The First Step in Your Career Journey
Each year, Michelin hires students for our internship and co-op program to provide an opportunity to learn while doing. Our interns and co-ops are trusted with a professional level of responsibility, as they collaborate on meaningful projects while gaining a behind-the-scenes look at business in an international company.
By engaging students early in their college careers, Michelin’s internship and co-op program allows students to get to know us and allows us to connect with them. In building this relationship, we share our Company values and culture so that students can determine if Michelin is the right place to launch their career.
At Michelin, we are focused on the future. We believe that mobility is essential for human development and are innovating passionately to make it safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly. We are looking for the next generation of great thinkers to move our business forward and contribute to our company’s continued growth as a mobility leader. Are you ready to make an impact?
“At Michelin, I get to use my engineering and analysis training to conduct a wide variety of studies. I’ve also had the personal satisfaction of participating in the implementation of several of my recommendations.” – Ryan, former co-op with Michelin North America Internships in every field and at every level
Ready, Set, Go!
Every Fall and Spring, we actively seek talent at college campuses and professional and diversity conferences across the U.S. We encourage you to stop by and learn more about Michelin and our career opportunities available. To see if we are scheduled in your area, check out our calendar of events. Even if we don’t have an opportunity to meet you in person, we still encourage you to create a profile and upload your resume for consideration in our programs.
All applicants must apply online. Applications are evaluated based on the following criteria:
- Enrolled as a full-time college student
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
- At least 18 years of age
- Permanent legal right-to-work in the U.S. (will not require VISA sponsorship to work in the U.S.)
We then consider past work history, rigor of academic coursework, involvement with campus and community organizations and demonstrated leadership and teamwork. Selected candidates will be invited to participate in an interview either by phone or video. Offers for employment are contingent on the results of a drug-screen, background check, work status and academic standing in accordance with our program requirements.
International students studying in the U.S. should consider searching for job opportunities on Michelin’s recruitment website by selecting the appropriate country.