Mechanical Engineering Technology Jobs
This program prepares students for professional careers in a broad range of industries and governmental agencies, and Penn State Behrend graduates are employed in the automotive, aeronautical, petroleum, defense, medical, power generation, transportation, and materials fields, among others.
Who Hires MET Majors?
Employers of recent Behrend Mechanical Engineering Technology graduates include Babcock & Wilcox, Cummins, Exxon Mobile, GE, General Dynamics, Joy Global, Sandia National Laboratory, U.S. Steel, Westinghouse, and Zurn Industries.
School of Engineering students also were accepted into challenging graduate programs at Case Western Reserve University, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Massachusetts, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina, Penn State, and Purdue University.
Penn State Behrend has a comprehensive support system that will help you to identify and achieve your goals for the college classroom and beyond. Meet with your academic adviser often and take advantage of the services offered by the Academic and Career Planning Center beginning in your first semester.
Internships and Co-ops
Students in the Mechanical Engineering Technology programs can incorporate a cooperative educational or internship experience into their academic program. These professional, career-related experiences in an organizational setting are valuable for a student's professional career development, and students may receive academic credit that applies to their degree program.
If you are a student looking for more information on co-op and internship listings and how to apply, please refer to the School of Engineering Student Handbook.