Who is eligible for an internship or co-op?
Students should be actively enrolled in school and have at least one term of school to complete following their internship or co-op. Depending on the internship or co-op to which you apply, this could include high school, secondary school, or accredited two- or four-year universities or colleges. Each job description will include eligibility requirements. Please read them carefully.
What can I expect out of my internship? Do interns do more than fetch coffee?
Yes! Our goal is provide students with an engaging experience and meaningful work assignments. The internship or co-op will help you develop your skills while solving real-world problems. Through the work, networking and program offerings we hope to showcase Rockwell Automation as a place to work and grow your career.
Do you sponsor visas for internships?
In the U.S., the majority of our intern and co-op positions are not open to sponsoring students on F1 or J1 visas. There are some exceptions, so please read the job description requirements before applying. Outside of the U.S. we typically recruit students who are currently based in the internship work location, and those who have the accurate vias in order to work.
What type of student/internships roles are available at Rockwell Automation and in which countries are these available?
We recruit students for different roles including, but not limited to: software, firmware and hardware development engineers, support engineers, commercial and application engineers, cloud engineers, security and DevSecOps, IT, operations, supply chain, analytics and data science, sales, finance and marketing. We recruit for internships in many countries around the world across the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Different internships are available at different times in different work locations; therefore, please view open internships to find the specific opportunities available to you, wherever you live and work.
Who is eligible to be considered for a new grad opportunity?
Rising college or university graduates and/or new and recent graduates should consider applying to our new grad (or early career) programs.
What type of new grad roles are available at Rockwell Automation and where are they available?
At Rockwell Automation, we have various early career programs into which we recruit and hire rising graduates and new or recent graduates. Depending on your interests, strengths and ideal career path, there is likely an opportunity for you. Different programs are available at different times in different work locations; therefore, please view open new grad programs and roles to find the specific opportunities available to you, wherever you live and work.
Will Rockwell Automation be visiting my campus?
Our recruiting team visits colleges and universities globally, but we can’t get to all of them. It's best review open internship and new grad positions by viewing open roles. In the U.S., you can also find us through Handshake.
What is the typical recruitment timeframe?
In the U.S., our fall recruiting season is from August through November while the Spring season runs from January through April. Outside of the U.S., recruiting varies by region country and business need. For the most up-to-date listing click View Open Roles from the main page.
Can I apply to multiple roles?
Of course! That said, you are encouraged to focus on the role or roles that align with your interests and skillset. Despite what some applicants think, applying to many roles doesn’t increase your chances of getting a job. Applying to the jobs that truly interest you is the best strategy.
Where can I find the status of my application?
When you successfully apply to a role, you’ll receive a confirmation email. That email will have a link for you check on the status of your application.