Start your first day in IBM in an engaging intern orientation where you’ll meet your peers and get to understand IBM’s businesses.
You’ll receive a monthly newsletter to keep you up-to-date with important news in IBM and updates on your Kickstart Program.
Lunch and Learn workshops
You will be invited to workshops that give you extra opportunities to develop skills and learn more about IBM over lunch. Grab the opportunity to learn a new skill and network with your peers.
Melbourne and Sydney run an annual Speed Mentoring event, giving Kickstart Program access to IBM professionals from all areas of the business. This is a great opportunity for you to meet with a large number of IBMers and potentially start a mentoring relationship.
Linkedin and community pages
Be a part of the bigger IBM intern community when you join the IBM intern Community Page and Linkedin Group. These are where you can gain access to everything you need to succeed in your Kickstart Program and be connected to past and present Kickstart Program socially.
Run by Kickstart Program for Kickstart Program; organising social and professional events as well as building the Kickstart Program brand across IBM.
To be eligible for our Kickstart Program you must meet the following criteria:
- Be an Australian or New Zealand Citizen or permanent residency holder
- Be enrolled in a tertiary degree at a University in Australia or New Zealand
- Have a strong academic record, i.e. credit average or above
- Less than 2 years relevant work experience
We have opportunities in a number of locations across Australia and New Zealand. Locations may vary depending on demand and you may at times need to travel between IBM locations and client sites.
Sydney: St. Leonards, West Pennant Hills and Client site.
Melbourne: Southbank and Client site.
Other: New Zealand (Auckland & Wellington), Canberra, Bathurst, Adelaide, Perth, Ballarat and Brisbane.
IBM Intern 2016
“My internship experience with IBM has been one of incomparable value. It has provided exposure to a wide variety of roles, as well as education in fascinating areas that were previously unknown to me. I've been entrusted with responsibilities that stretched my abilities, and challenged me to step outside of what I know, and into what I can achieve. My mentor provided extensive guidance, on both the tasks at hand and my career aspirations. While my intern colleagues gave me encouragement and perspective of the opportunities available in the world. I can say without hesitation, that it has been a remarkable opportunity and crucial stepping stone towards further success within IBM.”