Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies Company (RTX)

About Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies Company (RTX)

Pratt & Whitney, a Raytheon Technologies Company (NYSE:RTX), is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and service of aircraft engines and auxiliary power units.

At Pratt & Whitney, we believe that powered flight has transformed – and will continue to transform – the world. It’s an engine for human progress and an instrument to rise above.

That’s why we work with an explorer’s heart and a perfectionist’s grit to design, build, and service the world’s most advanced and unrelenting aircraft engines. We do this as a way of turning possibilities into realities for our customers.

This is our mission, and a challenge to which we rise every day. It’s about more than transporting people reliably to their destinations. It’s about more than providing the care and intelligence to service aircraft engines expertly. It’s about innovating and engineering a new and exciting future for aviation – one in which the full potential of human progress can be unleashed.

This is how we at Pratt & Whitney approach our work, and this is why we are inspired to go beyond.


Military Engines Intern

May 2021 - August 2021 East Hartford, CT
“Pratt & Whitney has a fantastic company culture, as well as internship program. There were many events offered throughout the summer to help enhance my intern experience. I was matched with a mentor with whom I met with virtually biweekly. ”

Test Systems Engineering Intern

May 2022 - August 2022 East Hartford, CT
“Welcoming team that supported learning, work life balance and involving interns in ongoing projects. Position was hybrid, mainly remote with strong support and capable systems provided for home office. Well run intern program with plenty of support. ”
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