University Recruiting

University Recruiting

We are seeking university students and new college graduates who are inventive, thoughtful, and curious. Are you interested in impacting technology for millions of Amazon customers worldwide? Join us and work with an experienced cross-disciplinary team to design, engineer, and develop high-profile consumer electronics products like Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire HD. As an intern or new grad hire, you will have the autonomy to think strategicallly, own your work, and implement your ideas in a fast-paced environment. We have already revolutionized the book - this is just the beginning.

Internships:

Our internships are paid and function as a pipeline to full-time employment. Make your mark over the summer and you may find yourself coming back. We hire undergraduate interns as well as graduate students, PHDs and MBA students.

Marcel, Hardware Engineering

"In my project, I had to create a value stream map for end-to-end supply chain. Lab126 gives you a lot of freedom and independence, and helps you create your own path for the project."
– Neha, Operations Program Manager Intern, Stanford Graduate School of Business

New College Graduates:

Launch your career with some of the best minds in the consumer electronics industry. You will have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference right away in your team, and work on the products that will ship on a deadline.

Aaron, Software Engineering

Nidhi, Product Design

Benefits:

  • Competetive Pay
  • Housing and relocation assistance, if applicable
  • Lunch & Learn talks with top Amazon Lab126 leaders
  • Intern social events like scavenger hunts, intern Olympics, and more
  • New Grad social events like tech talks and Happy Hour
  • Mentoring throughout the summer internship
  • Employee discounts on Amazon.com
  • Comprehensive benefits for full-time new graduates

Open Positions

We are seeking interns and new graduates in the areas of hardware engineering, software engineering, UX/UI, product design, operations, and more. View open positions and apply on our careers page.

Upcoming Recruiting Events

Check out our social media pages for upcoming college visits and recruiting events, in the Bay Area and beyond. Stop by our table at a college career fair to get to know us – we focus on recruiting new grads in the fall and summer interns during the spring.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the deadline to apply for internships and new graduate positions?
Please consult your job posting of interest and your campus career center. We would like to receive new graduate applications by October.

Do you accept interns during the academic year?
At times. Please consult a recruiter on campus to inquire further.

What are the eligibility requirements to intern?
You must be currently enrolled at an accredited college or university and actively pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree. If you have already graduated before the internship begins, you should apply for a full-time position.

What if Amazon Lab126 does not come to my campus?
If Amazon Lab126 does not come to your campus, you are still more than welcome to apply to any of our roles through our careers page.

How should I dress for the interview?
Please dress in business casual attire.

If my interview goes well, when will I hear back?
We typically make offers for new graduate positions in November, and we typically make summer internship offers in March.

What does it take to be successful at Lab126? What do you look for in candidates?
We look for interns and new graduates who think out of the box, are go-getters, and have the drive to get their hands dirty in engineering products that will ship. Along with technical competencies, we look for demonstration of Amazon's leadership principles.

My resume has changed. How do I update/edit my career profile?
It's easy! Sign in and click on "Update your profile". From there, upload your most recent resume. The system will automatically update your resume for any past and future jobs you apply to through our career site.