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Meet the interns of FCA US LLC

August 19, 2015

The established internship program at FCA US LLC has been in existence for more than 20 years. Interns come from diverse backgrounds throughout the U.S. and Canada, reflecting the Company’s commitment to recruiting and developing diverse talent.


States highlighted in blue represent the 2015 intern population, also recruits individuals from Canada.

Intern Stats

  • The 2015 intern class consists of more than 300 interns from 98 schools in 33 states outside of Michigan and Canada. About a quarter of the class are returning interns.
  • 35 percent of interns are female and 31 percent represent ethnic minorities.
  • This year’s interns were placed into 26 different departments. Of those departments 66 percent are pursuing STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math fields). Of those pursuing STEM careers, 26.4 percent are female.
  • Aside from STEM fields, the group reflects a broad diversity of disciplines including sales, marketing, advertising, communications, supply chain management and many others.
These universities represent the top six schools FCA US recruits from.

These universities represent the top six schools FCA US recruits from.

Just as it takes multiple parts working together to power a car, it takes multitude of talented people to power a company that produces world-class products. FCA US interns are a critical part of this talented workforce. They bring with them a variety of fresh perspectives and insights to an industry that is constantly evolving. Regardless of the department, each FCA US intern is assigned meaningful projects and gain opportunities to explore multiple aspects of the company. From executive to intern, every person employed at FCA US is equally valued.

In a series of short blog posts, photos and videos, we will capture a number of interns’ perspectives and the work they’ve done throughout their internship. A few of the departments that will be highlighted include: design, manufacturing, engineering, sales, marketing and communications and human resources.

  • This video highlights FCA US LLC's internship program as told by interns themselves.

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    Meet the Summer 2015 Communications interns of FCA US LLC. From left to right: Alison Derees; Marissa Mink-Rowland; Joseph Singer; Juliana Moxley; Sharyn Ghacham and Jennifer Swanchara.

  • A video highlighting all of the parts that make up FCA US LLC. See an overview of the robotic and engineering design equipment, manufacturing facilities, and most importantly, the people.

Article based on a post by the FCA Corporate Blog OBJECTS IN THE MIRROR. This story is the first installment in a five-part series; to read the next installment please click here.