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Internships and co-ops

This is a rare opportunity for you to do meaningful work before you begin a full-time job. You'll interact with some of the most talented minds in the business, see how ideas become innovation, and become involved in influencing our next chapter. And to be honest, having a respected name like Bose on your resume doesn't hurt. Plus it puts you on our radar for when you graduate.

When can you start?

While internship dates are flexible, they usually line up with colleges' summer breaks, beginning in May and wrapping up by August. Co-ops run three, four or six months—depending on your school's co-op cycle. As you can imagine, we have more interest than we have openings. Recruitment begins five months before program start dates. So get your name in early.

Here are the requirements

You have to be a full-time student who has completed your first year. GPA? Minimum of 3.0.

The benefits

In addition to gaining significant experience and building a professional network to last a lifetime, you'll enjoy product discounts, a 401K and paid holidays after three months. You'll be invited to Friday breakfasts to learn more about our products and people. And outside the office, there are social events where you can hang out with your peers.

Getting here

While most positions are in Framingham, MA and surrounding areas, many interns and co-ops choose to live in Boston. With everything this world-class city offers, who could blame them? So if you're living there and need to get here, we can help arrange car pools.


Join us—apply here

Internships and co-ops

Find your area of study below and submit your resume. If you're a good match, a Bose recruiter will contact you. And if you see us on campus, come say hi (but don't forget to apply here for quickest consideration). Thanks!

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