Internship Program

Tilson's 2021 Summer Internship Program is now OPEN! To apply, visit our open careers page. During the application process, students should indicate their preferred area of interest, Tilson location and reason for choosing Tilson. The summer 2021 application window opens on December 1, 2020 and will close on January 31, 2021. Application review will begin immediately.

Skillbridge Internships for transitioning Active Duty service members are open year-round and applications can be found here.



Tilson is on a mission to build America's information infrastructure and we are seeking students from across the country to join us in supporting our mission. We offer a competitive 16-week paid summer internship program where interns will gain hands-on experience working on some of the largest and most impactful national infrastructure projects. To be considered for a paid internship, you need to be enrolled full-time in a university program. 

As a Tilson intern, you will work on real-time Tilson internal or client-facing projects and be exposed to state of the art equipment, facilities, and processes. From day one, you will be partnered with a mentor, and your skills and insights will be relied upon to deliver innovative project and product solutions.


Areas of Interest 

  • Safety
  • Engineering
  • Wireless Construction (5G)
  • Tower Construction (new and maintenance)
  • Construction Management and Inspection
  • OSP Engineering
  • Project Management and Consulting
  • Telecommunications
  • Business Process
  • Legal
  • Finance and Accounting
  • IT & Systems
  • Marketing & Communications 


  • Portland, ME
  • Appleton, WI
  • Spanish Fort, AL
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Rochester, NY
  • Denver, CO
  • Hartford, CT
  • Syracuse, NY
  • Atlanta, GA

“Students have the opportunity to work with a mentor with deep industry experience for the duration of the summer. After 16 weeks, interns are a fully integrated and contributing part of the Tilson team, actually building America’s information infrastructure.”

- Joshua Broder, Tilson CEO



Everyone around me was working hard and being a part of a vibrant community. I had experience with real projects and with real professionals. No one held my hand, but I always felt like I was set up to succeed.” - Ezra F., Middlebury College