Careers

Internships

When it comes to internships, we believe that what you put into it is what you’ll get out of it. We invest significant energy and resources to ensure our interns are given every possible opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom – we offer equal amounts of challenge, responsibility and oversight.


Engineering

Navistar offers exceptional engineering internships across a broad spectrum of engineering specialties from electrical, mechanical and computer to foundry, acoustic and aerodynamic. While the responsibilities of each internship differ according to specialty area, all participants can expect purposeful work and significant degrees of responsibility. Participants will see the theory of the classroom practically applied under the intentional direction of senior-level engineers.

Requirements:

  • Majors: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering, acoustics engineering or related major
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Class status: sophomores, juniors or first-year graduate students

Finance & Accounting

Finance internships with Navistar provide participants exposure to key financial methodologies and procedures. Students can expect to gain a thorough understanding of capital process requirements, vendor interaction, purchase order and related invoicing processes, and corporate alliance agreements. Participants will also develop an understanding of our infrastructure and values and gain meaningful and transferable business skills.

Requirements:

  • Majors: finance or accounting (12 semester hours in accounting for accounting interns; 9 semester hours of accounting for finance interns)
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Class status: juniors, seniors or fourth-year students who will be graduating with a master's in accounting

Supply Chain

Supply Chain internships provide participants practical experience with data analysis, solution design, project management and stakeholder interactions. Additionally, participants gain valuable exposure to functions and requirements of our global supply chain from parts purchasing to product manufacturing, including the design of material and network flow.

Requirements:

  • Majors: supply management, purchasing, transportation/logistics, or related major
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Class status: sophomores, juniors, or first-year graduate students
  • Valid driver’s license