What does a day in the life of an intern look like? Our interns captured their experience with our company. As you can see, we work hard and play hard too.
Want to get hands-on experience doing real work for a worldwide market-leading company? Look no further. We offer a robust internship program to college juniors and seniors with strong creativity, capacity for critical thinking, exceptional communication skills, and a collaborative spirit to help build the future of our company. Accelerate your career by investing in an internship. Interns are our pipeline of future talent!
In fact, because the experiences we have to offer go so far beyond traditional internships, we refer to ours as “co-ops.” This is because we view you as a true partner in our company during your time with us. You don’t need a lot of experience to join our Internship Program. If you have bold dreams and a strong work ethic, we’ll give you the opportunity to shine. Search for open opportunities.
Areas of Opportunity
We offer internships in all of our functional areas, including:
With available internships ranging in length from 12 weeks to eight months at locations across North America, you’re sure to find one that meets your needs.
Our internship programs are available at these locations:
Are you curious which educational path will best prepare you for your desired role with our company? Read on and make informed choices about your education.
Education and Engineering Positions
Plan your future. Then help us build ours by designing and innovating the future of heavy and compact construction equipment. We need talented professionals in these engineering fields:
Four-Year Degree Programs for Professional Positions
Do you see yourself managing, strategizing and planning for the future of our industry? If you’re a current or future student at a four-year university, consider these areas of study:
Learn more about our professional career paths and opportunities.
Technical Education for Production and Engineering Positions
Building the future of construction equipment requires a strong team of hard-working individuals. An education at a two-year college or technical school can prepare you for a variety of production roles with us. Some areas to consider include:
Learn more about our production career paths and opportunities.
As an intern with us, you’ll be doing a lot more than just fetching coffee—but you don’t have to take our word for it. Here’s what some of our past interns said about their experience.
Kenneth, Engineering Intern
When I first started this internship I expected to work on small, easy projects in a supporting role while learning about the design process. While some projects were in support of other people, every project I worked on proved to be challenging, and taught me a lot about working in the industry, the design process, and team work.
Samantha, Human Resources Intern
This internship has provided me with more hands-on learning opportunities than the classroom has ever had. Between the people I have worked with and the projects I have participated on, my skillset has expanded far beyond the job description I signed up for.
Craig, Engineering Intern
At Bobcat Company, you are treated as a member of the team. People are always available to help you learn and grow with the company. My internship was a great opportunity for me to gain real-world work experience and show Bobcat Company what I was capable of. The value of the work experience goes well beyond the limitations of a classroom setting and really prepares you for your future field.
Syver, Attachments Intern; Training Intern
I took this internship to gain more hands-on experience with Bobcat equipment, as well as learn more about competitors’ equipment. I gained valuable knowledge and a better understanding of the machinery industry that definitely helped me in my career path.
Cale, Marketing Intern
My experience at Bobcat Company has been a variable one; between international projects with Doosan products and national correspondence with our brand's dealers, I have been involved in meaningful project work in every sphere of the company. The importance of my work had observable and measurable impacts and added indisposable experience and work to my portfolio. I even found myself applying for an extension and the year I have spent here has rewarded me for my hard work.