The company had an excellent machine shop that I used frequently.
I worked under 2 different people, one was excellent and another was busy quite often, which caused for some confusion as to what I would be doing for a significant amount of the internship.
Advice to Potential Interns
I would tell interns to get access to the machine shop quickly. The town itself doesn't have a whole lot to do and there aren't many young college-aged people there that I noticed, so the machine shop definitely kept my interests piqued.
Advice to Management
Allow two interns to work as a unit. There was a lot of worry for interns getting along, but in reality people are more efficient when working as a group and this would definitely build skillsets faster.