Since 2001, Broadcom has been connecting top students with challenging internship and co-op positions that offer the opportunity to work with some of the most experienced and talented individuals in the industry. We have hired interns located in countries around the globe, such as the United States, United Kingdom, India, Israel, Canada, China, Singapore and Taiwan. All of our locations host interns from a variety of backgrounds with diverse representation in degrees, majors and cultural experiences.
Broadcom's Internship/Co-Op Program are paid, full-time (40+ hours) or part-time positions (with no guarantee of continued employment throughout the academic school year or full-time employment upon graduation). The Talent Management Group assists business units and their departments in providing formalized intern programs to assimilate the interns to common Broadcom practices and skills needed to satisfy internship or co-op requirements.
Interns are students who are currently pursuing a BS, MS or PhD degree from an accredited University or College. We also have opportunities for Finance, International Business, Legal, and MBA students. Students can use their work experience at Broadcom to gain practical knowledge in their chosen major, dependent on class load and work authorization restrictions, if any. Internship duration is generally set at the beginning of the assignment and may be extended or shortened based on company needs. Interns are permitted to work throughout the school year, until the completion of their degree program. Interns generally work part-time (20 hours per week) during the school year and may work full time (40 hours per week) over the summer and during extended holiday periods.
Co-Ops are students who are currently enrolled in their College or Universities Co-Op Program, while pursuing a BS, Business, Legal, MS, MBA or PhD degree. These students are required to apply classroom knowledge to actual work situations to gain hands-on work experience and an understanding of business culture and expectations. Co-Op students are generally full time (40 hours per week) and vary depending on the College/University Co-Op Program and student availability. Co-Op assignments generally alternate between academic terms, until the student completes the degree program.
- Professional development and leadership presentations
- Mini-training sessions and speaker series, such as business writing, communication skills, problem solving, time management, presentation skills, project management, financial acumen, networking, and influencing skills
- Progress reviews and feedback
- Major League Baseball Games
- Social events that encourage student interaction
- Various Volunteer/Community Events