Aerospace Manufacturing Internship

Welcome to Technology Cadre’s Aerospace Manufacturing Internship Program!

Looking for a summer internship that pays competitively? Want to develop aerospace manufacturing or culinary arts skills that may lead to a good-paying career? The Monterey County Workforce Development Board is partnering with Joby Aviation and we are currently recruiting interns for Summer 2023.

Program logistical details:

  • The program starts on June 12, 2023, and ends on August 25, 2023.
  • Up to 36 hours per week—32 hours at the work site and 4 hours of community service.
  • $17 per hour.
  • The application deadline is May 24, 2023.

What’s in it for you?

Participate in a competitively paid internship experience at Joby where you might:

  • Shadow Airframe Assembly Technicians to learn processes for preparing and bonding carbon aircraft parts.
  • Shadow Aircraft Maintenance Technicians to help maintain conventional airplanes and helicopters.
  • Shadow Composite Parts Tool Preparation Technicians to learn aerospace production processes, like trimming and autoclave operation.
  • Shadow Joby Chefs while they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner to more than 250 people daily and learn how a commercial kitchen operates.
  • Shadow Inventory Associates to learn aerospace manufacturing inventory, logistics, and supply chain operations.
  • Shadow an Administrative Assistant to help in the scheduling and coordination of daily operations, VIP visits, and tours.
  • An opportunity to build new skills, including learning how to create an effective resume, creating a LinkedIn profile, and practicing key networking and interviewing strategies.

Here’s who we are looking for:

  • Motivated individuals (ages 18-24).
  • Individuals should have a demonstrated interest in a career in aerospace manufacturing or the hospitality industry.
  • Individuals that are highly mechanically inclined, with a thorough understanding of hand/mechanic tools and general mechanical and maintenance practices and procedures.
  • Individuals with experience in auto service or repair or grew up in/around a hangar or workshop.


Questions? Contact Us!

Need more information or have questions, please contact Michael Artalejo at, or Charlotte Johnson at

The Technology Cadre is one of Monterey County WDB’s five Cadre initiatives, along with Green Cadre, Health Cadre, Impact Cadre, and Future Innovators Cadre.

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