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What is the difference between an Intern and a Co-Op Student?

Although very similar, there are unique differences between the two positions.

An Intern is a student who works at onsemi part-time, around his/her course schedule, during the Winter/Spring or Fall terms. An intern can also be a student who works full-time during the summer term.

A Co-Op is a student who takes a semester off from school and works at onsemi in line of taking courses that semester, full-time for 6-12 months.

Specific qualifications and requirements will be specified for each Intern and Co-Op job posting. Requirements that apply to all prospective interns and Co-Op students include the following:

  • Current enrollment at an accredited institution pursuing a bachelor's, master's, MBA or PhD degree and returning to school/university following onsemi assignment
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States. Note: we do accept international students as long as they are able to receive CPT/OPT sponsorship from their university

If you are a student at a school that we visit, please apply through your school’s career center and/or job board. If onsemi does not have an event on your campus, click here to browse and apply to our available intern, Co-Op, and entry-level careers.

Our University Relations program is meant to provide students with a true glimpse into what it is like work at onsemi. onsemi is engineering a better future, and we need your help. We’re looking for tech-savvy problem-solvers with hands-on preventative maintenance skills to work in one of our next-level facilities. At onsemi, you’ll work in a diverse, inclusive and socially responsible environment, with cutting-edge technologies that empower a sustainable future The benefits of onsemi’s program, include:

  • Opportunity to work on real-life cutting-edge technologies and the devices we enable
  • First-hand glimpse into a variety of career paths and job opportunities in the semiconductor industry
  • Mentoring from semiconductor industry leaders and experts within our various industry segments
  • Lunch and learns and networking events with senior leadership and executives
  • Social events and group activities with fellow interns, Co-Op students and the University Relations team
  • Highly competitive hourly wage; overtime eligibility
  • We provide relocation assistance and housing stipend
  • Paid holidays including Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day (and day before if it falls on a weekday), Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and the day after Thanksgiving