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Deadlines Approaching for Summer Programs


Summer Programs


Students, don't let these opportunities pass you by!
Are you proud to call yourself a geogeek? Want to be among a group of 15,000 GIS professionals learning about the latest geospatial innovations? Apply to be an Esri International User Conference (Esri UC) student assistant, and you may find yourself spending a week in San Diego, California.

Even if you're planning on interning somewhere for the summer, you can still apply to the program! Explain to your employer that you'll need a week off to attend the Esri UC. Chances are, they'll be pumped that you'll be bringing what you learn from the conference back to their organization.

The application deadline is April 14. Students must be available to work Saturday, July 12, through Friday, July 18.

Looking for more than a one-week gig? Our Summer Internship Program gives you a chance to work alongside Esri staff in many areas throughout the company.

  • These are full-time, paid positions (up to 12 weeks).
  • Approximately 80 interns will be selected, primarily in Redlands but also in a few regional offices.
  • Students can check their major to see where they may be the best fit.
  • Apply now! The deadline is March 14, but positions are filled as qualified candidates are identified.
  • Have questions? We have answers.

Seniors: Ready for a New Campus?

Graduate on a New Campus

Graduating this semester? Congrats! Make the transition from your college campus to the Esri campus, where you'll find a number of opportunities for new grads throughout the company. Learn where you might fit at Esri by matching your major to a career path and then search our current openings. New positions are added frequently, so check back periodically or sign up for job alerts.

Check out these tips for new grads from Michael Johnson of Esri's university programs team.


Connect with Us

There are still plenty of opportunities to meet our staff at campus events across the United States this spring. Check our interactive map for the schedule, then get advice on how to prepare in this interview with Jason Otero, Esri's talent acquisition manager.

Check out these other ways to stay connected:


Collaborate. Learn. Socialize.

Did you know you can connect with experienced developers to see what cool projects they're working on? Esri GeoDev Meetups are a great way to meet our staff and learn from developers who are using our technology. These informal networking sessions are held at various locations across the United States; they are free, and refreshments are provided, so what do you have to lose?


From the Esri Careers Blog

Here are some recent posts from the Esri Careers blog students might find interesting.


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