Summer Internship Program (approximately 3 months in duration)
Ekso Bionics offers multiple internship opportunities for STEM and non-STEM undergraduate and graduate level students. Interested candidates should apply for the position that most aligns with their interests and educational backgrounds.
We have filled all positions for our Summer 2017 Internship Program. Information for our Summer 2018 Internship Program will be available starting in fall 2017.
Former Interns on their summer at Ekso Bionics:
“At Ekso, I built the software and circuits for a foot sensor test setup. Ekso helped me to become a multi-disciplinary engineer by enabling me to dabble in circuit, control loop, concurrency, and GUI design." – Amanda Loh, Software Engineering Intern, Summer 2016 (University of Washington class of 2017, BS in EE/CS)
“During my summer at Ekso, I worked closely with members of the Industrial team on the development of the ekso works zeroG arm. For the duration of my ten-week internship, I independently developed a cycle-testing apparatus for the arm, simulating the real-world loads that would be encountered in the field and facilitating lifespan estimates for each component. I received excellent guidance from the experienced engineers on the team, and got to follow the evolution of multiple projects, gaining insight into the full product development process. I would certainly recommend the experience to anyone hoping to gain exposure to an exciting, dynamic, and close-knit company making meaningful advances in robotics, healthcare, and human augmentation.” – Connor McCann, Mechanical Engineering Intern, Summer 2016 (Yale University class of 2018, BS in ME)
"I worked closely with the Medical Device team working on a variety of projects for Ekso’s latest innovations. My tasks exposed me to a wide variety of hands on experiences in manufacturing, test engineering, electrically integrated systems development, and industrial design. Ekso has an intelligent, passionate team of engineers who provide great perspectives and insights for solving some really cool problems." - Matthew Molina, Mechanical Engineering Intern, Summer 2016 (Stanford University class of 2017, BS in ME)