From this On Campus page, you can find out when American Airlines recruiters will be visiting your campus.
Select your university from the list to view the schedule for your campus. You can also view the location on Bing Map,
visit the school website for the job information, or visit the website for your event.
Spend your summer at 35,000 feet with the American Airlines Technology Internship Program!
American Airlines Internship Highlights:
American Airlines is offering 8-12 week internships and Co-ops to college students in a variety of departments,
check out some of the highlights as summarized by some of our previous Interns:
Prior ADEPT Mentorship Program
Meetings with Managing Directors and High Level Executives
Opportunity to transition into ADEPT Program upon graduation
Leverage latest technologies to work on large scale projects with real corporate impact
Want to know more about the Internship program, check out the most common questions recieved from our previous interns:
Where can I stay in the DFW area?
The Dallas Metroplex offers a variety of options for your stay while you are here for the summer. There are a lot of economical extended-stay hotels close to the AMR headquarters that have been used by our former interns. Most apartment complexes in the area offer short-term leases as well.
When/Where can I apply?
You can apply for the program using the Apply Now link found above. More details about when American Airlines will be visiting your University can be found using the Calendar above.
When does the program start?
The program will start late May/early June of every summer.
How long is the internship program?
The Internship program is usually 8-12 weeks, but can be extended into a semester long Co-Op as well.
Who is eligible to be an intern?
The following criteria must be met for those interested in the program:
Minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
Succesful completion of the sophomore year of an accredit college/university
Must have successfully completed 60 hours towards an applicable Bachelor degree(Mechanical,
Aerospace, or Electrical Engineering)