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DuPont 2024 GOLD Undergraduate Engineering Internship in Marlborough, Massachusetts

At DuPont, we are working on things that matter; whether it’s providing clean water to more than a billion people on the planet, producing materials that are essential in everyday technology devices from smartphones to electric vehicles, or protecting workers around the world.

If you would like to be a part of a premier multi-industrial company that is delivering sustainable solutions that bring real purpose and value, of a company with collaborative spirit because it believes that we work best when we work together as a team and values the diversity of thought, then DuPont is the company for you!


Our purpose is to empower the world with essential innovations to thrive. We work on things that matter!

Have the Opportunity to chart your own course, challenge yourself, and acquire new capabilities to build a rewarding and fulfilling career. We reward employees with competitive pay and incentives to recognize skills, competencies, and contributions to business results.

Get to Experience a collaborative environment where teamwork is celebrated with flexibility that enhances balance and an inclusive atmosphere that is welcoming to all!

Get to know our Purpose and make it yours by bringing innovations to market that improve the world, share a commitment to sustainability that makes our planet better and give back to communities in which we work and live.

Join our team of fearless optimists. Let's invent a better now, together.

The DuPont paid early career opportunities are designed to provide students with meaningful, hands-on assignments to learn and develop essential skills as you start your career. It’s here, during your internship or co-op, where you’ll gain valuable real-world experience that will prepare you to be a leader at DuPont.

By integrating classroom theory with practical work, you’ll work collaboratively with DuPont professionals on meaningful projects to deliver real-world results. You’ll develop a strong network of colleagues in diverse roles, helping you obtain insights that will inform future career choices.

To thrive in a complex and diverse world, we need to reflect, support, and nourish diversity – in all its myriad forms. Success depends on how well we build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive company with a strong culture of belonging, where everyone can bring their full, authentic self to work each day. Our co-ops and interns will have opportunities to engage with many Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion organizations within DuPont.

We're looking for people who are ready to take on the most complex problems to improve the here-and-now. People who are curious, creative, ambitious, and ready to make an impact from day one.

Our US student program includes 10-12 weeks internships and 3-6 months co-op assignments. The scope and length of your assignment will vary depending on the specific site and function.

Join us and create the legacy you want to leave!

Position Specific Information

On behalf of DuPont GOLD, DuPont is seeking to fill multiple undergraduate student internship and co-op positions. ( The DuPont GOLD (Growth Opportunities Leading in Diversity) program is intended for scientists and engineers from underrepresented groups (African American/Black, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Hispanic/Latinx, or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander) interested in career opportunities in industrial research at DuPont. The successful candidates will join an interdisciplinary process engineering and chemistry team aimed at the scale-up and commercialization of electronic materials. 

As an Engineering Co-op/Intern, you will have opportunities to do the following:

  • Adopt and follow DuPont's core values of Safety and Health, Respect for People, Highest Ethical Behavior, and Protecting the Planet both on a personal and professional level.

  • Gain industrial experience that compliments your studies

  • Develop an understanding of DuPont Business and Functions, products, and customers.

  • Ownership of a portion of a project

  • Ability to meet project deliverables and create new ones if needed

  • Ability to work safely and efficiently in a lab and professional environment

  • Ability to design and execute experiments

  • Data analysis and reporting

  • Flexibility to perform other appropriate tasks as directed by Manager and/or Project Lead

  • Work in a dynamic, team environment that leverages the resources of our company.

  • Work alongside experienced professionals to increase your learning and development

  • Participate in the co-op/intern program work-specific training and development.

  • Work in a business casual environment with flexible work/life opportunities.


To be considered for enrollment, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Pursuing Bachelor’ Degree in engineering (i.e. mechanical, chemical, polymer, ceramics, materials, data science, electrical)+ Experience or interest in one of these fields: polymer engineering, materials mechanical testing, rheology, computational material science, material properties modeling, or material scale-up and processing, polymer processing, semiconductor processing, process engineering, mmw and RF antenna design and characterization, metrology, metallurgy, electron microscopy, condensed and soft matter physics, semiconductor device, and physics, high-speed high frequency, nano and microfabrication, thermal modeling, ceramic synthesis, formulation, machine learning for materials

  • Fluent in English

  • Excellent communication skills and effective teamwork skills

  • The ability to follow standard operating procedures and work safely

  • Must be independent, self-motivated, and capable of multi-tasking

  • Strong organizational skills

  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications, such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc, and the ability to learn new systems quickly is required

  • Proficiency in data analysis & basic statistics skills

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DuPont is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other protected class. If you need a reasonable accommodation to search or apply for a position, please visit our Accessibility Page for Contact Information ( .

The Pay range for this role is $16.10 - $25.30 Hourly

How Base Pay is Determined: DuPont has job leveling frameworks that help organize roles based on progressive levels of responsibility, proficiency and qualifications. Each role has an associated pay range (or an established pay rate for some roles) based on the competitive market in each country where we operate. Each individual’s pay is based on a variety of factors, including their role and the associated pay range for that role, their geographic location (i.e., country, state, metropolitan area), as well as their skills, experience, education and certifications, and performance.