Fall 2022 Tech Scholar Intern
Industrial Operations
Part Time
Springfield, Tn


As a leading global appliance company, we place the consumer at the heart of everything we do. Through our brands, including Electrolux, AEG, Anova, Frigidaire, Westinghouse and Zanussi, we sell more than 60 million household and professional products in more than 150 markets every year.

Electrolux has been doing business since 1919. The headquarters are located in Stockholm, Sweden, and the Electrolux share ELUXb is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm.

For nearly 100 years, Electrolux has sought out to change the world for the better. We’ve strived at our company to improve gender equality and provide revolutionizing home solutions, all the while saving you countless hours on chores – giving you more room for the things you love. All of this starting with a single vacuum sale, we’ve now grown into a global leader in home and professional appliances.

Our future is determined by the way we all live our lives. That’s why we strive to improve everyday life for millions of people and the world around us. It is embodied in everything we do. In every idea, every product and every human

We believe that outstanding taste experiences should be easy for everyone. That there is always a better way to care for our clothes to make them look and feel new longer. That the home should be a place for wellbeing, a place to care
for ourselves and our loved ones.

To succeed, we continuously rethink and improve our ways of working – internally, and together with our customers and partners.

By creating desirable solutions and great experiences that enrich peoples’ daily lives and the health of our planet, we want to be a driving force in defining enjoyable and sustainable living.

This is us – at Electrolux we shape living for the better.


The Electrolux Technical Apprentice Program (Tech Scholars) allows second year students from community colleges or third trimester technical certificate program students to attend class full-time at a local educational institution while
working part-time at Electrolux.  The objectives are to allow students to further their education and gain relevant technical experience in a manufacturing environment.

This is a two-semester program. (Fall & Spring academic terms).

Scholars will have the opportunity to apply skills and knowledge acquired during school and training in the plant.  The following principles apply:

  • Safety is top priority at Electrolux. Scholars will learn safety policies and practices and will always be expected to comply with those policies and practices.
  • Scholars may rotate between departments/areas at management’s discretion. Areas may include, and are not limited to, maintenance, process technology, tooling, automation, and/or other areas as assigned.
  • Training and hands-on experience are the priorities of the on-the-job training (OJT) phase.
  • Scholars will be responsible for recording their daily OJT experiences in a logbook and submit a monthly OJT report to the Training Facilitator.
  • Scholars will meet weekly with the Training Facilitator to ensure objectives are on target for successful completion of the program.


  • Must maintain full time student status (12 credit hours minimum for Community College, full-time clock hours for Technical College) and commitment to attend school year-round.
  • Must be enrolled in a manufacturing related area of study (Mechatronics, Industrial/Electronic Maintenance, Industrial Electronics, Tooling).
  • Community College students must have completed a minimum of 24 credit hours to be considered (i.e., rising 2nd year students in good standing), maintaining a minimum 2.75 grade point average. (include your unofficial transcript with your application).
  • Technical College students must be in, or have completed, their third trimester to be considered (i.e., more than halfway through the program, in good standing).
  • Commit to working 20 hours per week at Electrolux throughout the program.
  • Participate in Electrolux training, as required.

Minimum Qualification


  • Strong critical thinking: problem solving, analyzing, and examining skills to find the best solutions to various situations
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal; extensive internal/external client interaction is an everyday part of the position
  • Strong aptitude for computer technology, tools, and solutions
  • Willingness to work any shift as assigned, including days, afternoons, nights, and/or weekends. Training
  • Facilitator will develop work schedules to complement Scholars’ school schedule.
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Time management and organizational skills
  • MS Office experience (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)


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We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as candidates will be interviewed continuously. The position may be filled prior to the date described as 'Apply by'