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Introduction

Medtronic develops, manufactures, distributes, and sells device-based medical therapies to hospitals, physicians, clinicians, and patients worldwide. As an engineering intern, you will be immersed in Medtronic's mission-driven culture while gaining meaningful work experiences that help you grow.

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How To Apply

Medtronic recruits at several top schools and diversity conferences. Please view our recruiting calendar at or contact your career center to see when it will be visiting your campus. If Medtronic doesn't recruit at your school, visit a diversity career fair or go to the company's U.S. and Puerto Rico or our International Career Opportunities pages to find job listings in the areas that interest you.

https://www.medtronoic.com/careers

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Number Of Interns

101 or more

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Featured Rankings

Best Health Sciences Internships


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Duration

6 to 12 weeks


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Compensation

Academic Credit


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Academic Level

College Sophomores

About the Program

As an engineering intern, you will be immersed in Medtronic's mission-driven culture while gaining meaningful work experiences that help you grow. You will work with leaders who are eager to help you achieve your goals and excel on your intern project. You will network with your peers to experience the company's culture through a variety of social events and volunteer activities. High-performing interns will be considered for full-time opportunities in the organization, including the Operatio...

About the Company

The world’s largest medical device company in terms of sales since 2017, Medtronic develops, manufactures, distributes, and sells device-based medical therapies to hospitals, physicians, clinicians, and patients worldwide. The company operates globally, with roughly 105,000 employees in offices in 140 countries, but its primary market is the U.S. The company is based in the Minneapolis suburb of Fridley, MN. Operating through four segments—the Cardiac and Vascular Group, Minimally Invasive Th...

Intern Reviews


  • “The environment was very friendly. I worked 40 hours a week. Additionally, Medtronic implements summer hours where employees can take half-days on Friday if they work a little bit earlier in the week.”
  • “Required to work 40 hours per week. My team/company was super flexible with when I worked from home versus came into the office and placed a high priority on my productivity and availability. The company culture very much revolves around work/life balance, especially for the interns, as networking and socializing are highly encouraged.”
  • “The company culture is very positive, and my team and overall leadership value their employees' work/life balance and responsibilities outside of work. I always could find support and help from my team members with anything when at work, and the hours I was expected to work were reasonable.”
  • “I worked forty hours a week, but we got to do summer hours, which involves working nine hours on Monday-Thursday and then having a half day every Friday. This helped with work-life balance, and it gave me an extended weekend to relax, travel, etc. The company culture is amazing—everyone cares so much about one another and the work each person is doing, even if they aren't working on the same projects. Everyone is also very honest and open; I had so many conversations with coworkers about their career path, and they gave me a lot of career development advice as well.”

Getting Hired Here


  • “I waited two months after my first interview for my second-round interview. My interviews were overall a good experience, but the long wait time in between varying phases was a bit confusing.”
  • “The interviewing process and onboarding process were well planned and felt like a smooth transition into my role for the summer.”
  • “My interactions with interviewers were all extremely positive. Everyone was friendly and welcoming. The interviews were not too difficult or technical.”
  • “I applied online, got an initial interview with a Medtronic employee that was personality/character-focused, then a final interview with the manager who ultimately hired me that was more technical but not intense.”