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About Microsoft Corporation Business Internships

Microsoft's ambitions to put a computer on every desk have evolved to put a computing device just about anywhere and connect it to the cloud rather than anchor it to a desk. Besides the Windows operating system and Office suite of productivity programs, Microsoft makes tablets (Surface), game consoles (Xbox), and smartphones (Lumia). It even introduced its first laptop computer in 2015. Still software -- for consumers and businesses -- is Microsoft's biggest source of revenue.

Microsoft has a well-earned reputation as a top employer and top firm in its field. It also offers a number of internship programs for undergraduate, graduate, J.D., and MBA students looking to get into business:

Business Development Manager (MBA): Business development managers identify key strategic initiatives to develop and successfully execute Go to Market strategies against top competitors. As part of this role, interns will drive capacity planning to ensure partner readiness to increase sales and market share. Microsofit is looking for a gan intern who can think out of the box with ideas, execute on messaging, design presentations to support to customer and partner communications and support the Enterprise Partner Team.

Business Programs & Operations (Undergraduate and Graduate): Microsoft's Operations team is responsible for the global operations of the company's Commercial, Consumer, Services, Microsoft Business Solutions, and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) businesses. They focus on the strategy, development, and execution of launch planning, agreement processing, invoicing, and supply chain solutions for Microsoft's products and services worldwide.

Legal & Corporate Affairs: A Legal intern works within Microsoft's Legal & Corporate Affairs department in Redmond, WA, USA. Interns will have a broad range of responsibilities from across the department, which may include researching legal issues impacting business strategy, drafting transactional documents, attending client meetings and product reviews, and collaborating with internal teams on cross-group projects.

Supply Chain & Operations Management (Undergraduate, Graduate and MBA): A supply chain professional serves as a link between Microsoft's hardware development teams and the marketplace. Whether collaborating with team leaders and producers or contacting outside vendors and support businesses, interns use communication skills to maximize exposure for products in the categories of gaming, tablets and PCs, PC hardware, TV and Media Center, and Mobile services. Interns will work to optimize efficiency and costs as products are moved between supplier and retail and guarantee that the supply matches the needs of partners and customers. Interns will also develop best practices to make sure that efficiency consistently improves in the supply chain.


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Microsoft Corporation Business Internships

  • Microsoft Corporation
  • 1 Microsoft Way
  • Redmond, WA 98052
  • Phone: 1 (425) 882-8080
  • Fax: 1 (425) 936-6150


  • Number of Interns: Varies
  • Compensation/Benefits: Paid
  • Duration: Varies
  • Academic Level: College Juniors, College Seniors, Business School Students
  • Degree Track: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Business Administration


  • Redmond, WA