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It's never too early to start thinking about your career. We are always looking for the next generation of great thinkers who can guide our business forward, today and tomorrow. Together we can grow as a vital global company with a passion for creating innovative products and services for our customers. Your future is bright - apply your abilities today.
Wondering what happens next? Check out our career development programs page to learn more about how Dell supports your career after you become part of the team.
Dell is dedicated to college graduate hiring, and we offer various internship opportunities in several business areas to help our students learn more about our culture and career offerings. Please see the descriptions below for information about specific internship opportunities. For general internship questions, please contact the University Relations team.
Accounting Intern Program
The Accounting Intern Program is an 11-week intensive development opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a 5-year accounting program (or who will have equivalent credit hours required to become a Certified Public Accountant). In the program, interns have opportunities for real-world work experiences through at least one specific project that culminates in an end-of-summer presentation to executive management. The summer internship also includes intern-specific team building events, an executive speaker series, and networking opportunities with participants in other Dell development programs and coworkers.
Dell Financial Services Intern Program
As Dell’s captive financing arm, Dell Financial Services (DFS) facilitates financing of technology products and services for consumers, businesses, and educational and public institutions. Working at DFS is a unique opportunity in that Interns are exposed to the full operating structure of the financing business. Interns at DFS are included in the Finance Intern Program at Dell and will work on challenging and strategic projects in a variety of key functional areas within DFS. DFS Interns will also have access to additional DFS-specific resources and activities such as a DFS Managers Speaker Series.
As a Dell intern engineer, you will have the opportunity to work in one of the following areas:
- Product Development: mechanical and electrical engineering development, Dell technology and innovation strategy creation, software solutions development, and test validation.
- Manufacturing Engineering: quality engineering, manufacturing engineering, process engineering, and test engineering.
- MIS: software development, business systems analysis, and technical analysis.
- Customer Services: engineering technical support.
- Dell.com ecommerce website: software development engineering and user experience engineering.
- Enterprise Software development: network security, cloud computing, info management, big data, system management.
- R&D: Research & Development for next-generation technology and Dell products, mobility, data center, internet and much more!
Finance Intern Program
The Finance Intern Program is an 11-week intensive development opportunity for undergraduate and graduate Finance students. In the program, interns have opportunities for real-world work experiences through at least one specific project that culminates in an end-of-summer presentation to management. The summer internship also includes intern-specific team building events, an executive speaker series, and networking opportunities with participants in other Dell development programs and coworkers.
Global Sales Operations Internship
The Global Sales Operations Internship is an 11 week summer program providing insight into the behind-the-scenes projects that support positive customer engagement and an optimized end-to-end order experience. In the program, interns take on an impactful assignment that culminates in an end-of-summer presentation to executive management. The summer internship also includes team building events, an executive speaker series, business case challenge and networking opportunities with participants in other Dell development programs and coworkers. We provide our interns with robust performance feedback, career development planning and the possibility of a full-time role upon graduation.
The Dell IT internship is a 10-12 week program designed for top performing undergraduate or graduate students. As an IT intern, you will undertake challenging, strategic, and operational projects. Your manager will be committed to your success and will provide a detailed project plan and regularly face-to-face meetings with you to provide support and networking opportunities. The program also provides an assigned mentor and peer level buddy as well as frequent group events. The internship culminates with a high visibility presentation to executive management.
Supply Chain Development Internship Program
The Supply Chain Development Intern Program (SCDP) gives entry-level college graduates an opportunity to launch their Supply Chain careers. Successful interns transition from the internship to a fulltime program consisting of three different one year rotational assignments (i.e.: fulfillment, operations, procurement) and a significant academic focus to build solid Supply Chain and business skills. This is a new program that kicked-off in Austin in June 2014 with top talent undergraduate university recruits.
Dell supports your growth throughout your career, and we offer several development and rotation programs for our new graduate hires. Read more below to find the right development program for you.
Accounting Development Program
Dell's Accounting Development Program (ADP) is designed to create Dell’s next generation of Accounting Leaders by offering participants the ability to rotate through several challenging positions while participating in enhanced accounting training and networking opportunities. The program includes three consecutive one-year assignments through defined accounting domains and participants are eligible to earn the opportunity to spend six months working on a global assignment.
Client Development Program
The Client Development Program is a 12-month program in support of Dell’s commitment to help our people and our community to grow and thrive. This program equips recent graduates with the tools to begin building a firm career foundation through challenging and strategic assignments across the Client Support organization. This program includes exposure to data analytics, leadership curriculum and leadership- and peer-level mentoring. Participants will also engage in high-visibility networking opportunities, community service events and leadership speaker series. Learn more about the Client Development Program ›
Finance Development Program
Dell's two-year Finance Development Program (FDP) gives entry-level undergraduates an opportunity to launch their Finance careers. The program consists of four different six-month global finance rotational assignments and a significant academic focus to build solid finance and business skills.
Finance Graduate Program
The purpose of the Finance Graduate Program is to develop talent beyond analytical skills by focusing on key soft skills and interpersonal competencies necessary for success at Dell. This program is designed to nurture the future leaders of Dell.
The program curriculum covers all development areas, which are necessary for fresh graduates to start up their career in an international finance organization. It focuses on development through individual and team trainings covering finance, technical and soft skills. A successful candidate should be fluent in English and have a desire to start a career in corporate finance.
The Finance Graduate Program is based in Panama and open to all recent graduates. If you are interested in applying or finding more information about the Program, please send us your CV with the subject "Finance Graduate Program – Panama."
IT Development Program
The IT Development Program (ITDP) gives entry-level college graduates an opportunity to launch their IT careers. The program consists of one-year rotational assignments for three years with significant academic focus to build solid IT and business skills. Rotation within program is determined annually based on the participant's development objectives with technical and generalist paths available to align with career goals. By providing visibility with leadership through mentoring and networking, exposure to variety of roles and segments, and program-sponsored training, the ITDP provides a key investment in the future of Dell IT.
Supply Chain Development Program
The Supply Chain Development Program (SCDP) gives entry-level college graduates an opportunity to launch their Supply Chain careers. The program consists of three different one year rotational assignments (i.e.: fulfillment, operations, procurement) and a significant academic focus to build solid Supply Chain and business skills. This is a new program that kicked-off in Austin in June 2014 with top talent undergraduate university recruits.