Take the first step in a transformative career. Early talent career programs are critical to Spectrum’s overall talent strategy. Through these programs, you'll get hands-on exposure to our business. That means real projects that will challenge you and grow your skills, alongside mentors who want to see you succeed in your education and your career.
Spectrum seeks value in providing opportunities for young professionals.
As an intern, you'll learn about our industry and gain exposure to a real life business setting. All in an atmosphere that will broaden your professional understanding, encourage your sense of accomplishment and fuel your career development.
This two-year educational and mentorship initiative is designed for rising college juniors with financial need from underrepresented populations. Scholars will explore an internship, benefit from the guidance of a mentor and receive the opportunity to pursue a $20,000 scholarship.
The Field Operations Rotational Program offers participants valuable hands-on experience to jumpstart their careers in Field Operations. This immersive program provides real-world projects and problem-solving opportunities that support professional development for recent or upcoming graduates.
In roles like Billing Operations, Mobile and Video Repair, you'll help customers make the most of our services - and earn the satisfaction that comes with great work. Find out how an intern became an expert in our products and services.
From transforming connectivity to reimagining streaming entertainment, anything you want to do in tech, you can at Spectrum. Find out what it was like for our intern to work for a leading broadband connectivity company.
See what our Summer Intern Program is like, and hear from some of the students who have started their careers with us.
On LinkedIn I came across way Up's 100 top internships and I saw Spectrum was on the list and right away I knew that I wanted to learn more about this company.
When I was elected here at Spectrum I was super excited I was overjoyed.
I've had internships every year of my college experience and this one was by far the most different it wasn't like your other you know mundane internships we had actual jobs and actual tasks that makes you feel a part of the business unit actually making a difference.
What I like most about interning at Spectrum is from the moment you start you're treated like a full-time employee and they want to see you grow and reach your full potential.
I did approach it as a 10-week-long job interview in some ways not just for spectrum to get to know me but also for me to decide if Spectrum is where I want to work after I graduate school.
We get the opportunity to hear from high-level Executives who love to share their experiences with all the interns.
The culture here is very positive. There's a good work-life balance and it's very welcoming and inclusive.
The offices are really great here at Spectrum. The meeting spaces are very comfortable and they're great for collaborating.
Whether you're at the gym or at the market what I like most about the facilities at Spectrum is it feels like a home away from home.
When I was given an offer of a full-time position I did not have to think about it. I knew right away that this is going to be my new home.
One of the things that I like about working here is there's always something new to do every day never bored with anything. I'm always having a new project or a new team to work with so I really do enjoy my job.
If you're thinking about interning Spectrum be ready for hands-on experience, crafting beautiful connections with all the people around you, and for all the opportunities that come your way.
At the end of this internship you'll grow and have a full understanding of what it's like to work in the corporate world.
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Part of the application process includes submitting a video introduction. This is your chance to tell us about yourself so that we can connect you with the right resources based on your interests and experience. Click below to get started.
Participants must currently be pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree from an accredited four-year college or university; be a rising junior (current sophomore) or above; and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Our summer program lasts 10 weeks.
Yes, pay is based on class ranking, job type and market data.
Yes, every intern has a mentor whom they can connect with regarding day-to-day responsibilities. Mentors will monitor progress and daily performance in addition to delivering and overseeing department-related project.
Yes. Here at Spectrum we strongly believe in developing university-level talent, if you work hard, show enthusiasm and make the most of your internship, we would love to consider you for a full-time role.
Spectrum is not sponsoring international students at this time. Keep checking back for new opportunities.