Cutting-edge firms fight for talented engineering interns

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College interns used to make coffee and open mail. Those days are gone. Christian Cousin, a mechanical engineering student from Cape Coral, Fla., co-invented such groundbreaking technology during his 12-week internship at Eaton Valvetrain in Marshal that the company was inspired to file multiple patents and created a product prototype now used by a customer.

“Interns have this need to make a difference,” he said. “We don’t just want to sit around designing stationary objects in a warehouse.

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