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Internships U.S. & Canada

Our U.S. Summer Internship Program

For United States students, our 12-week internship program pairs top undergraduate, Master’s, and PhD students with Ericsson leaders where you work on projects utilizing new and emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Mobile Software Development, and Big Data.

Exciting features about our internship program include:

  • 1:1 Mentorship
  • Events & Workshops
  • Intern Projects
  • Networking
  • Employee Resource Groups

 

Top Locations:

  • Plano, TX
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Irvine, CA
  • Bellevue, WA
  • Piscataway, NJ
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Eligibility Requirements:

  • 3.0+ GPA
  • Currently pursuing an undergraduate, Master’s, or PhD on a full-time basis at a 4-year college or university
  • Be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer
  • Have at least 1 semester left (post-internship)
  • Major, experience, or demonstrable interest in the position you apply for

Program Timeline:

Apply Online: Applications accepted on a rolling basis (apply early, most positions are filled by January)
Initial Interview: Recruiter will contact you via email or phone
Hiring Manager Interview
Selection
Offer Letter

Communications (Pre-Start): If selected, you will receive regular updates on next steps from your recruiter and/or hiring manager.

Internship: Your internship will be the most exciting experiential learning opportunity! Our team will provide you with all the tools necessary for a transformative work experience. 

Read what our U.S. interns have to say about their experience:

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Ella D

Southern University
Computer Science Major

“During my summer internship with Ericsson, I gained numerous skills that will help further both my academic and professional careers. I have learned valuable lessons from everyone I came into contact with during my journey. My manager was very helpful and his team as well as my mentor made me feel at home.”

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Matthew L

Arizona State University
Management Major

“From day one at my Ericsson summer internship, I felt like an important part of the team. I was able to identify areas for personal growth, work on high-level projects, and gain exposure to different parts of the company. I am happy to say that my internship was extended into the fall, allowing me to be a part of long-term projects.”

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Priyanka J

Purdue University
MBA (Business Analytics)

“I could not have asked for a better summer internship experience than what I had at Ericsson. Ericsson not only provided a platform to enhance my professional skills but also helped me enhance my people skills. Ericsson’s  AWEsome work culture, technology leaders, supportive people and fun events made me come back to it. I am grateful to be converted from an intern to a full-time employee now.”

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Our Canadian Co-op Program

For Canadian students, our 4, 8, 12, and 16-month Co-op programs pair top university students within our largest Research & Development and Software organizations where you get to work side by side with leaders in their respective fields. As one of the premier technology organizations in Canada, we offer opportunities to learn cool technologies like Radio Hardware, LTE/5G Software Tools Development, and Artificial Intelligence.

Exciting features about our Canada co-op programs include:

  • Social & Networking Events
  • Intern Projects
  • Peer & Senior Level Networking
  • Employee Resource Groups
  • Relocation Support (if necessary)
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The locations are:

  • Toronto
  • Ottawa
  • Montreal

Program Timeline:

The Canadian University Relations Intern/Co-op program is separated into three terms in accordance with university timelines and structure: Winter, Summer, and Fall.

  • Recruiting period September – November
  • Co-op term starts early January

  • Recruiting period January – March
  • Co-op term starts early May

  • Recruiting period May – July
  • Co-op term starts early September

Recruiting Process:

  • Apply Through Your University: Applications are accepted according to your school’s posting and application timeline
  • Hiring Manager Interview(s): If your application is selected, a recruiter will schedule you for an interview with the hiring manager
  • Selection: If selected for the position, your University will notify you. Upon acceptance, a recruiter will provide an offer of employment

**Please Note: All interns/co-ops must start full-time, however, based on performance, you can be extended on a part-time basis once your initial placement has expired.

Read what our Canada interns have to say about their experience:

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Arnold K

University of Montreal
Computer Science Major

“Working at Ericsson this summer was an incredible learning experience. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, I was fully integrated into my team, received hands-on training in data science, and met an impressive group of interns. I couldn’t have asked for more, and I look forward to pursuing my career here.”

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Allison L

Carleton University
Commerce Major

“The Ericsson internship Experience has been one of the best work experiences I have had so far. My team has been extremely supportive in helping me transition into the new role. My manager has shown me that challenges are the best opportunities to grow. I look forward to enjoying the rest of​ my internship with Ericsson.

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Aleks J

Queen’s University
Computer Science Major

“Although the idea of starting my 16-month internship remotely was daunting, my experience has been nothing short of amazing. I work on tasks that bring meaningful change within my team with constant support from my colleagues. The University Relations team handled remote collaboration very well through arranging groups of internsthat can bond together. I look forward to continuing my personal growth for the remainder of placement!” 

If you have any questions, please contact us at University.Relations@Ericsson.com

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