Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I apply for an internship?

A. Intern, co-op, and MBA opportunities are posted at select universities as well as on our Careers site. You can search for opportunities under the University Recruiting Job categories. You can also find our current opportunities posted on

Q. Can international students apply for an internship?

A. Yes, an international student can apply for an internship if he or she meets the criteria and is legally eligible to work and earn money in the United States. Candidates should be prepared to obtain the appropriate work visa on their own. As required by current immigration law, an offer of employment is contingent upon your ability to provide the appropriate documentation showing proof of your eligibility to work in the United States.

Q. Are your internship, co-op, and rotational opportunities paid?

A. Yes, we pay a competitive hourly wage, which is determined by the discipline and your completed years of education. We review our hourly wages annually.

Q. Do interns receive any additional perks or benefits during their stay?

A. Our interns can participate in our Wellness Reimbursement Program, they can participate in our 401(k) program if they have a Social Security Number and are 21 years of age or older, and they have access to a dynamic learning and development opportunity.

Q. Are finalists required to complete a background check?

A. Yes, employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. New hires are required to provide standard documentation to show proof of their eligibility to work in the United States.

Q. Can my internship lead to a full-time position?Can my internship lead to a full-time position?

A. Yes, our interns are our amazing talent pipeline. Feel free to let your manager and campus recruiter know if you’re interested in our new grad opportunities.