How to Apply

Application Process

U.S. Cellular Internship applications are only accepted via our online career page (  Applicants are encouraged to attach current resumes, and if they choose, a cover letter and (unofficial) transcripts to their candidate profile/application submission.

Individual recruiters, assigned to each requisition, would be the point of contact for questions relative to application status.

Application Deadline

U.S. Cellular generally posts internship requisitions in mid September for the next summer's class of interns.  Applications are then accepted on a rolling basis until the position has been filled leading up to our program start date in early June.


Patricia Gonzalez Macias, Talent Attraction Programs Manager
Phone: 262-522-5429


U.S. Cellular offers a large variety of internships annual across our footprint and in virtually all major departmental disciplines:

  • Engineering
  • Marketing
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • IS/Information Systems
  • Operations
  • Sales

Posted requisitions detail the respective educational requirement (undergraduate or graduate) along with the corresponding discipline of study.  U.S. Cellular requires interns to be currently enrolled (minimallycompleting their sophomore year at the time of applying) through graduate study.  We do consider/hire intern candidates who have graduated within six months of the internship term . 

The U.S. Cellular internship requires a full-time (40 hours per week) commitment for the full 10 week summer program.  Extensions beyond the normal 10-weeks are determined on a case-by-case basis depending on departmental need as well as the availability of the intern.

In addition to those individuals demonstrating strong skill sets and a professional demeanor, our organization looks for those who can:

  • Thrive in an environment of cross-functional collaboration.
  • Rise to the challenge and apply unique perspectives to a rapidly-evolving, technology-driven industry.
  • Appreciate the value of diverse perspectives and work toward a common goal.
  • Desire to learn and grow in a real-work setting, on a seasoned team.
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