FedEx connects people with goods, services, ideas, and technologies and creates opportunities that fuel innovation, energize businesses, and lift communities to higher standards of living.



Looks For

FedEx looks for individuals who are flexible, honest, innovative, responsible, and, most importantly, believe in their vision. They value their people and promote diversity in the workplace.

History of


FedEx was founded in 1973 but has grown tremendously since then. FedEx now serves more than 220 countries and territories and continues to offer new products. Their broad portfolio of services allows them to meet the needs of their customers, most of whom use services from two or more of their operating companies.


Internship Programs

FedEx Summer Internship Program

FedEx offers 10-week internships in the summer for students pursuing a college degree. Interns will be able to participate in a number of organized events that will give them an understanding of the overall operations of FedEx. For most internship positions, individuals will work either on a team of 4-6 interns or on individual project assignments throughout the program.

They are ranked #16 for Vault’s Best Internships for Diversity, #25 for Best Internships for Employment Prospects, and #55 for The 100 Best Internships.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
PR / Corporate Communications
Quality Assurance
Sales / Account Management
Customer Support / Success
Data / Analytics
Supply Chain / Logistics
Human Resources / People / Talent
Office Locations
Atlanta, GA
Austin, TX
Memphis, TN
Boston, MA
Charlotte, NC
Seattle, WA
Denver, CO
Houston, TX
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL
New York, NYC
Philadelphia, PA
San Francisco, CA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Juniors, Seniors, Recent Grads, Master’s Students
  • Organized events that provide visibility into the overall operations and future of FedEx
  • Formal performance review
  • Team-based project assignments


Interview Process

For most internship roles, interviews typically occur October to January, offers are typically extended October to February, and the position goes from early June to mid-August.

1. Initial Phone Screen

The first step is a brief phone interview with HR to go over your background and interests to see if you’re a good fit.

2. Onsite Interview

The next step is typically an onsite interview with a hiring manager. Sometimes this round could include interviews with multiple members of the team.

3. Offer

Should they decide to extend an offer, you will be hearing back very quickly. Most interns say they received notice the same day.