UTC internships and co-ops are designed to help build your professional credentials, while also igniting your imagination. Opportunities exist throughout our company, and are available to business and engineering majors who are motivated to learn and grow.
- Comprehensive on-the-job training
- Chance to contribute your best ideas
- Environment that inspires innovative results
Co-ops can be completed during fall or spring semester. Internships are 10-12 week summer assignments only.
Students & New Graduates: Apply Here
UTC recruits from several schools across the nation. We may even be visiting your campus in the future. But you can get a head start on joining us, when you express your interest now. If your school is not listed below, please choose "Other". You may also use our Job Finder to apply directly to an open position.
How does the recruiting process work?
We recruit from a number of schools to attract the most talented individuals to UTC. Depending on the location of the internship, a management team will conduct on-campus or in-house interviews. Selections are made in the spring prior to the internship period and qualified individuals can expect to get a response by April.
What kind of work will I do as an intern?
Each business unit will provide a unique internship experience. The difference comes in understanding the issues, products, services and processes that are specific to each industry. As an intern, you will learn corporate principles, contribute to business-specific job requirements, and organize special projects as needs arise. Please look at our Finance and Engineering pages for additional details applicable to your discipline.
What kind of training is provided?
It is up to the department to which you are assigned to provide the necessary training and guidance to complete your job requirements during the 10-12 week internship period. Instructions will be given in group assignments and special projects that are assigned.
Are interns evaluated?
Yes, once at the end of their stay with UTC. Evaluations are completed by the direct functional manager and are conducted much like evaluations given to other company employees. Many factors are evaluated, but your overall job performance will be the highlight.
How are interns regarded internally at UTC?
Interns are an intricate part of their department's workload and serve as valued contributors. Participating in one of our internships is invaluable in establishing a network within the company.