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Student & Upcoming Graduate Programs (US)

Today’s students are the future of our enterprise. Our U.S. internship and upcoming graduate roles provide meaningful opportunities to solve real-world challenges across a variety of industries. Consider taking the first step in your career by applying for a position with Gore, a global enterprise focused on improving lives.


Majors We Recruit by Role



Intern & Upcoming Graduate


Aerospace Engineering, Bio & Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electro-Mechanical & Electrical Engineering, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering


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Industrial Engineering​​​​​​​

Intern & Upcoming Graduate


Engineering Management, Industrial Engineering, Industrial & Management Engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering


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Supply Chain​​​​​​​

Intern & Upcoming Graduate


Engineering Management, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management


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Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Math, or Data Science


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Business Information Systems​​​​​​​



Business Information Systems, Management Information Systems


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Information Technology



Computer Science, Cyber & Information Security, Information Technology


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Interns have the opportunity to: gain hands-on experience by driving a project in their field to showcase their skills, network with each other and other Associates through social activities and professional development workshops, as well as our Diversity Mentorship Program. 


We offer paid internships that typically take place over the summer for 10-12 weeks at our sites in Newark, DE; Elkton, MD; Phoenix, AZ; Flagstaff, AZ; and Santa Clara, CA. We also offer relocation support and a housing program for eligible candidates.


We're looking for students who have completed their sophomore year of college and will be returning to school after their internship for Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Supply Chain and Information Technology opportunities. Explore current opportunities.

Typical Internship Timeline

Application period: December - February 15


December - January: Internship opportunities posted


January - February: Interviews conducted with selected applicants


February 15: Typical deadline for applying (11:59pm ET)


March - April: Offers extended


May - August: Internship program runs for ~10 weeks


We encourage you to apply early as we review applications in the order received.


Upcoming Graduates

Completing college and entering the workforce is an exciting process! Upcoming graduates starting their careers at Gore gain firsthand experience with our values, processes and culture, working on small teams to create products that improve lives.


We seek Bachelor's and Master's students in their final year of school for a select number of engineering, industrial engineering and supply chain focused opportunities. Explore current opportunities.


Upcoming Graduate Timeline

Application period: August - October 31


September - November: Attend career fairs at select schools


October - November: First round interviews with selected applicants


October 31: Deadline for applying (11:59 ET)


November - January: Final interviews conducted and offers extended


We encourage you to apply early as we review applications in the order received.

Application Tips & Resources

Your Resume: In addition to highlighting work and school experiences, we look for evidence of teamwork, leadership, communication skills, and hands-on aptitude and experience.


Email Communications: Our recruiting team often uses email to communicate with applicants. To ensure you receive our emails, please add collegerecruiting@wlgore.com to your address book.


Interview Questions: If you are selected for an interview with Gore, be prepared to answer questions relevant to your area of study as well as behavioral questions regarding your personal and professional qualities.


Our Hiring Process: Learn more about the steps in our U.S. college recruiting process - including when opportunities are posted, interviews are conducted and offers are extended.


Gore’s upcoming graduate and internship/co-op programs are intended to identify individuals for potential employment upon graduation. Gore does not provide immigration sponsorship or support for these roles. Therefore, to be considered for employment after graduation, you must be authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship or support. If you would require employer sponsorship to continue to work in the U.S. after graduation, we ask that you withdraw.


An Optional Practical Training (OPT) program is temporary employment that is directly related to an F-1 student’s major area of study.  OPT does not provide indefinite authorization to work in the U.S.


Contact us at collegerecruiting@wlgore.com if you have any questions or need additional information.