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Frequently Asked Questions

Are Boeing internships paid?

Yes, all internships are paid.

Does Boeing recruit at my school?

Boeing visits hundreds of university campuses across the country to share our intern and entry-level opportunities. To find out if we’ll be on your campus, speak with your university career center. Even if we don’t recruit at your school you can still be considered for internship opportunities – apply at www.boeing.com/collegecareers.

Who's eligible to apply for an internship/co-op?

You must be enrolled in a bachelor's degree program or a consolidated bachelor's/master's degree program aligned with the position. You also must be available to work full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks, though 12 weeks is preferred. Strong candidates will also exhibit sound leadership, analytical, and communication skills.

How do I apply for full-time entry-level or internship opportunities?

First, apply online. While we have many internships in a variety of locations, you’ll see our opportunities are posted at a functional level – such as engineering, business, or IT. When you apply, tell us your preferences for position type and geographic location. We’ll consider this, as well as our hiring needs, to identify the best placement for you. As the final step, you’ll be invited to participate in a series of interviews either on campus, by phone, or in person, typically at a Boeing facility.

Can I apply for more than one job?

Yes, you may apply for more than one. Keep in mind the job description and any job requirements to determine which jobs would be the best fit for you.

What are the application deadlines?

We accept applications on a rolling basis, and we encourage you to apply sooner rather than later. Most jobs are posted in late August or early September and close in late November, and most jobs posted in January close by the end of March. The majority of our recruiting is done in the fall.

I interviewed/applied last year and was not selected – can I apply again?

Yes, we encourage you to apply to any positions you’re qualified for. Remember to customize your resume, highlighting your skills and experience for each job description. If you have any leadership or volunteer experience through work, school, community, or otherwise, we want to hear about it.

What type of interviews does Boeing conduct?

Boeing uses behavioral-based questions to conduct interviews, and we advise using the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, and Result) approach to answer questions. It's important to speak in specific rather than general terms and detail/quantify the results in your answers.

Does Boeing pay for relocation?

The job description will say if relocation benefits are provided. If it provides relocation assistance and you’re eligible, benefits may include temporary lodging or a mileage allowance.

What benefits do I receive?

Boeing internships are paid and provide a competitive compensation package, including relocation benefits if you qualify, health care benefits, vacation, sick leave, and the opportunity to invest in the company's 401(k) savings plan right from the start. Learn more about U.S. benefits and our global benefits.

Annual Internship Cycle

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