Air Products and Chemicals Internships

Air Products and Chemicals Internships and Jobs
Air Products and Chemicals Internships are available to undergraduate college students. Candidates must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in order to apply.

Interns receive hands-on training in their field and an opportunity to use their classroom skills in a real workplace setting. Interns are hired for the summer and are mentored by experienced professionals and work in an office, lab or plant.




Candidates are selected based on grades, area of study, leadership skills, and extracurricular activities. Internships are available in engineering, technology and other areas. Internships are also available for secondary and two-year post-secondary students who are pursuing programs, certifications and degrees in Welding, Process Technology, Automation and Pre-Engineering.

Interested students may visit with company recruiters during career fairs, or search and apply for positions online. Students who have completed internships may also have the opportunity to join the company after graduation as full-time employees.

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. is an international Fortune 500 company that sells gases and chemicals for industrial use. The company was founded in 1940 and is headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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The location is in PENNSYLVANIA.

To apply for an internship, visit:
www.airproducts.com/Careers/students-and-recent-university-graduates/us-region/internship-and-co-op-opportunities.aspx

To apply for a job, visit:
www.airproducts.com/Careers/overview.aspx

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