Are you a creative thinker and self-starter? Do you thrive in a startup-like environment and aspire to be a part of something bigger? Are you passionate about recycling and working towards a closed loop supply chain? Engineering Internship on Apple’s Recycling Innovation Program will involve you to solve the difficult challenges on the path to a closed loop supply chain. We celebrate diversity and the innovation that it spurs in everything we do, from amazing technology to industry-leading environmental efforts.
Apple is developing industry-leading disassembly technology to better take apart electronic products at end-of-life. Discrete disassembly allows a broader range of materials at a higher purity to be recovered from these products and integrated back into the supply chain — closing the loop on Apple products. Apple’s publicly announced projects, Liam and Daisy, are keystone projects to Apple’s closed loop supply chain goal and are a result of this program.
The candidate will be responsible for R&D, design, testing, and qualifying of new recycling technologies to further Apple’s closed-loop goals. The candidate will work closely with the Apple engineering team to research and develop new recycling technologies, prove their feasibility and utility, and develop designs to enable the deployment of the technology.
To become a Recycling Innovation Engineering Intern, you must meet the following criteria:
To apply for an Internship at Apple, at first, you will need to find the position that you want to work at Apple. Internship positions will require you to meet the minimum eligibility. Also, it will state the desired criteria to secure the internship. So, to become an intern at Apple, you must meet these requirements as these internships are highly competitive.
Here is a step by step guide on how to apply for an Apple Internship:
Step 1: Assess your need for an internship. Also, be sure that your university has a provision for the internship.
Step 2: Go to the jobs site and check for the available internship position at Apple, which in this case Recycling Innovation Engineering Internship.
Step 3: Check for the details, and see if you meet the Apple requirements for internship for the desired position.
Step 4: Apply directly from the site, once you are sure that you meet the internship requirements.
Step 5: Fill out details and provide a recent CV and other relevant documentation while making an online application.
Step 6: Double-Check your application and be sure that everything is in order. Submit your application and wait for the callback.
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