Internship Program

TEECOMuniversityLow-voltage. High impact.


TEECOM’s internship teaches success.

Each summer we launch TEECOMuniversity, an intense three-month internship program with instructor-led classroom-style sessions teaching the fundamentals of low-voltage engineering, including telecommunication, audiovisual, and security systems. The program offers hands-on learning for AutoCAD and Revit, as well as field trips to project sites where interns observe first-hand the systems they are designing. Interns gain real-world engineering skills that they’ll use throughout their studies and future career. 

But don’t just take it from us.


Here’s what some of our TEECOMuniversity graduates have to say:

“My Hong Kong internship was pretty much just basic office tasks, not a lot of learning experience or interaction with my colleagues. Here, we learn directly from the engineers about what it’s like to work not just at TEECOM, but anywhere — what you need to know about how to interact with other people at the office, how to present in a meeting, interview skills.” — Kaylee Pitt, undergraduate in Architectural Engineering at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo 

“It’s more like an educational setting. You learn a lot more explicitly instead of the learn-as-you-go approach. They actually sit you down and teach you stuff.” — Krishna Mehta, Structural Engineering undergraduate at University of California, San Diego

Get paid to learn.


Bring your best every day and we’ll provide the tools you need to succeed.

At TEECOMuniversity, you can expect daily courses provided by top industry talent; weekly quizzes and exams; hands-on learning in AutoCAD and Revit; field trips to project sites; a welcome packet including your schedule, a loaner laptop, and TEECOM swag; and to experience TEECOM culture, where we work hard, give back, and have fun!

Who’s a good candidate for TEECOMuniversity? The curious minds, the problem-solvers, the engineering adventurers who seek to cross disciplinary boundaries. If this sounds like you, bookmark this page for January 2019.