With a co-op or internship at L3, you’ll learn new skills, explore our enterprise, network with experts, connect with senior leadership, and finish with a résumé that opens doors and could lead you to joining us.
At L3, you’ll get real work experience. You’ll work on leading edge technologies, alongside professionals who are recognized as world-class leaders in their field. You’ll help make information travel faster than it ever has. And when you go back to school, you’ll be better prepared with real hands-on experience.
Amazing Benefits for our L3 Co-ops (with a minimum 20 hour week):
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Life Insurance
- 401K with 5% company match
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Up to $10,000 in tuition reimbursement per calendar year and much, much more.
Holiday Pay for our L3 Interns:
Interns work for less than four consecutive months in a calendar year. When scheduled to normally work on a holiday, interns are eligible for holiday pay.
Note: L3 provides either housing or a housing stipend for out-of-location interns (50 miles or greater from CSW). We also assist out-of-state interns with eligible transportation costs.
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"I am currently attending school at the University of Utah studying Environmental Sustainability and work at L3 as a co-op. I help L3's Environmental Health and Safety department comply with the new OSHA regulations for Hazard Communications by relabeling more than 7,000 chemicals to an updated format that includes pictograms and chemical descriptions. I continue to update safety data sheets for chemical usage and assist with making L3 a greener company by staying below EPA/Utah air emission standards. I have enjoyed being a part of the EH&S team and hope to continue here at L3 for years to come." – EHS CO OP and student University of Utah
"As a co-op, I am finishing up my BS/MS electrical engineering program at the University of Utah while working at L3. I have worked at L3 testing and characterizing various RF components, debugging and testing various circuit cards, helping write many engineering documents, and helping with new engineering designs. I've definitely learned more at L3 than my time at school." – CO OP, Engineering