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Internships for Applied Physics Majors in CT?

by Ryuk1990
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Feb27-12, 08:16 PM
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I'm looking for an industry internship in Connecticut. I'm an Applied Physics major with about 60 credits under my belt so there's still some time before I graduate. I also have a computer programming background with proficient skills in C++, MATLAB, Mathematica, Fortran and C#.

It's hard finding companies in Connecticut that are looking for physics majors. So far I've applied mostly to companies that are looking for engineers, technicians, and computer scientists. Any suggestions for how to look?
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