Skip to Content

Students at Esri

Innovation, Collaboration, Professional and Personal Growth

Whether you are looking to gain hands-on experience to add to your résumé or you're ready to launch your career, you'll find this and much more at Esri.

Ready for a new campus? You worked hard for your degree—now put it to good use in one of our exciting entry-level opportunities. Whatever the role—whether it be writing code, making software enhancements, providing technical support, or coordinating and executing marketing programs—you'll be a key player in enabling people to do amazing things with geography and GIS technology.

And just because you've graduated doesn't mean you'll stop learning. Through ongoing training and mentorship, networking, scholarships, and tuition reimbursement, you'll have many opportunities to grow a stable, successful career at Esri.

Check out our current opportunities below.

Looking for an internship where you can learn while you earn? Each year more than 100 students are accepted into our internship program, giving them the chance to contribute to real projects while receiving invaluable mentoring from Esri staff. We offer a 12-week program with competitive pay and opportunities to get technical training and grow with Esri.

Internship opportunities are available at our headquarters in sunny Southern California as well as a number of other Esri offices. The program is open to both undergrad and grad students who are graduating in the spring semester or will be returning to school in the fall. Many Esri interns major in computer science, GIS, geography, or engineering, but we also have opportunities for marketing, English, business, law, and accounting majors.

We are now accepting applications for summer 2020. Positions will be filled on a rolling basis from October 2019 through February 2020.

Learn More about Esri Internships

As a student assistant, you'll gain a behind-the-scenes look at the Esri User Conference in San Diego, California, the largest event of its kind; the Esri Federal GIS Conference in Washington, DC; the Esri Developer Summit in Palm Springs, California; or the Esri Petroleum GIS Conference in Houston, Texas. There's no better way to be fully immersed in everything geospatial and to network with other students and GIS professionals from around the world.

To be eligible, you must be a graduate student, fourth-year undergrad, or an advanced GIS program student at a two-year college. All students should have an interest in applying geospatial applications and concepts to their studies. What else do you get if selected? Full registration to the conference, hotel accommodations, a meal stipend … not to mention great experience and skills to add to your résumé.

Watch a video about our Student Assistantship Program

prev Page of next