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Applied offers a number of summer, co-op and yearlong internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students studying engineering, science and business.
Eligibility: Current college/university students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in:
Locations: Our internship opportunities are available throughout the U.S. including these key states: Arizona, California, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon and Texas.
What You’ll Learn: During the program, you will:
Questions? Contact email@example.com to learn more about our internship programs.
Here’s what just a few of our interns say about their experience at Applied.
“As an intern at Applied, you are at the edge of developing newer technologies and you get to play a larger part in how those innovations and engineering tools come to be. You also get exposure to the values that are associated with this industry and values of community, values of being in a more diverse work culture, which helps you learn and grow as a person.”
Process Engineering Intern ('23)
"The coolest part about my Applied internship is being here physically in Silicon Valley. Everything that is going on in tech is happening here. And it’s not only semiconductors, but in EVs, battery development, energy storage – all these very foundational and industry changing innovations and disruptions are happening around here. So that's very exciting.”
Corporate Strategy and Marketing Intern (’23)
“I’ve absolutely loved my internship. The people were collaborative, and my teammates were just so encouraging the minute I stepped into my internship. I never felt out of place and that's what I love about Applied."
Marketing and Communications Intern ('23)
“I feel like I’m part of a family here. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to get to know experts and the other process technicians who are willing to teach me.”
Display Group Intern (’22)
“I’m getting a deep lens into the industry, and my manager gives me a lot of trust to self-manage my own work and solve problems. That’s something you don’t really understand until you’re in the cleanroom and see that what we’re trying to do is literally impossible until we figure it out. No one has done it before. That’s really cool.”
Semiconductor Products Group Intern (’19 and ’22)