EBI seeks exceptional college students and recent graduates to join our team.
Start your career today at EBI
At Ensign-Bickford Industries, (EBI) interns and new grads work collaboratively with experts across diverse industries to solve real-world challenges and improve the way we do business. Regardless of location, you'll have the opportunity to do work that interests you!
EBI aims to develop our university hires and provide experiences where you can grow through meaningful work and interactions. At EBI you will have the opportunity to:
Work on projects that directly impact our business
Participate in professional development activities
Showcase your work experiences and contributions to EBI executives and business leaders
Network with interns, recent graduates and other early career professionals at activities and events
EBI has internships and new grad positions available at the following businesses and locations;
- AFB International: St. Louis, MO and Aurora, MO
- Ensign-Bickford Aerospace and Defense Company: Simsbury, CT; Moorpark, CA and Graham, KY
- Ensign-Bickford Industries Corporate Office: Denver, CO
- EnviroLogix: Portland, ME
- Honeybee Robotics: Brooklyn NY; Longmont, CO and Pasadena, CA
What Our Interns and Recent Grads Have To Say…
Kirstie, Biological Engineering Major Intern at EnviroLogix
"During my internship at EnviroLogix, I was assigned key projects important to the company and felt valued and respected as a part of the workplace. ... I can't think of a better way I could have spent my summer. The professional relationships and connections I made were invaluable to me and have provided advice and opportunities for the future of my career. The team at EnviroLogix truly cared about my professional development and worked to create a positive, enriching internship experience."
Ryan, Recent Graduate, Development Engineer at Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company
"As an intern I was both mentored and given the opportunity to explore all my interests of the company on my own. I learned how to be a better engineer, found what I liked and didn’t like, and felt fulfilled as I contributed to creating hardware that was going to fly around the moon. When I got an offer for a full-time position by the end of my internship, it was easy to see myself staying here and I couldn’t be happier that I did. When you walk around EBAD, you see joy, grit, and intelligence. Employees love what they do, love having fun, and love working hard. This environment makes it easy to get out of bed and come to work every morning. It also helps that at EBAD we blow things up, save lives, assist the military, and help push the boundaries of space exploration. Whether it is day one of your internship or day one of employment, you are heard, valued, and entrusted to have the ability and skillset to make critical decisions."