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Internship Opportunities for Students in North America

Amazon’s University Operations Internship Program is designed to develop college students into Operations leaders while giving them the chance to make an impact in our Fulfillment Centers. Our internships are designed to combine leadership development and experiential learning in a unique summer project that will create a tangible impact to our customers.

Interns are empowered to collaborate across multiple teams to support their site while navigating process improvements and gaining familiarity with the day-to-day functions of a Fulfillment Center. Learning is at the heart of our internships. Every day brings new challenges and opportunities for growth.

Come build the future of Operations with us.

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Interns own their projects from start to finish, and most projects wrap up toward the end of the internship. Upon completion, Amazon teams provide feedback on overall performance, deliverables, and skills as they relate to the role, project expectations, and Amazon’s Leadership Principles.

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Classroom trainings and self-service offerings empower Amazonians to learn from each other and gain experience analyzing data, problem solving, writing narrative documents, and working backwards from the customer. Interns have opportunities to develop personal and professional networks by taking part in social events, diving into workshops, or joining an Amazon affinity group.

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We provide interns with opportunities to take part in building the future for Amazon customers. Every intern is paired with a mentor and a manager who will enable success and facilitate career growth by providing guidance on projects, giving feedback on key deliverables, and working to remove barriers.

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Dario N.

Business Analyst Intern, AMXL Global Speciality Fulfillment

Dario is originally from Germany and now based in London as a Business Analyst intern for Amazon Extra-Large Delivery Services. He is currently studying Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Kuehne Logistics University in Hamburg with a specialization in Strategy and Analytics.

The main project Dario has worked on during his internship is the design of a comprehensive dashboard that displays all the various Key Performance Indicators driving the logistics network of AMXL. Because AMXL specializes in the transportation of heavy and bulky items, there were a lot of peculiarities to consider. To build his dashboard, Dario connected with various stakeholders within his organization, which enabled him to understand their needs and how best to consider them in his project.

Francesca A.

Project Management Intern, Amazon Air

Francesca is pursuing a Master’s in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology at Bocconi University and is currently a Project Management Intern on the Amazon Air Aviation Security team. Her internship focuses on Air Operations, specifically the security processes surrounding the day-to-day lives of hundreds of employees working at the gateways. She created a database that enabled the team at the first EU gateway entirely owned by Amazon to efficiently track and manage required employee training records.

Francesca also worked on a customs reporting project, creating tools that allow the team to track the status and trends of parcels going from Germany to the United Kingdom that need to be customs-cleared due to Brexit.

Oliver C.

Operations Intern, Amazon Transportation Services

Oliver, originally from Ecuador, joined the Operations Internship Program at the Wolfhagen Sortation Center in March 2021. He is currently finishing his last semester of study for a Bachelor’s degree in Logistics Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt.

During his internship, he has had the chance to tackle real problems, access real data, and work hand-in-hand with managers in his sortation center. After diving deep into his site’s data, analysing variables in truck handling, and creating a process flow diagram, he successfully developed a forecasting tool that allows Area Managers to determine the optimal number of associates needed per shift.

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