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New York, NY
Computer/IT, Business Development/Sales
DescriptionStudent employment assignments provide you the opportunity to become familiar with IBM's organization, work style, culture and global reach. Salary is based upon the number of credits completed towards your degree. You must provide verification of credits, in writing, from your school, prior to assignment.
Co-op and internship programs are an important recruiting channel for IBM because they help us identify high-potential prospective employees. Participating students are often considered for repeat internships or a long-term commitment of regular employment. Our philosophy, simply stated, is recruit once, hire twice.
RequirementsIBM hires both undergraduate and graduate students in our internship and co-op programs. You can be considered for participation if you are a full-time student at any four- or five-year, accredited, U.S. college or university. You are eligible for employment after completing your freshman year; however, most students are undergraduate juniors or first year masters students.
As a candidate under consideration for an internship or co-op assignment, you will need to demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, including GPA. You should have relevant work or research experience and be able to demonstrate strong leadership, communication and teaming skills. You will also need to earn a high evaluation during the interview process.