You worked hard and studied for years to earn your degree. Now you are searching for a place where you can put all that hard work to use, at a job that satisfies your passion and curiosity. At Intel, you’ll discover endless opportunities for any field of study. In fact, few other companies offer such a wide breadth of opportunities for graduates. From Business to Engineering, undergraduate to PhD, Intel can help you make the most of your education.
The best way to learn how to do something is to get real hands-on time in an actual working environment. Internships are a great way to learn about Intel's business and develop a network of contacts for the future. In an Intel internship, you'll gain experience you’ll need to launch your future career while you complete your degree and gain real-life exposure to challenging and rewarding work.
Already have your MBA but want some further guidance on how to get your career started? Our ALPs for interns or post-MBA allow you to try out a variety of roles, gain a wide range of experience, and explore multiple opportunities. Plus you will be introduced to a support network of professionals with similar backgrounds and a working mentor who can help you discover what the difference is between a job and a career.
For a wide variety of disciplines and skill sets, our many special rotation programs can provide a jumping-off point to dive into a new career. By periodically choosing and exploring new roles within your chosen field, you can build a broad set of skills and experiences that will allow you to continuously improve performance, grow professionally, and gain exposure to different functions and Intel businesses worldwide. With IT, Finance, HR and Sales & Marketing Rotations, you'll get a head start on your future.
The venture is Intel's flagship technical development program, specifically designed to prepare top engineering talent for Intel's leadership positions. In this program, you, along with a team of Intel engineers and executives, will design solutions to some of the toughest computing problems of today and tomorrow. This program is geared for top PhD/MS/BS engineers and scientists in software, hardware, manufacturing, and development.