Internship Program

Here in our offices in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we are constantly learning from each other. We run reactions, analyze data, build facilities, and lower our carbon footprint, all as we discover and produce new materials that make batteries better. And we do it as a team. Each year, we host a new group of interns from a variety of local, regional, and national universities. We love the idea that there is a pipeline in place – a stream with many tributaries. Students come together from near and far for an engaging work experience in our Tulsa facilities, and some flow through to join our team.

2023 Intern Cohort

Josh Brooks

Cameron Harizal, a senior in electrical engineering with a specialty in signals and sound systems at the University of Oklahoma, works on wireless charging and testing equipment as an Applications Intern.

Brandy Tran

A rising senior studying biochemistry at the University of Tulsa, Chemistry Intern, David Seo, helps to develop electrodes for battery cells and works on optimizing wire amalgamation.

Drake Duis is a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, and he works on configuring automated control systems at the TN-1 production plant as an Engineering Intern.

Deacon Herndon

As an Engineering Intern, Francisco Caballero, who is majoring in petroleum engineering at the University of Tulsa, is working on a reaction data logging system for TN-1.

Khanh Nguyen
Sean Free

Jonathan Crosse is pursuing his masters in natural sciences at NSU and puts his lab skills to work determining rheology of liquid/solid slurries as a Senior Chemistry Intern.

Sandra Saucedo

Cell Development Data Intern Madeline Meinen, a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, is organizing experimental data to better understand slurry mixing methods.

2023 Intern Cohort

Josh Brooks

Cameron Harizal, a senior in electrical engineering with a specialty in signals and sound systems at the University of Oklahoma, works on wireless charging and testing equipment as an Applications Intern.

A rising senior studying biochemistry at the University of Tulsa, Chemistry Intern, David Seo, helps to develop electrodes for battery cells and works on optimizing wire amalgamation.

Sean Free
Deacon Herndon

Drake Duis is a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, and he works on configuring automated control systems at the TN-1 production plant as an Engineering Intern.

As an Engineering Intern, Francisco Caballero, who is majoring in petroleum engineering at the University of Tulsa, is working on a reaction data logging system for TN-1.

Khanh Nguyen
Sandra Saucedo

Jonathan Crosse is pursuing his masters in natural sciences at NSU and puts his lab skills to work determining rheology of liquid/solid slurries as a Senior Chemistry Intern.

Cell Development Data Intern Madeline Meinen, a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, is organizing experimental data to better understand slurry mixing methods.

Brandy Tran

2023 Intern Cohort

Cameron Harizal, a senior in electrical engineering with a specialty in signals and sound systems at the University of Oklahoma, works on wireless charging and testing equipment as an Applications Intern.

A rising senior studying biochemistry at the University of Tulsa, Chemistry Intern, David Seo, helps to develop electrodes for battery cells and works on optimizing wire amalgamation.

Drake Duis is a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, and he works on configuring automated control systems at the TN-1 production plant as an Engineering Intern.

As an Engineering Intern, Francisco Caballero, who is majoring in petroleum engineering at the University of Tulsa, is working on a reaction data logging system for TN-1.

Jonathan Crosse is pursuing his masters in natural sciences at NSU and puts his lab skills to work determining rheology of liquid/solid slurries as a Senior Chemistry Intern.

Cell Development Data Intern Madeline Meinen, a mechanical engineering major at the University of Tulsa, is organizing experimental data to better understand slurry mixing methods.

Previous Cohorts

University Partners

The University of Oklahoma
Northeastern State University
Dartmouth
The University of Oklahoma

Internship Inquiries

Are you a student who wants to help the team at Ten-Nine Technologies discover and produce innovative materials to power the world? Are you learning about chemistry, business, engineering, or sustainability, and excited to think about applying what you are learning?                     

Please send us a note with your educational background and contact information, and tell us why you are interested in an internship with Ten-Nine Tech.

Please submit all inquiries to: [email protected]