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Intel is a technology company, and the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, based on revenue. it produces motherboard chipsets, network interface controllers and integrated circuits, flash memory, graphic chips, embedded processors, and other devices related to communications and computing. Besides, it is an inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors.
Revenue 2009 - $37,843 millions.
Internship opportunities include business, engineering, and science programs at undergraduate and graduate levels. Interns are considered valuable members of the Intel team, and therefore may earn many of the benefits available to full-time employees, including: competitive salaries, vacation and holiday time, access to Intel University classes for professional and personal development, networking with Intel managers and executives, relocation assistance, earned credit toward sabbaticals.
Technician Internships. Several Intel manufacturing facilities, in cooperation with participating colleges, offer paid internships for students enrolled full-time in specific two-year electronics and technology programs. These internships offer hands-on technical education and experience and valuable networking opportunities. There are a limited number of internships available, so early application is encouraged. One of the great advantages of technician internships is the flexible scheduling, designed to work around student’s school schedule. To complete program requirements, applicants must: have declared in a specific full-time degree program such as semiconductor manufacturing, electronics technology or automation, etc. at a participating college; maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA on a 4.0 scale; be able to work a minimum number of hours as set by their Intel manager; be enrolled in classes and making significant progress toward a degree.
Bachelor's, Master's, PhD Internships provides an excellent way to see Intel from the inside. Participants can put theirr education to work while interacting with exciting technologies that are changing the way the world lives, plays and works. Qualification: enrollment in bachelor's, master's, or doctoral programs in engineering, science, and business-related fields with a 3.0 or higher GPA on a 4.0 scale; excellent communication and interpersonal skills, former internship and work experience, demonstrated leadership ability, and team-building skills are all advantages. Versatility and the flexibility to adapt to new situations are essential. Students must be authorized to work in the United States without restriction, and a background investigation and drug screening are required.
Finance Internships. As a member of the Finance Intern team, participants will have opportunities to analyze business issues, recommend solutions, demonstrate your analytical and problem solving abilities and work with peers and business partners to influence business decisions that maximize shareholder value. The Finance Summer Intern Program is a twelve week assignment within an Intel Finance group where interns undertake a challenging project designed to blend strategic and operational work. The manager will provide a detailed project plan, meet with a each participant regularly to provide him/her support as needed, and help network within the company to ensure the intern has an incredible internship experience. Intel offers both a one year and two year summer intern program. Intel Finance is looking for undergraduate and MBA candidates with degree emphasis in Finance, Economics, or Accounting and minimum GPA of 3.0.
The Intel Foundation PhD Fellowship Program awards fellowships to PhD candidates doing work in fields related to Intel's business and research interests. These fellowships, only available at select U.S. universities, include a cash award (tuition/fees/stipend), an Intel PC, introduction to an Intel Mentor, and the opportunity to conduct research or an internship at Intel. Approximately 35 fellowships are awarded annually.