2019 IT Summer Intern

Overview

Spend your Summer building something that matters.

The Chick-fil-A Information Technology Summer Intern will have the opportunity to:

  • Build code that makes an impact on Chick-fil-A products, systems, and services
  • Build relationships across intern peers and Chick-fil-A IT leadership
  • Build application development skills to understand how different systems interact


This program gives you the opportunity to leverage your programming and project management skills in a real-life working environment. You'll get to experience first-hand Chick-fil-A's corporate culture and participate in a range of IT projects. In addition to project work, you'll meet with key leaders across each function to better understand all aspects of the business. Whether you want to focus on development or system integrations, we help match you to the right opportunity.

Responsibilities

Project Examples from Previous Internships:

  • Assist with the design and implementation of a new iOS mobile application
  • Build Chick-fil-A software to increase efficiency and elevate customer experience
  • Work with teams on innovative tools such as the Chick-fil-A One app


Job Responsibilities & Activities:

  • Learn about a variety Chick-fil-A systems and technologies
  • Contribute to current IT projects or initiatives with guidance from an intern coach
  • Influence new and innovative ways to solve current business and technical challenges
  • Learn from key members of the IT department to better understand IT roles and key functions
  • Get an inside view of Chick-fil-A systems and technologies
  • Be responsible for new and innovative ways to solve current business and technical challenges
  • During your project(s) you'll be responsible to:
  • Identify opportunities
  • Leverage resources
  • Drive results to meet project timelines
  • Tell the story of the potential impact of your project
  • Receive guidance on your IT projects or initiatives from your intern coach
  • Learn from key members of the IT department to better understand IT roles and key functions


Minimum Qualifications

Currently a sophomore or junior pursuing a bachelor's degree in a technical field of study (MIS, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other related technical majors).
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Must have housing and transportation


Required Level of Education

Bachelor's Degree

Major/Concentration

MIS, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or other related technical majors

Minimum GPA (4.0 Scale)

3.0


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