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Looking for a summer internship in tech? Join one of our science and engineering internships in California or Connecticut.

If you'd rather intern during the school year, our co-op program allows you to work for ASML during the academic semester or quarter.

Internships in the US

Imagine using the information you’re learning in college to work on high-tech equipment and help solve some of the most complex problems in technology today. At ASML, you’ll do just that. Our three-month-long science and engineering summer internships are available in San Diego and San Jose, California and Wilton, Connecticut.

Read about allowances and requirements

Your time, energy and skills are valuable to us. ASML interns are compensated on an hourly basis based on the level of education they have completed.

US internship requirements

In order to apply for a US internship at ASML, you must be currently enrolled and taking classes in a degree-seeking program at an accredited university or college in the US. Students who have not yet graduated from high school, but have dual enrollment with a college, are not eligible.

Graduate and PhD students may also apply. If you are graduating from an undergraduate program, you must be able to produce documentation that you have been accepted to a graduate program at the time of the completion of your undergraduate degree.

You must also:

  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Be a college-level junior or above
  • Be at least 18 years old at start of program
  • Provide proof of authorization to work in the US

Co-op programs in Wilton, CT

The ASML Co-op Program gives students the opportunity to work for ASML during the academic semester or quarter. A co-op is a partnership between higher-education institutions and employers to provide real work experience to full-time students.

The ASML Co-op Program is flexible: you could start as a summer intern and move into the co-op program in the fall, or you could co-op during the spring and become a summer intern. As you work with us, we work with you.

Read about allowances and requirements

Co-ops are compensated at an hourly rate, which is based on the academic degree level, and qualify for vacation day accrual during the program.

Co-op application requirements
  • A minimum GPA of 3.0
  • College-level sophomore or above
  • Must be attending an accredited college or university and be in good standing

To receive school credit for the co-op, students should apply with the school’s co-op advisor.

Two co-ops cannot be completed back-to-back. You must take a semester break between your first and second co-ops.


Contact our internship coordinators for more information about our US internships and graduation projects. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept open applications.

See what our interns have to say

Bridget Gattinoni

Bridget Gattinoni, Tufts University student

“My experience interning at ASML has pushed me not only to develop better engineering skills, but also to learn more efficient communication and effective collaboration. One of ASML’s biggest advantages is it’s people – I was able to work with amazing people across all departments who constantly challenged me to learn more.”

Chengxiang Wu

Chengxiang Wu, Purdue University

“I gained valuable knowledge in software engineering and had the opportunity to work on interesting projects. The people at ASML are extremely talented and knowledgeable and I was able to learn a lot of them.”

Audrija Bhattacharjee

Audrija Bhattacharjee, Georgia Institute of Technology

“My experience at ASML was extremely rewarding. I was exposed to different types of work starting from designing to drawing out business proposals for my ideas. Everyone is equally invested in our futures and consistently motivating us to be our best versions. I am in love with the culture and have been encouraged to grow at my own pace.”

Kevin Durfee

Kevin Durfee, Lafayette College

“At ASML, I had the opportunity to further expand and apply my knowledge of engineering and design, while learning about lithography and semiconductors in a friendly and inclusive work environment. The entire community shares a collective passion to push our technology further, which helps to create an adaptable and driven work environment that, to me, is unparalleled.”