Help solve some of the most complex problems in technology today.
Looking for a summer internship in tech? Join one of our science and engineering internships within the US.
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, Wilton, Connecticut, Chandler, Arizona, Hillsboro, Oregon, Austin, Texas and Manassas, Virginia.
Read about allowances and requirements
Your time, energy and background are valuable to us. ASML interns are compensated on an hourly basis based on the level of education they have completed. Interns may also be eligible for a relocation stipend.
US internship requirements
Interns must be a current student pursuing a degree in engineering, science, business or other major related to ASML activities. Interns must also be able to provide proof of authorization to work in the US.
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
Your time, energy and background are valuable to us. ASML co-ops are compensated on an hourly basis based on the level of education they have completed. Co-ops may also be eligible for a relocation stipend.
Co-ops must be a current student pursuing a degree in engineering, science, business or other major related to ASML activities. To receive school credit for the co-op, student should apply with the school’s co-op advisor.
See what our interns have to say
“My project gave me lots of room for creativity to add to the product in my own way and learn about ASML’s work and approval process. I was even able to see the project I was working on in person, which brought it to life.”
“I am given the privilege to work and collaborate with members of both ASML and people in our community. What was a bonus was being able to connect and interact with the ASML community and employees from all different departments and backgrounds.”
“It was very exciting to develop my own projects to a degree only limited by imagination. While developing my own projects, I learned a lot of information about the semiconductor industry you can’t learn anywhere else.”
“ I was new to the environmental health and safety industry, but now I feel that I’ve been able to experience many different possibilities for a day-in-the-life of an EH&S Specialist. I also think its cool that the projects, I’ve worked on will continue to be useful after I leave.”
“The journey to the USA itself has been a dream come true, and my time at ASML has been the pinnacle of this ideal experience. The warmth and openness within the organization make it possible for me to directly interact with people from various departments, regardless of their position.”
“I’ve had the opportunity to work with mechatronics engineering experts on some of the world’s most advanced robotic technologies. With the guidance of my mentor and group, I was able to catch on quickly.”
“I had quite a holistic experience. This was my first internship in the industry and spending these past two months talking to full time employees, working with them and on production code has been a fruitful time. I like the work culture and how approachable people have been.”
“I really enjoyed how I was able to gain a lot of new knowledge about engineering through hands on experiences and real-life problem solving. Going into the cleanroom was one of my favorite experiences.”