What you need to know
Amazon's Women's Internship Network in Operations (WIN-In-Ops) is a complementary program to EMEA Operations student internships that are typically three to six months long. The program is intended to create a development circle and network for women interns to encourage women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) to explore careers in Operations, which is traditionally an industry where women are underrepresented.
Why are we excited about WIN-In-Ops?
Amazon is keen to encourage talented women in STEM and MBA courses to consider leadership opportunities within the fields of Operations Management, Logistics & Supply Chain, and Technology, which have traditionally been male-dominated fields. Interns improve their business confidence through learning opportunities such as effective communication, conflict handling styles, and by building networking relationships.
Amazon is committed to supporting equal opportunities, access, and diversity in thought and perspectives. The introduction of Amazon WIN-In-Ops supports the development of talent and does not change or differentiate the standard process of application, assessment, interviews or on-the-job elements of Amazon Operations internships. The hiring and on-the-job internship process will be the same for all internship candidates regardless of gender, or any other attribute.
Start as an intern, lead for a lifetime
Amazon's exciting programme incorporates:
- Leadership training - develop and hone your leadership style with onsite and online training
- Real-world business challenges through supply chain management or operations process optimization
- Coaching by senior female talent across the business
- Growing your network across Amazon and with peers from top universities across Europe
Excellent Internship Opportunities at Amazon
Amazon is hiring ambitious, results-orientated graduates: They’ll train you in all skills needed to manage teams and drive results in their world-class operations network.
Amazon hires interns and gives them ownership over projects from day one. In fact, some of Amazon's most senior leaders first started at Amazon as interns. Amazon hires undergraduates, post-graduates, MBA students and PhDs into internships across retail, technology, operations and finance every year.
Amazon puts careful thought into their intern selection. They look for people who think differently, question assumptions, think analytically and have a desire to build new things and constantly improve to create easier, faster, simpler, more satisfying experiences for customers. They move quickly at Amazon and people who want to invent on behalf of customers and directly impact the customer experience will do well in an Amazon internship.