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The storied history of the Ford Motor Company dates back to 1903, when Henry Ford produced his first Model-T. Today, the company is one of the largest U.S. automakers, and sells vehicles in 200 markets across six continents. Henry Ford’s descendents are still involved in the company today, meeting regularly to discuss its future. In 2009, with the rest of the American auto industry accepting government bailouts, Ford looks well positioned to survive without one. In addition to the Ford make of automobiles, the company also produces vehicles under the Volvo, Lincoln, Mazda and Mercury brands and runs the Ford Motor Credit Company.
Ford’s internships are structured around its various career development programs. Visit www.careers.ford.com to view open positions. Interns complete challenging assignments and take part in networking events. Upon completion of the program, Ford may offer full-time positions to successful interns.
Open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors and graduate students studying a subject relevant to the internship. Specific qualifications vary by department. A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required.
Number of Interns: 51 to 100
Academic Level: College Sophomores, College Juniors, College Seniors, Graduate Students