Technician Internships | Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD Internships
We offer internships to students in business, engineering, and science programs at undergraduate and graduate levels. We also offer internships for students at select, two-year technical colleges.
Several Intel manufacturing facilities, in cooperation with participating colleges, offer paid internships for students enrolled full-time in specific two-year electronics and technology programs. These internships offer hands-on technical education and experience, and valuable networking opportunities. There are a limited number of internships available, so apply early.
One of the great advantages of technician internships is the flexible scheduling, designed to work with your school schedule. Our Compressed Work Week offers a three or four day week that gives you time for your other interests and activities.
Interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team, and may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including:
- Competitive compensation
- Vacation and holiday time
- Access to professional and personal development courses
- Networking with Intel managers and executives
- Relocation assistance
How to qualify
In order to be eligible for Intel's technical college internship, you must:
- Be working toward a specific, full-time degree program, such as semiconductor manufacturing, electronics technology or automation, etc.
- Be able to work a minimum number of hours as set by your Intel manager
- Be enrolled in classes and making significant progress toward a degree
How to apply
Intel offers technician internships year-round to students in two-year technical college programs. Application details are available through the career centers of participating colleges. Please review the requirements and inquire with your school about receiving credit for your internship before applying.
Note: Applying does not guarantee an intern assignment. Also, an intern assignment does not guarantee regular full-time employment upon completion of a degree program. An Intel interview panel reviews all applicants and then selects all interns. Applicants are screened for communication, interpersonal, and job-related mechanical and technical skills.