Bachelor's, Master's, PhD
You have challenged yourself in a demanding academic field, now it is time to take that challenge to the next level. See how those skills contribute to the success of a top technology company with an internship. See Intel from the inside and decide if Intel is the place for you to launch your career.
Our interns are continually surprised with the responsibility and importance of the projects they are assigned. As a company, Intel continues to be impressed with the enthusiasm, fresh ideas, and overall capabilities of our interns. Even more amazing is the impact that our former interns are making as full-time employees after graduation. If you are up for a challenge, an internship with Intel is what you are looking for.
Interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team, and therefore may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including:
- Real-world experience with leading-edge technologies
- Competitive salaries
- Networking with Intel managers and executives
- Vacation, holiday time, and earned credit towards sabbaticals
- Access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development
- Relocation assistance and the ability to live and work in new locations
- Consideration for full-time employment when you graduate
How to qualify
We are looking for fast learners enrolled in bachelor's, master's, or doctoral programs in engineering, science, and business-related fields with a 3.0 or higher GPA on a 4.0 scale.
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.
Note: Students must be authorized to work in the United States without restriction*, and complete a required background investigation.
*Intel hires qualified applicants who are fully authorized to work in the U.S., i.e. individuals authorized to work without any time- or employer-related restrictions. People with temporary work authorizations, such as students in practical training status (i.e. F1 visa), will be considered only for positions where Intel is experiencing a demonstrated shortage of candidates with a particular skill. Intel cannot hire students from controlled countries and/or countries requiring export licensing.
Where we're located
Undergraduate and graduate level internships are available at all our major U.S. sites.
How to apply
Applications are accepted year-round. Use our Job Search tool to explore what business, engineering or science internships are currently available. Select an opening, read the description and determine if you have the qualifications and interest in that position, then click Apply for Job. Go to the Your Candidate Profile page and either register as a New Candidate, or login as a Returning User. Upload your resume to our database, ensure your data is correct, and answer a few questions about your background and interests. In your resume objective, please indicate your interest in "Internship."
To apply for an internship in Finance, please see Finance Internships.
If you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you via email.