Internship Program

Tilson's 2021 Summer Internship Program is now closed. 

Skillbridge Internships for transitioning Active Duty service members are open year-round and applications can be found here. For questions, please reach out to skillbridge@tilsontech.com.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT

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 

Locations

  • 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

 

“THERE WERE NO COFFEE RUNS TO DO AT TILSON.

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