At Apple internships interns are an important part of the team. Whether you sign on for a summer internship or a placement during the academic year, you can work on critical projects on an Apple campus. As part of the Apple community, you’ll get an insider’s perspective on the way we work and the people who lead us. To be eligible for Apple’s student programs, you must be enrolled in a college, university, or graduate program.
Come to Apple as a student and your team will welcome you as a full contributor, like any other employee. That’s just one reason why you can have so much impact here. You’ll get hands-on experience while collaborating with some of the best minds in the world. Yes, you’ll learn from them, but they expect to learn from you, too.
“You may never have heard of Desireh, but Desireh helps make sure you’re heard. When she joined Apple as an electrical engineering intern, she went right to work on the latest iPhone, focusing on a chip that sends and receives calls. Once that iPhone was launched around the world, she didn’t want her Apple experience to end. Neither did her team, who offered her a full-time role as a hardware engineer. Today, she’s able to balance being a new mom with her work on the next generation of Apple products, but her favorite things about working here remain the same. “It feels good to know you’re helping millions of people talk with family and friends, but it’s the collaboration and respect that energize me every day. Colleagues ask me questions, I ask them questions, and together, we have answers.”
We’ve always thought of Apple as the intersection of technology and the liberal arts. That’s why we’re looking for great minds from every field of study. With so many ways to contribute here, chances are good that you’ll find a way to do what you love. Whether you work at one of our global offices, an Apple Store, or even at home, a job here will be demanding. But it also rewards original thinking and hard work.
Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak created Apple Computers in 1976 to make affordable, innovative computers for home and office use. Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II, and “reinvented” the PC in the 1980s with Macintosh. Today, Apple Incorporated remains committed to creating superior PCs with G4 processor-powered computers, iPod music devices, iMac and Powerbooks and the iPhone, as well as a collection of products now used in schools and offices all over the world.
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