For your internship, you could help build the future. When you join Boeing as an intern, you’ll be a real part of a team that’s building the future of aerospace. Our internships include Engineering, Business, and Information Technology & Data Analytics in a variety of locations in the U.S. and abroad.View Internship Stories
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In this 12-week program, you’ll work in areas ranging from Finance and Supply Chain Management, to Business Operations and Human Resources. You’ll be a real part of the team and contribute to projects and drive profitable growth. You’ll also have opportunities for community outreach, networking events and development seminars.Learn More
Named a Top 100 Global Innovator by Clarivate Analytics for 8 Straight Years
As an Engineering intern, you’ll work on innovations for today and for tomorrow every day. We have opportunities for students majoring in electrical, materials, mechanical/structural, software or flight engineering. While helping design and build our next generation of products, you’ll take part in networking events and community outreach programs.Learn More
As an Information Technology & Data Analytics Intern, your ideas will help us deliver innovative technological solutions to our customers. During this 12-week program, you’ll be involved in Application Development, Cybersecurity, Information Protection, Network Design, Project Management, Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture and Systems Integration. You’ll also take site tours, have community outreach opportunities and attend networking events.Learn more
TIPS for interns
Interested in applying? Here are a few tips to help you stand out.
Build a profile
Visit boeing.com/collegecareers and sign up. You’ll receive updates on open positions that match your preferences.
Stop by and say “Hi”
When we’re on your campus, bring your resume to our career fair booth and let’s talk about building your future with Boeing.
Talk about your future
Tell us how your unique experience and interests make you the ideal fit for our team.
Frequently Asked Questions
The health and safety of our employees/interns and their families, and visitors to our sites is our top priority. We will continue to evolve our intern program for the duration of this pandemic, always keeping safety at the forefront. If you are a 2020 intern, you will be receiving information from us with next steps. Please reach out to your local Boeing representative with any questions.
Yes, all internships are paid.
Boeing visits hundreds of university campuses across the world to share our intern and entry-level opportunities. To find out if we’ll be on your campus, speak with your university career center. Even if we don’t recruit at your school, you can still be considered for internship opportunities.
First, apply online.
While we have many internships in a variety of locations, you'll see our opportunities are posted at a functional level such as engineering, data science & analytics or IT. When you apply, tell us your preferences for position type and geographic location. We’ll consider this, as well as our hiring needs, to identify the best placement for you. As the final step, you’ll be invited to participate in a series of interviews either on campus, by phone, or in person, typically at a Boeing facility.
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Yes, you may apply for more than one. Keep in mind the job description and any job requirements to determine which jobs would be the best fit for you.
We accept applications on a rolling basis, and we encourage you to apply sooner rather than later. Most opportunities are posted in late August or early September and close in mid-November. The majority of our recruiting is done in the fall.
Yes, we encourage you to apply to any positions you’re qualified for. Remember to customize your resume, highlighting your skills and experience for each job description. If you have any leadership or volunteer experience through work, school, community, or otherwise, we want to hear about it.
Boeing uses behavioral-based questions to conduct interviews, and we advise using the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, and Result) approach to answer questions. It's important to speak in specific rather than general terms and detail/quantify the results in your answers.
Download our Interview Preparation Guide for more information and tips on having a great interview with Boeing.
The job description will say if relocation benefits are provided. If it provides relocation assistance and you’re eligible, benefits may include a travel allowance and/or housing stipend.
Annual U.S. Internship Cycle
Apply during this period for a summer internship
Boeing Campus Visits
Boeing recruiters are on campus
Connecting interns, providing housing and relocation benefits if applicable, and finalizing summer events schedule
Summer Intern Programs
When interns will be on location, working with Boeing
Typically not all internships are open during this time and hiring is limited
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