Intel has a well-developed internship program serving thousands of students who are preparing for real careers outside of college. Our goal is to provide real-world, thought-provoking internships to undergraduate and graduate-level students. Historically, more than 60 percent of our interns go on to accept full-time opportunities with Intel after graduation. There is no better way to learn than to experience things first-hand.

Intel internships offer students a chance to get real-world experience with ownership of projects from day one, as well as the opportunity to develop a network of contacts for their future. Intel managers encourage students to take the initiative and develop programs that meet their particular interests.

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Internships at Intel

Intel Internship Benefits

As an intern at Intel, you will enjoy a variety of benefits including:

  • Real-world experience with leading-edge technologies
  • Competitive salaries
  • Networking with Intel managers and executives
  • Access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development
  • Consideration for full-time employment when you graduate

An Inside Look:
What's It Like to Intern for Intel?

Eligible candidates for temporary full-time positions are students who have not yet graduated and are working towards a relevant Bachelor's, Specialist's, Master's, or PhD degree from an accredited academic institute.

Before applying, please review our internship requirements and inquire with your school about receiving credit for your internship. Internship opportunities may not be available at all locations. Check the job listing for additional information.

Submitting an application does not guarantee an intern assignment, and an intern assignment does not guarantee regular full-time employment upon completion of your degree program. An Intel interview panel reviews all applicants and selects all interns. Applicants are screened for communication, interpersonal, and job-related technical skills.

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