Wednesday, October 20 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
We are all different, yet we have this in common: our mission to serve patients. This sense of shared purpose is key to Amgen becoming one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. It guides us as we continue to research, manufacture and deliver new medicines and reach millions of patients. Our team of 22,000+ scientists and professionals worldwide bring distinct perspectives and experiences to all we do. At Amgen, there is a strong correlation between our high level of diversity and performance. We leverage our global talent to achieve together—to transform the promise of science and biotechnology into therapies that have the power to restore health. Amgen: We live the mission. We win together. We thrive on continual challenge.
An internship in Amgen’s Digital Technology & Innovation (DTI) department is a hands-on learning experience where interns are matched to meaningful and challenging projects within Research & Development, Operations, Global Commercial Operations, Enterprise Engineering and Analytics, or other DTI departments supporting different functions throughout Amgen. DTI interns fall under one of 4 roles: Software Engineer Intern (software development, configuration and design techniques), Data Scientist Intern (extracting knowledge and insights from large volumes of data), Business Analyst Intern (translating business needs to system requirements) or Data Security Engineer Intern (operate data protection security technologies in a rapidly changing global security sector). When you participate in our Digital Technology & Innovation internship program, you’ll gain valuable hands-on project experience under the guidance of a DTI Manager, receive competitive compensation, take part in executive networking events and social networking events, participate in community volunteer project opportunities, and much more.
Join us to learn more about all that an Amgen internship can mean for you!
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