Siemens Hires College Level Science & Technology Students


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Good news for college level students interested in math, science, engineering, and technology. Siemens Corporation, a global leader in electronics and electrical engineering, is offering summer internships to qualifying students. It's is all in an effort to foster and develop talented individuals who can become viable Siemens candidates when they eventually graduate.

The internships last for three months during summer 2012, and provide valuable mentorships and networking opportunities. There are locations all over the United States who are looking to take on interns under the program.

Capable students who are interested in green building design, renewable energy, and healthcare and mobility are encouraged to apply. This program sends representatives to campus all over the country every year, but interested students can also click here to find out more and apply.

Mike Panigel, Chief Human Resources Officer for Siemens in the Americas comments on the summer programs:

"Siemens is committed to developing talent, both for our existing employees and by identifying and nurturing new entry level talent. We offer multiple internship programs across our businesses with a goal of converting the best candidates to full-time employees once they graduate,"

"Through this program we have an opportunity to get to know the candidates and they get to know Siemens – it enables all of us to make informed hiring decisions. The fresh ideas and enthusiasm of these new recruits are critical to the sustainability of the organization."

If you have an education in Engineering, Finance, IT, Marketing, Operations, Procurements or Sales, or plan to get one, you should look into these opportunities. Experiences like Siemens offers here are invaluable and could provide a springboard for a lifetime of gainful and fulfilling employment.