College Recruiting

Cooperative Education and Internship Programs
Perform meaningful work.  AAM offers both Cooperative Education and Summer Internship opportunities.  You will have the opportunity to perform challenging and meaningful work in a world-class manufacturing environment and experience a great sense of accomplishment.  You will work with and learn from some of the most talented individuals in the automotive industry and gain valuable experience while contributing to the bottom line of our multi-billion dollar business.

Gain experience and apply your knowledge.  Our Cooperative Education and Summer Internship Programs allow you to gain experience and apply your classroom knowledge to solve day-to-day manufacturing operations problems while alternating semesters between work and school or working during the summer months between school.  You will have the opportunity to "test drive" different positions within AAM while earning an income to help offset some of your educational expenses.

What we look for in a Co-op/Intern candidate
Passion for manufacturing.  We seek candidates that are passionate about automotive manufacturing, excel academically, demonstrate leadership capabilities, and possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.

We offer a learning environment that is challenging, as well as rewarding.  Our cooperative education and internship programs are designed to provide opportunities for both personal and professional growth.

Eligibility
To be considered for a cooperative education or summer internship, you must be currently enrolled as a full-time student from an accredited college or university in an undergraduate or graduate engineering, technology, business, or management degree program.  You must also be able to present evidence of academic excellence. 

Click here to complete your AAM profile and submit your resume for consideration.

College Graduate in Training (CGIT)
Looking for the best and brightest.  AAM offers select graduates an organized support structure for personal and professional skill development as they assist AAM in meeting present and future business goals and objectives.

A carefully planned program.  As a CGIT, you will be introduced to our environment and be provided an opportunity to receive both classroom and on-the-job training during a 12-15 month rotational training development program. Upon selection in the program, you will be designated a "home" department and position. You will participate in four to six rotational assignments designed to enhance your knowledge and performance in your target position. The program is available for both Bachelor's and Master's degree level recent graduates as well as our previous co-ops and summer interns.  You will be matched with an executive sponsor during the CGIT program who will provide guidance to you throughout the program.
 
AAM's CGIT mission is to provide well-trained and prepared associates for key positions and leadership roles.  Upon successful completion of the program, you will be well on your way to a meaningful, fulfilling career with AAM.

Eligibility
You should be a recent college graduate from an accredited college or university in an undergraduate or graduate engineering, technology, business, or management degree program. Evidence of academic excellence must be presented during the selection process as well as demonstrated leadership abilities through previous work or academic experiences.
 
If you're up for the challenge, we encourage you to apply online and submit your resume NOW!

 

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