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    Good Engineering Internship

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Intern - Mechanical Engineer Intern in Torrance, CA
    Former Intern - Mechanical Engineer Intern in Torrance, CA

    I worked at Moog as an intern (less than a year)

    Pros

    As an Intern I had:
    Project Responsibilities
    Access to engineering facilities
    Real and meaningful work

    I felt welcome, everyone was very helpful and friendly. I never felt afraid to ask questions and was in fact encouraged to do so. I was on a first name basis with everyone, including the head engineer, which was fantastic

    Cons

    The systems are dated (although they are revamping them) and resources could be difficult to work with.
    Southern California problems (traffic, locals, etc..)

    Recommends
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    No opinion of CEO

Moog Interviews

Updated Jan 21, 2015
Updated Jan 21, 2015

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    Phone interview with HR person, followed by in-person interview with hiring team.

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Website www.moog.com
Headquarters East Aurora, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1951
Type Company - Public
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Moog (rhymes with "rogue") rules with its precision-control components and systems used in aerospace products, industrial machinery, and medical equipment. Servoactuators, Moog's core product, receive electrical signals from computers and then perform specific actions. Using its servoactuators, Moog builds flight and control systems for commercial and military aircraft, as well as hydraulic and electrical controls for automated industrial machinery, wind turbines, and control systems for satellites and spacecraft, launch vehicles, and missiles. It also makes infusion... More

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