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Cooperative Internships


Starting With a Cooperative Internship
Reinforce your education through practical, hands-on work experience in Kodak's exciting and meaningful Cooperative Internship Programs (CIP) located in such locations as Rochester, NY, Windsor, CO, and Dayton, OH. Contribute ideas and develop knowledge, leadership and communications abilities while interacting and collaborating with top professionals in your field.

An internship is more than just a job; it is a learning experience that allows you to explore career options and possibilities. You will not only witness firsthand the inner workings of your career field, but you will also begin to make the transition from student too professional. As you explore a work environment, your internship will help you to learn more about yourself, your skills and your aspirations. It will also assist you in increasing your marketability after graduation, allow you to narrow down major and career choices, allow you to command a higher starting salary, provide insight into prerequisites needed for employment, looks impressive to graduate schools, and assures you have meaningful experiences to discuss during job and graduate school interviews.

Reinforce your education through practical, hands-on work experience in Kodak's exciting and meaningful Cooperative Internship Programs (CIP). Contribute ideas and develop knowledge, leadership and communications abilities while interacting and collaborating with top professionals in your field.
Program Requirements
  • You must be legally authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
  • You must be enrolled full-time in a bachelor's, master's, or PhD Program and have completed your freshman year
  • You must be able to work a minimum 10-week work block during the year
  • You must complete and pass a drug screen as a condition of employment
Program Benefits
  • A competitive salary based on your discipline and education level
  • Round-trip travel expenses (from your school/home to Kodak and back)
  • Assistance in locating housing
  • Mentoring
  • Student activities
Disciplines we recruit
  • Engineering
    • Electrical
    • Chemical
    • Mechanical
    • Manufacturing
  • Business
    • Finance
    • Accounting
    • Logistics
    • Marketing
    • Sales
  • Others
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
    • Computer Science
    Applying for a Cooperative Internship
    To be considered for any position at Kodak, you are required to put your profile/resume into Kodak's on-line database. Cooperative Internship positions may be posted at selected colleges/universities and at www.kodak.com/go/careers. We will consider you for opportunities that provide a match to your career path, education, and experiences.
    Frequently Asked Questions
    1. What is required to become a Kodak intern?
    • You must be legally authorized to work in the country where the position is located
    • You must be enrolled full-time in a bachelor's, master's, or PhD Program and have completed your freshman year
    • You must be able to work a minimum 10-week work block during the year
    • You must complete and pass a drug screen as a condition of employment
    2. What benefits does Kodak offer to its interns?
    • A competitive salary based on your discipline and education level
    • Round-trip travel expenses (from your school/home to Kodak and back)
    • Assistance in locating housing
    • Mentoring
    • Student activities
    3. How do I apply for an internship at Kodak?

    To be considered for any position at Kodak, you are required to put your profile/resume into Kodak’s on-line database. Cooperative Internship positions may be posted at selected colleges/universities and at www.kodak.com/go/careers. We will consider you for opportunities that provide a match to your career path, education, and experiences

    4. Where are Kodak’s internships offered?
    • Rochester, NY
    • Windsor, CO
    • Dayton, OH
    5. How do I follow up on a resume I submitted for an internship?

    The manager of the intern program reviews each resume submitted online at www.kodak.com/go/careers. A recruiter or hiring manager will contact you if your qualifications meet the requirements of the position.

    6. When are the internships offered?

    Kodak’s summer internship program typically starts in May or June and last for a minimum of 10 weeks. Some positions will last longer. Occasionally we have internships available in the winter.

    7. What areas does Kodak recruit for?

    Kodak recruits students from a variety of disciplines and is dependant upon the needs of the business group at that time. This may include:
    • Electrical, chemical, mechanical, and manufacturing engineering
    • Computer science
    • Microelectronics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Business
    • Finance
    • Marketing
    8. Does Kodak provide housing expenses?

    Interns are responsible for paying their own housing expenses during their employment. We will provide interns who are relocating information on available apartments for summer sublease.

    9. What is the salary?

    A competitive salary is offered based on your discipline and education level