Be an integral part of smart decisions that keep Intel on top of the technology industry.
Intel has exciting Operations Finance internship opportunities for undergraduate and MBA candidates and accounting internship opportunities for undergraduate
candidates. As a member of the Finance intern team, you'll analyze business issues, recommend solutions, demonstrate your analytical and problem-solving abilities,
and work with peers and business partners to influence decisions that maximize shareholder value.
More about the program
The Finance Summer Intern Program is a 12-week assignment within an Intel Finance group where interns undertake a challenging project designed to blend strategic
and operational work. Your manager will provide you with a detailed project plan, meet with you regularly to provide support as needed, and help you network within
the company to ensure an incredible internship experience.
You will also be assigned a controller-level mentor and peer level buddy, and you will attend frequent educational and fun events. Your internship will culminate with
a high visibility presentation to senior management and the Intel Finance community, as well as to the operations group you support.
Intern projects are unique to the specific business need, but responsibilities may include:
Competitive analysis and recommendations
Capital affordability and should-cost modeling
Factory capacity analysis
Strategic project valuation and prioritization
Critical success metric development
Product pricing and benchmarking
New product development valuation
Cost reduction analysis
Interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team and therefore may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including:
Vacation and holiday time
Access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development
Networking with Intel managers and executives
Relocation benefits for those who must travel more than 50 miles to an Intel work location
Healthcare coverage option
Earned credit toward sabbaticals
Requirements and skills
Intel offers one-year and two-year summer intern programs. Intel Finance is looking for undergraduate and MBA candidates with graduation dates between
May 2012 and May 2013 with degree emphasis in finance, economics, or accounting and a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Successful candidates should be able to demonstrate strong financial technical, problem-solving, influence, ability to develop knowledge of the business, teamwork,
and communication skills. In addition, candidates must possess a firm understanding of financial statements and their interrelationships; accounting and control
knowledge is a plus. The ideal candidate will also have a demonstrated ability to deliver results quickly while working in a dynamic, cross functional, team-oriented environment.
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.
Though applications are accepted year-round, Intel usually recruits interns in the fall preceding the calendar year in which the candidate is seeking an internship.
To apply for an internship in Finance only, check with your career center to see if we will be visiting your campus. If so, please submit your resume through your career center's process
and complete Your Candidate Profile.
If we don't visit your campus, but you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, please apply directly to the following position: