At Mentor Graphics Corporation, a leader in electronic design automation (EDA), the Intern Program is designed to give students an opportunity to gain meaningful work experience and explore MGC careers through degree-related work.
As an intern, you will have an opportunity to work and learn with top-notch employees while expanding your knowledge.
Students may find opportunities in a variety of areas within Mentor Graphics, to include, but not limited to, Research and Development, Quality Assurance, Information Technology, Corporate Applications Engineering, and Lead Development.
Students are selected through Mentor’s partnership with University affiliation programs.
- Competitive salary
- Holiday pay
- Real world experience
- Exposure to Electronic Design Automation technology
- Opportunity to work with world-class engineers and business experts, in a challenging environment
Internship opportunities are offered at many of Mentor Graphics locations, to include, but not limited to, Wilsonville, OR, Fremont, CA, Huntsville, AL, Mobile, AL, and Waltham, MA.
“The testing I performed should reduce the amount of bugs/problems the Mentor tool will have when it is officially released; therefore, ensuring Mentor's reputation of producing quality products. Also, by receiving experience as an intern, I have the opportunity to return to school and focus more upon courses that will provide the education for me to become a much more valuable asset Mentor.”
“It was a great experience. Employees were very helpful and I was treated as a fellow employee, not just an intern. I had the opportunity to learn, as well as contribute to the group.”
“Mentor has an outstanding working environment, providing all of the resources needed to perform our jobs. I especially favor the organization of the company, with department groups divided according to their product. These smaller groups have permitted a better understanding and communication regarding product development and modifications. Mentor has provided me with a great experience and training, and I hope I can return the favor to Mentor as permanent employee.”
“I was given a great opportunity to learn about something I knew extremely little about, while at the same time I felt I was contributing to Mentor. One of my personal goals is to be as well rounded as possible, and this internship helped fill a large void in my engineering knowledge and experience - particularly in the digital domain.”