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Our founder Mark C. Smith once said:
"We are in the right place...
We are in the right industry...
And we have the right people."
Our company's success is dependent on continuing this idea. Join us and be a part of our world-class team!
Our Co-Op Program develops some of the world’s finest engineers. Adtran looks for students who strive for academic excellence, exhibit a true passion for their work and interests, and who can work well within a collaborative team to achieve department and company goals with a great attitude and work ethic. Students become part of the team and play key roles in the development and refinement of the products and services we offer.Co-Op opportunities are open to sophomores and juniors.
We look for:
Visit your university’s co-op department or career services to sign up for on-site interviews.
Send your resume and transcripts to [email protected]
We offer a competitive benefits package to help you with health-related expenses for you and your family:
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The high-tech city of Huntsville sprawls at the foot of a mountain in North Alabama and is equally at home in the 19th century or the 21st. It is one of the most recognized cities in the Southeast — consistently named as one of the best places to live and work by a variety of national publications. The city is regularly named as a premier location for both business and quality of life. It offers a highly educated workforce, the second-largest research park in the nation, the additional technology infrastructure of the Redstone Arsenal federal campus, an excellent cost of living, top ranked schools and beautiful mountain lakes and vistas.
Huntsville's population truly reflects international cultures. Of the 160,000 city residents, more than 10 percent are natives of other countries. More than 100 languages and dialects are spoken here. In addition to the German rocket scientists who arrived in 1950, for example, Huntsville is home to the first U.S. plant built by Korea's largest corporation. Several Japanese-owned companies operate manufacturing plants here. Scores of foreign national flags ring the roof of the headquarters of an international computer manufacturing firm headquartered in Huntsville.
Technology, space, and defense industries have a major presence here with the Army's Redstone Arsenal, NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, and Cummings Research Park. Home to several Fortune 500 companies, Huntsville also offers a broad base of manufacturing, retail and service industries. Our quality of life is second to none — with a variety of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities.