my co-workers were engaged in.

Advice

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Supply Chain Intern

June - August 2019 • Tempe, AZ

What I liked

My manager and my team were terrific. They were all so helpful and invested in me having a positive experience. We also had a lot of opportunities to meet with leadership and tour other Honeywell facilities in the Phoenix area.

What I wish was different

Nothing. I had a great experience.

Advice

Network and get to know the people you work with. Make sure to ask a lot of questions and learn all you can about the company and products.
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Materials Planner Intern

May - August 2019 • Plymouth, MN

What I liked

I like that I was given freedom to explore ways I could utilize my skills to determine solutions to the problems presented to me. I was able to use my excel skills to automate reporting and to present data in a way that's easy to read and understand.

What I wish was different

I wanted to get more immersed into the production planning side of the job by helping on the production floor.

Advice

Be curious. Learn as much as you can during your internships. They are very valuable to your education and future career. Also, don't be afraid to share your own ideas. Companies hire interns because interns provide a fresh perspective and are extremely beneficial to the company.
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Engines and power systems intern

May - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

Loved getting to go live in a new state!! Very real, motivating work

What I wish was different

I wish housing arrangements had been more smoothly made/made further in advance

Advice

Internships are a great chance to try something new! I was unsure about taking this position, but I had one of the best summers of my life this past summer working with Honeywell.
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Project Engineering Intern

June - August 2019 • Tempe, AZ

What I liked

Great learning experience, awesome team of engineers that was very willing to help out

What I wish was different

Work life culture at Honeywell is pretty bad compared to competitors for full time hires, totally fine for interns

Advice

Talk to employees to get a sense of if culture at a location will be a good fit. Take advantage of as many learning opportunities as you can
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Finance Intern

June - August 2019 • Phoenix, AZ

What I liked

I loved the opportunity to collaborate with other Finance interns.

What I wish was different

I wish the internship was 2 weeks longer, from 10 to 12 weeks. I also wish the training was more structured.

Advice

Learn to take initiative! It's up to you to know how to manage your tasks.
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