Federated recognizes the importance of gaining real world experience and applying what you have learned in school. At Federated, our internships and co-ops are designed to challenge and inspire you while giving you an opportunity to explore your career interests. The program allows current college students to enrich their education with valuable hands-on experience in a range of areas, including:

  • Information Technology
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Internal Sales

Based upon our business needs, paid internships are frequently offered at several locations during the summer and, in some departments, during the school year. Our summer Lunch and Learn Series provides interns with the opportunity to learn about other departments within Federated, network with Federated management and socialize with other interns.

If our business needs allow, it is not unusual for departments to offer outstanding interns full-time positions once they have graduated.

Meet Gina

Gina interned at Federated while pursuing a dual master’s degree in Business Administration and Management Information Systems at the University of Pittsburgh. She transitioned into a full-time position after graduation as a business systems analyst.

“I had the full support of my management team at Federated as I completed my education, which allowed me to maintain a healthy work-life balance. My role gives me the opportunity to utilize the project management and analytical skills I developed in the classroom on a daily basis. My experience here continues to be both challenging and rewarding.”

Meet Mike

Mike interned with the Federated Corporate Communication team while pursuing his undergraduate degree in English and Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh. After completing his degree, Mike joined Federated as a full-time employee.

“Federated not only provides interns with important duties and responsibilities, but they also mentor and train you toward the first step in your career. I felt like a true part of the team involved in all aspects of the day-to-day projects, not just a student. I continue to be extremely grateful for the opportunity.”