Boeing MBA Internship Program – Application Submission Begins 1/1/2013

December 4, 2012
      

The Boeing Company is offering 15 graduate level business summer internships in the Seattle, Washington, area. These are full-time, paid internships with a full benefits package, which includes relocation. Our internship opportunities
enable graduate students to gain challenging work experience while helping Boeing solve business problems and meet customer needs.

The MBA Intern program is designed to challenge students with high-level work projects, as well as to provide developmental and social activities throughout the summer.

Internships are available in the following functions (analyst positions): Procurement Finance, Boeing Capital Corporation Finance, International Cost Management, Estimating/Pricing, Asia Pacific Contracts, Sales, Marketing, International Strategy, and Sales Operations. These opportunities are located within Washington State in Renton and Everett within the Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Shared Services Group, and Boeing Capital Corporation business units.

To view the job description on January 1, 2013, and apply online, please visit www.boeing.com/careers. In the “Quick Job Search & Apply” field, enter the requisition number in the “Job Req #” field and click “Search.” MBA Internships—Washington State Requisition No. 12-1024121

To be considered for an internship position, you must apply between January 1, 2013, and January 18, 2013. Internships begin in May or June 2013 and last approximately 12 weeks. Eligible candidates should be pursuing a masters in business administration (or other graduate business-related degree), scheduled to graduate between August 2013 and June 2014, and have at least four years of previous full-time
work experience. Top candidates will be invited to Seattle for an onsite hiring event where they will learn more about the multiple opportunities available.

Please see attached flyers for more information:

2013 MBA Business Interns E-Flyer_Info Sessions

2013 MBA Intern E-Flyer

 





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