Question and answers regarding internships at onsemi



Learn more about how it feels being an onsemi intern and what you need to do in order to become one.

Although very similar, there are unique differences between the two positions.

An Intern is a student who works at onsemi part-time, around his/her course schedule, during the Winter/Spring or Fall terms. An intern can also be a student who works full-time during the summer term.

A Co-Op is a student who takes a semester off from school and works at onsemi in line of taking courses that semester, full-time for 6-12 months.

Specific qualifications and requirements will be specified for each Intern and Co-Op job posting. Requirements that apply to all prospective interns and Co-Op students include the following:

  • Current enrollment at an accredited institution pursuing a bachelor's, master's, MBA or PhD degree and returning to school/university following onsemi assignment
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States. Note: we do accept international students as long as they are able to receive CPT/OPT sponsorship from their university

If you are a student at a school that we visit, please apply through your school’s career center and/or job board. If onsemi does not have an event on your campus, click here to browse and apply to our available intern, Co-Op, and entry-level careers.

Our University Relations program is meant to provide students with a true glimpse into what it is like work at onsemi. onsemi is engineering a better future, and we need your help. We’re looking for tech-savvy problem-solvers with hands-on preventative maintenance skills to work in one of our next-level facilities. At onsemi, you’ll work in a diverse, inclusive and socially responsible environment, with cutting-edge technologies that empower a sustainable future The benefits of onsemi’s program, include:

  • Opportunity to work on real-life cutting-edge technologies and the devices we enable
  • First-hand glimpse into a variety of career paths and job opportunities in the semiconductor industry
  • Mentoring from semiconductor industry leaders and experts within our various industry segments
  • Lunch and learns and networking events with senior leadership and executives
  • Social events and group activities with fellow interns, Co-Op students and the University Relations team
  • Highly competitive hourly wage; overtime eligibility
  • We provide relocation assistance and housing stipend
  • Paid holidays including Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day (and day before if it falls on a weekday), Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and the day after Thanksgiving