An internship in a Butler service shop can set you up for a career as a diesel technicianApply online today
The objective of our work-study internship is for high school students to receive hands-on education about the ag equipment and diesel technology industries. This program also allows students to familiarize themselves it the Butler facility and day to day operations of a Butler Service Department. We provide our interns with an experience in the industry before they decide to make an investment into a diesel technology education and career. A service department work-study internship at Butler gives students exposure to many departments within our company, while they get on-the-job training alongside a full-time service technician mentor.
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At Butler, work-study students will experience working alongside and learning from some of the best and brightest technicians in the industry. They will be exposed to satellite-based navigation systems, sophisticated computer-based diagnostics, electronically-controlled engines, state-of-the-art hydraulics, and more. Our intentions are to develop future diesel service technicians who possess critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and interpersonal skills, who want to grow a career in the Butler service department. Our work-study interns are each assigned a mentor who is knowledgeable in the company and an expert in the field of diesel technology.
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What is the Butler work-study experience like?
The Butler work-study internship is for high school students to get a hands-on education in the ag equipment and diesel technology industries, working side-by-side with the best in the industry, giving them a jump start before they decide to make an investment into a diesel technology education and career.
Students get exposure to many departments at Butler, receive on-the-job training alongside a full-time service technician mentor, be exposed to the day-to-day life of a professional career and develop critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and interpersonal skills to help them prepare for the future.
Disclaimer: Work-study applicants must be at least 16 years old.
The ideal work-study candidate
- Listens well and communicates effectively
- Is willing to learn
- Enjoys physical, hands-on work
- Wants to be challenged
- Can solve problems
- Takes pride in their work
- Is a team player
- Is 16 or older (requirement)
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If you think you would be a good fit at Butler, we want to hear from you! Click here to see our current openings and apply online. If you have questions about a technician career at Butler, or have any trouble with the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Work-study applicants must be at least 16 years old.