FPGA Design Intern

Job ID 2022-2841
Job Locations
Workplace Arrangement
Hybrid, Remote



Shure offers a challenging, fun and rewarding summer internship program. The twelve-week program is offered to undergraduate students that have completed at least 2 years of college, as well as graduate students. We offer internships with a variety of work arrangements from onsite interns to fully remote in US. Each intern will receive a competitive salary. Additionally, Interns who relocate to Illinois for onsite internships will receive a housing stipend to cover living expenses. Applications will be collected, reviewed, and selected candidates will be contacted in late fall/early winter.

The FPGA Design Intern will help develop and implement FPGA designs under the direction of a senior staff member. In this position you will gain exposure to the FPGA development cycle: architecture, HDL entry, synthesis, place and route, verification and test-benching. You will also perform system level and FPGA tests on circuit boards utilized in wireless communication systems. This job requires you to work as part of a cross-functional development team to design and implement cutting edge audio products and technology. The job requires you to estimate, organize and document development tasks, practice solid design methodologies and procedures, and other duties as assigned.

This Internship can be Remote or Hybrid.


  • Must have completed two years of coursework in Electrical Engineering or related area.
  • Basic understanding of FPGA development cycle and familiarity with VHDL or Verilog.
  • Experience with FPGA tools Xilinx Vivado or Intel Quartus
  • Knowledge of digital logic circuits, embedded controllers, DSP concepts and memory types.
  • Experience with Python programming language.
  • Basic knowledge of audio or wireless communications.
  • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively within a team environment
  • Quality conscious



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