The Intel's Early Internship for Software Engineering (IRISE) is a select intern program designed to engage software engineering students early in their college careers and expose them to real world applications and challenges.
We're talking real work, real code, and real challenges. IRISE interns are assigned to business groups where software engineering is part of their DNA. Do you realize that, based on the number of engineers working on software at Intel, we're one of the largest software companies in the world? At Intel, one line of code can touch a million lives.
Each IRISE internship is unique to the challenges of the business group host. What types of projects do IRISE interns work on? Recent examples of real-world project work include:
IRISE interns undertake challenging projects designed to offer both hands-on educational experience and valuable exposure to Intel's technologies, practices, procedures, and culture. As an intern, you will have a prized opportunity to:
IRISE interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team, and therefore may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including:
We're looking for software hobbyists enrolled in bachelor's programs with the following qualifications:
Excellent communication, interpersonal and team building skills, and demonstrated leadership ability 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.
Undergraduate and graduate level internships are available at all our major U.S. sites.
If you are up for the challenge of this unique opportunity, we’d love you to apply directly to our iRISE internship once we begin accepting applications this fall. Check back on this page for updates on the application timeline, or feel free to search for “iRISE” in our Job Search page for current openings.
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