Internships

Taking on an internship during college helps you define your future career direction. Getting real job experience helps you determine what you want to do after your higher education. Micron's internship program is the perfect opportunity to do that.

Enable a better tomorrow

We recruit students from all over the country to fill openings in our major domestic locations. Our openings span a variety of disciplines from Engineering, IT, Business and Logistics/Planning where you can help us enable a better tomorrow.

Frequently asked questions
Are Micron internships paid?

Yes, all internships are paid.

Does Micron recruit at my university?

Micron attends multiple campuses nationwide to share information on internships and entry-level opportunities. Even if we don’t recruit in person at your school you can still be considered for internship and full time opportunities.

What’s the eligibility to apply for an internship?

To be eligible for an internship you must be pursuing a degree (Bachelor’s, Master’s or Ph.D.) at an accredited university aligned with the position you are applying to. You will also need to meet the required availability for the position. For example, most summer internships are full-time for a minimum of 12 weeks.

How do I apply for an internship or an entry-level position?

Micron has open positions across the world. You can browse for recent college and university graduate jobs or for internship opportunities. If Micron is attending your campus you will also want to check your university’s job board for Micron postings.

Can I apply for multiple open positions?

Yes, but make sure you still fit the associated criteria with the position and that your resume is tailored to the opening itself. Micron offers a variety of opportunities in Engineering, Business, and IT.

Do you have application deadlines?

Deadlines vary depending on the position but we suggest applying as soon as you can to positions you see come open. Most internships are posted in late August to early September and then some additional openings may open in January and close by early April. We are most active in filling internship and new grad positions in the Fall.

I interviewed last year and was not selected; can I apply again?

Yes, please apply to any roles that you are qualified for and interested in. Again, we would recommend tailoring your resume to match the role which would include highlighting your knowledge and abilities that are request in the job description. Don’t forget to include information on leadership opportunities or volunteering involvement you have had.

What types of interviews does Micron conduct?

We conduct on-campus interviews, phone screens, and in-person interviews. The content can range from technical to behavioral. Technical questions will typically be based around completed coursework or your problem-solving skills.

Does Micron pay for relocation?

Yes, for internships Micron provides options for both housing and transit. For new graduate positions, we will typically offer a lump sum amount based on distance from work location.

Where does my degree fit as an intern or new college graduate in Micron?

Download the Micron Candidate Guide to find jobs that match your education and experience.

Resume and interviewing tips

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Your Resume
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Your Application
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Differentiate Yourself
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Your Experience
Step 1

Make your resume stand out

Have a clear and updated objective statement. Be specific and quantify your experiences. Highlight relevant project.

Step 2

Submit your application

Join our Talent Community, find the career for you and follow the job link to submit your application.

Step 3

Differentiate Yourself

Engage with Micron at a campus career event and be prepared to talk about your experiences and goals. If selected for a phone interview, highlight how certain projects or work experiences translate to the role you are applying to/ Practice, practice, practice. The more you are familiar with these types of interactions the less daunting they seem.

Step 4

Add relevant experience

Continue to find ways to add relevant experience either through courses offered, research opportunities, or organizations. A number of students will take the same classes; how do you stand out?

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