Well, it wasn't really considered an internship, however in reality is basically was.
It was done for a company in Auburn, Mass named Wolf Coach. They build telecommunications vehicles for the Government and like Fox News, NBC, etc. The company was actually on "Made in America".
I however can't claim credit to the whole models.
I did 95% of the small parts building, All the satellite parts I built and finished, the winches I made from scratch out of brass tubing and sheet bent up on a break with some model train wheels and delrin, etc. I made the front bumbers out of bar aluminum, the mirrors are small pieces of delrin cut on the table saw and filed to a desired shapped, the rear mast is aluminum rod I turned on a lathe, so on and so on.
what didn't do is scribe the rear body, the panels were cut with a laser since they were nice and flat and could lay in the laser etchers bed which saved a lot of time, they were cut from tech drawing my supervisor did. Once they were cut I glued them up squaring them and then did all the finish filing, bondoing, paint etc. My "supervisor" also did the rough cutting for the nose and cab, I then glued them up and did A LOT of finish work (took 1/8th inch off the fenders filing to clean up gaps between the fender and cab and windshield and nose etc). I also filed the slightly sloping sides and top onto the body and scribed the doors and windows. I then did all the finish work, bondo, primer, sand, primer, sand, primer until they were pretty much perfect, then paint and clear coat. Other then the laser cut panels and the rough cutting on the cab (and by rough I mean ROUGH) I did all the rest.
My supervisor would hand me a tech drawing and sometimes write a few notes and send me on my way.
In the end it was a very good expirience to have, At school I rarely have time/money to do what I want with my models so I usually find myself getting frustrated with blue foam which fine for sketch models but stinks to try and finish as a "final" model. Learned new things, refined techniques and made some beer money, not a bad deal
PS. The red sox won today