Perhaps it is stating the obvious to say that having Apple on your resume gives you an edge in the job market, but Apple’s internship program is garnering the same prestige among employers as the new iPhone is among just about everyone. With opportunities as diverse as computer features, Apple is a good place to begin, even if you are just looking into what kind of opportunities are out there for computer science graduates. One of the best things about Apple’s positions is that they often employ non-Apple users at the internship level.
While the majority of opportunities are in Santa Clara, California at Apple headquarters, positions are available around the world. Internships with mobile technologies, for example, can take you to places such as Milan, London, and Tokyo (given you speak the language) while programming, development, and operations internships tend be at the home office. Internships range from a three-month summer rotation to six months during the year, and many are more appropriate for recent graduates with some work experience.
Apple has created an easy-to-navigate search function to sift through their many employment opportunities. Staring with a quick search for "intern" you’ll get a list of every position that is currently open, which you can further customize by location. If you find a match you can submit your resume online.
Learn more about internships with Apple at: http://jobs.apple.com/.