Automotive Interiors Finance Internship

Company Name:
Johnson Controls
Title: Automotive Interiors Finance Internship
Location: US-MI-Holland
Other Locations: US-MI-Plymouth
We are searching
for students who are serious about performing challenging work and gaining
meaningful experience.
Our automotive Engineering Internships are based in Holland, MI or Plymouth,
MI. Travel is required. Graduate and undergraduate level students who are
current students are evaluated based on grade point average, leadership
abilities, communication skills and relevant coursework. Those who have already
graduated are not eligible for the summer internship program. We value
teamwork, integrity and diversity. We
welcome anyone who shares our commitment to ingenuity, innovation, and
Johnson Controls
Automotive Interiors Intern Program FAQ:
Controls target students with GPAs over 3.0 and who have previous internship or
work experience (automotive experience preferred.)
Freshman or
Sophomore standing in a 2 year degree program. Sophomore, Junior, or Senior
status in a 4 year program is preferred. We will also take a look at first year
graduate students; however, those who have graduated with their Bachelor's
degree or their Master's degree are not eligible to participate, as the
program is for current students only.
Our interns
typically start their employment with JCI in May, with the internship lasting
approximately 90 days.
Interns are
recruited through career fairs, employee referrals, and applications submitted
on the Johnson Controls career site.
are seeking aspiring professionals who are
enrolled in a Bachelor's or Master's degree program, studying Finance and/or Accounting.
Those who have already graduated OR who will have graduated as of
April or May 2015 areineligible to apply.

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