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IBM is a multinational computer technology and IT consulting corporation.
IBM helped pioneer information technology over the years, and it stands today at the forefront of a worldwide industry that is revolutionizing the way in which enterprises, organizations and people operate and thrive.
Revenue 2009 - $103,630 millions
Each year IBM offers hundreds of internship assignments within our various business units. Refer to the skills matrix to see where you might fit in. Then, spend time talking with our recruiters, hiring managers and new hires when we visit your campus.
Extreme Blue is IBM's premier internship program and incubator for talent and technology that fuels innovation. The program continues to deliver amazing results worldwide by attracting top technical and MBA students to build innovative solutions that align with IBM's vision of 'Building a Smarter Planet.'
Speed Teams internships offer project-based and team-based work experience for university interns. The model is customizable for any IBM organization worldwide. Speed Teams bring together flexible teams to drive development opportunities or rapidly solve problems within a particular functional area or business organization at IBM.
Corporate and Business Support Roles. IBM also hires students with targeted skill sets the opportunity to work on assignments in our corporate and business support functions. These assignments, offered to both undergrad and MBA's tend to focus on non-technical disciplines such as finance, marketing, market insight, communications, and human resources.
Eligibility: IBM hires both undergraduate and graduate students in its 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. Students are eligible for employment after completing their 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, applicants need to demonstrate a high level of academic achievement, including GPA. Students 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.
Intern and Co-op Benefits: challenging and stimulating work assignments in leading-edge technology and services operations; relocation assistance funds for eligible students; housing location assistance provided prior to arrival at IBM location; competitive salaries that increase as additional credits towards the degree are earned; overtime pay at time-and-a-half for hours worked beyond the normal 40-hour week for undergraduate students; paid holidays during assignment period according to site procedures; five sickness and accident days for assignments greater than 60 work days; eligibility for IBM recognition programs; eligibility for IBM suggestion program, 'Ideas'; travel and accident insurance for job-related travel; expense reimbursement for job-related travel; educational offerings through IBM Global Campus based on position requirements; participation in IBM Club social activities; use of IBM recreational facilities located at larger sites.