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Students & Internships – Verizon

Whether you’re a recent grad or just looking to change course, we can guide you every step of the way. Internships. Leadership programs. Full-time roles. The world is yours, with opportunities all around the globe. Question is—where will you go?
Get an inside look at our business and make the right connections for your future. Verizon interns work on high-impact projects from day one.
Work alongside Verizon visionaries in our leadership development program – rotating through teams as you help shape our future.
Expand your knowledge, plus gain professional experience while earning credits with a Cooperative Education Opportunity (Co-Op) from a select list of partner schools.
Take the next step toward the future you want. Explore careers from Corporate to Cybersecurity – and start connecting your passion and ambition to opportunities here.
Be part of a culture that’s dedicated to making meaningful change in the lives of our V Teamers, our communities and the world. Take the next step toward an exciting and rewarding career.
Awarded for a new selection and assessment strategy for our internship programs.
Recognized by Ripple Match for excellence in early career hiring, including internships and entry-level programs.
Recognized for investing in our employees and helping them build their careers.
Recognized by Handshake for launching early careers to new heights.
Here, you’ll find the answers to our most-asked hiring questions.
Yes. Verizon participates in campus recruiting and has many opportunities for students. If you want to drive meaningful change in your career and the world, consider joining the V Teamers who are doing it every day.
Opportunities may include internships, co-ops, Leadership Development rotational programs and entry-level positions.
On the Verizon Careers site, you can search and apply for jobs that meet your interests, qualifications, and goals. You can apply for more than one role if you find multiple positions where you have interest. Once you find a job, we offer many ways to apply. You can submit your resume by linking your social profile, uploading it via a cloud option, or a file upload. Once we receive your application, a recruiter will contact you with any next steps, including the potential to schedule an interview.
You can always search our Careers site for new openings and follow along on our Careers social channels for additional updates. Follow our LinkedIn page or find us on Twitter and Instagram at @verizoncareers.
Specific qualifications vary across jobs and are included in specific job postings. Here, we are dreamers, doers and status quo defiers. In general, we’re looking for a motivated self-starter — a candidate who is never satisfied with the status quo, is always trying to beat a personal best, and thrives in a fast-paced environment where new challenges come up every day. We’re looking for someone who is flexible, works well in various environments, and gets inspired to take smart risks.
“I chose to join Verizon not only because I want to contribute to a forward-thinking company, but also to be at the forefront, helping to protect and manage the future of our networks.”
“I joined the Verizon team because of the highly diverse and inclusive environment Verizon provides to inspire innovation and success across the world!”
“I joined Verizon because of the innovation and community service that the company strives to promote.”
“Verizon provides forward thinking, innovative and essential technologies while doing good for the communities it serves, and this is why I chose Verizon as the place for me!”
“I applied to and joined Verizon because I wanted to work for a company consistently motivated to do good and to do more. Verizon’s credo and core values made it clear that this was the perfect place for me to help make an impact.”
Even if you’re not a V Teamer (yet), we’d love to keep you in the loop. We can’t help it—connection is kind of our thing. So be sure to sign up to become part of our network.

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