The Electro-Mechanical Internship is designed to be a capstone activity. The student is required to have completed successfully both electronic certificate programs, Manufacturing Electronics Fundamentals and Manufacturing Electronics Systems & Controllers, and to be in the latter stage of their Mechanical Certificate Program. The internship will commence within the last four (4) weeks of the Mechanical Certificate semester and will require sixty (60) hours of electro-mechanical industrial maintenance and repair supervised activity. Regional manufacturers will provide the student with on-site laboratory activities in regular maintenance and in repair. The student will be required to troubleshoot CNC mill, lathe and other electronically driven equipment in need of repair under the direct supervision of qualified company staff. Time will be provided in Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Industrial Maintenance, and CNC Maintenance and Repair to discuss, to review, and to reinforce the troubleshooting and maintenance experiences learned at the work site.