Co-op programs

Some students choose to combine training and work experience throughout their studies by doing a co-op program at Michelin. Join them in a professional development program, and take advantage of this springboard to employment.

A day in the life of a Michelin Co-op

Co-op programs: a gateway to employment

A co-op program is a great way to complete a recognized diploma course at the same time as you gain meaningful work experience in a manufacturing company, under a professional development program.

We have always

seen co-op programs as a gateway between training and employment for young people. This is why, on June 28, 2011, we signed the Charte de l'Alternance, a charter on co-op programs, confirming our commitment to the work/study format.

At Michelin, you can do a co-op program in a wide range of professions. From purchasing to HR and from quality to safety or management control, we make sure your project or job role is consistent with your training and your level of studies.

Michelin is a group that gives us real projects and responsibilities during our co-op program. I gained more maturity and self-confidence after these first few months in the company.

Caroline, marketing assistant on a co-op program

Practical support on a day-to-day basis

For your co-op program at Michelin, you sign a one to three-year employment contract and join the Group as a fully-fled

ged employee. A supervisor or tutor guides and supports you throughout your program.

The company pays the cost of your training and pays you compensation corresponding to your level of

studies. Throughout your apprenticeship or professional development period, you have the same social security coverage as any other employee.

If your university is a long way from your place of work, you are also paid a travel allowance.

I was given real projects to work on that were genuinely useful for the organization, not just jobs to keep interns busy. I really feel like I'm part of the team and I appreciate the diversity of cultures in the Group.

Gauthier, junior buyer on a co-op program

Over 500 events each year to meet and talk

Our team members and campus managers go to meet prospective applicants to learn about their passions, their career paths and the wide range of professions they exercise. Take one of the 500 opportunities each year to come and talk to them about your plans at job fairs, career expos and events.

We are also present on your campuses and organize events at our partner schools and universities.

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One-click access to our offers for co-op programs

To take your first steps at Michelin or find out more about the programs currently offered, see our online co-op programs.

Read our handy tips for preparing your application, from resumes to job interviews and building your e-reputation.