Recently, we announced the promotion of Evan Benoit and Kevin Wixom into Outside Sales roles. We couldn’t be happier for them and now have a larger sales force, however, this promotion leaves our inside support team a bit understaffed. These staffing changes motivated us to hit the spring university career fair circuit to search for a summer intern or two. Keep reading for more information regarding Flow Tech’s internship opportunity…

About the Internship


Flow Tech internship

Flow Tech offers an open-door environment with direct access to the company’s leaders.


Our internship program requires the ability to comprehend technical information about our products and systems. We’re looking for individuals who understand the fundamentals behind mechanical and HVAC systems but have an outgoing personality and are willing to explain these technical applications in layman’s terms. A Flow Tech internship is not a design position or a sales position but is a support role to the sales department.

Key responsibilities entail coordinating with end-user customers, consulting engineers, vendors, manufacturers and the contracting tier. Duties include equipment take-offs from plans and specifications, pricing, quoting, follow-up, trouble-shooting over the phone and support of the sales organization. Considerable contact with a wide range of people via telephone and internet are required. For a complete job description click here or visit our internship program web page.

Student Benefits

  • Full-time, paid summer position
  • Potential for part-time hours during school year
  • Explore a rewarding prospective career opportunity
  • Be mentored and learn from industry experts
  • Product training and job-site visits
  • Gain valuable business/construction experience

Although we enjoy providing students with industry experience during their summer break, our mission isn’t to have an endless stream year after year. Our goal is to find intelligent, motivated individuals that seek a future with us. We like to think of our internships as extended interviews, offering not only a chance for us to get to know them but for them to get to know our culture and processes. This way they can make an informed decision as to whether Flow Tech is where they want to start their careers.


Upcoming Career Fairs


Flow Tech Career Fair

Make sure to stop by Flow Tech’s booth!


If you are a mechanical or electrical engineering student, interested in technical sales or a student with a business mind and technical ability, we recommend you come to visit us at one of the following career fairs.

  • University of Connecticut School of Engineering Career Fair, Tuesday, March 5, 2019, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    • Kevin Wixom and Nichole Petersen attending
  • University of Hartford Spring Career Fair, Tuesday, March 5, 2019, from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
    • Evan Benoit and Andrew Marques attending
  • Quinnipiac University School of Business & Engineering Spring Career Fair, Monday, March 25, 2019, from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    • Kevin Wixom and Nichole Petersen attending

If you’re unable to attend one of these career fairs but are interested in Flow Tech’s Internship program, we highly recommend you still apply for the position. Send your cover letter and resume to Nichole Petersen with “Summer 2019 Internship” as the subject line. Flow Tech is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage you to learn more about us by visiting our website or following us on social media: Twitter, LinkedIn, facebook and YouTube.

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