Well, you walk into the office between 8-11am (nice grace period here lol) and grab a snack from the mini kitchen (candy, fruits, granola bars, cereal, trail mix, etc.) and head over to your desk. You then open up your emails and look at the important stuff, especially the logs from the automated programs that reports back to us daily. Afterward, you run any programs/scripts that you're tasked to run and check on things you have implemented to run automatically to make sure everything is good. If something is broken, fix it. Then you open up your tasks and figure out what you're going to work on for the rest of the day. Have a daily SCRUM meeting at 11am. Then lunch between 12-1pm. After lunch, you may have a meeting or two with a specific engineer or team. Finish up your work and leave out between 4-7pm. If you stay until 7pm there's free dinner for all software engineers.
A day in the life of a brittle materials intern is get to come in and get work on the projects and tasks assigned to you. This could be anything from sitting at a desk and working on CAD or performing hands on testing/test preparation. You’d then attend a meeting of sorts, whether it is one on one with your manager or team. Meetings help communicate about ongoing work and any updates for the team. Some other interns may come chat with you or ask for your help. The best parts of the day are when you eat lunch and dinner with the other interns because everyone is friendly and wants to hangout on their break.