Bristol-Myers Squibb

Founded in 1887, Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS) is a major pharmaceutical company with R&D sites around the world.


Bristol-Myers Squibb

Looks For

Bristol-Myers Squibb wants employees who are as committed to tackling the world's most serious diseases, no matter what part of the company you are a part of. If you want to promote health equity across the globe then you’ll be a great fit at Bristol-Myers Squibb.

History of

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Bristol-Myers Squibb is a global company committed to developing and delivering new, innovative medicines to make people’s lives better. They are committed to finding scientific breakthroughs to tackle some of the world's most challenging diseases.

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Internship Programs

Bristol-Myers Squibb Intern Program (Summer)

Bristol-Myers Squibb offers paid, 10-12 week internship programs to rising Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate students. The programs provide students with development opportunities and allow them to strengthen their professional skills. Interns typically work on different projects and assignments and coordinate with senior leaders and mentors. The program helps their interns to diversify their experiences and to gain a deeper understanding of the pharmaceutical industry.

What it's like to Work at

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Project Management
Quality Assurance
Sales / Account Management
Biotech / Pharma
Office Locations
New York, NYC
Philadelphia, PA
Tampa, FL
San Francisco, CA
Boston, MA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Rising Juniors and Seniors
  • Paid Time Off
  • Work from Home Options

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Interview Process

1. Phone Interview

This 30-minute interview will be with a Hiring Manager where they will go over your employment experience and ask questions about fit, such as “Why are you interested in the position?”

2. In-person Interview

This interview is the second and last stage where you will be interviewed by the manager of the team you are applying to. If you are in a more technical heavy role, you may be interviewed by a panel of coworkers and will ask more in-depth questions.