Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD
Theories, lectures, proofs, and papers—you have invested a lot to obtain your education. Now you can combine your academic knowledge with real-life business experience and accelerate learning and skills with an Intel internship.
Our internships provide an excellent way to see Intel from the inside. You can put your education into action, developing exciting technologies that are changing the way the world lives, plays, and works.
Interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team, and may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including:
- The chance to earn an income while gaining valuable,real-world experience
- Overtime payment (depending on shift type)
- The Employee Cash Bonus Programme
- The Stock Participation Plan
- Vacation (12 workdays annually based on a nine-hour work day)
- The opportunity to learn about Intel's work environment firsthand
- Opportunities for future Intel employment
How to qualify
We are looking for bachelor's, master's, or doctoral students in engineering, science, and business-related fields.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, former internship and work experience, demonstrated leadership ability, and team-building skills are all advantages. Versatility and the flexibility to adapt to new situations are essential.
Where we're located
Undergraduate and graduate level internships are available at all our global sites.
How to apply
Though applications are accepted year-round, Intel usually searches for and recruits interns in the semester preceding the calendar year in which candidates are seeking internships.
Use our Job Search tool to explore business, engineering, or science internships. Select an opening, read the description, and if you're interested and qualified, click Apply for Job. Go to the Your Candidate Profile page and either register as a New Candidate, or login as a Returning User. Then, upload your CV or resume (making sure your data is correct), and answer a few questions about your background and interests. In your resume objective, please indicate your interest in "internship."
In each case, if you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you via email.
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