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As part of the next generation of innovators and business leaders, you can share your skills on real projects from day one. You'll be working with industry experts and using the latest technology to find solutions that will keep you, Agilent, and the labs we serve at the top of their game. With so many ways to contribute here, you can build a career that you want and love.

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Inspiring Interns

  • Courtney

    Courtney - USA
    Technical Marketing Intern

    As a Market Research graduate student, I was looking to make a career change, so I applied for an internship at Agilent. I wanted experience working in a fast-paced environment with challenging assignments – while also working for a company that was committed to social change and responsibility. It was very encouraging to know that Agilent had Employee Networking Groups to ensure all voices are heard. I feel incredibly fortunate to be surrounded with people who’ll help guide and mentor me!

  • Sharon

    Sharon - USA
    Inside Sales Intern

    One of my favorite parts about working at Agilent is the positive impact I am making in our customers lives. I am lucky to work in a customer facing role on the sales team because I directly see who our products impact and hear about how they make a difference in the world.

  • William

    William - Spain
    Customer Information & Quality Intern

    "I had always believed the stereotype that interns only make the coffees. However, I have never been so wrong when it comes to an internship at Agilent. Throughout my internship I was given key responsibilities and given the opportunity to improve and grow. From my first week I was welcomed in and given the chance to help with great projects and make a real difference."

  • Isadora

    Isadora - USA
    BioPharma Inside Sales Specialist

    "Since my first day here I felt like I was part of a family. I love the passion everyone has for their work and for Agilent’s values and goals," said Isadora. #InspiringInterns

  • Hye Rim

    Hye Rim - Korea
    Remote Engineer

    "The most impressive part of working at Agilent is the attitude of respect for each other among employees."

  • Joel

    Joel - USA
    Software Quality Intern

    "My absolute favorite part of working at Agilent is the feeling of pride that I get from being able to work on products that enable top scientists to change the world. The beauty of working at Agilent is that, whether you are an intern or a director, every effort is made to ensure that all employees feel heard. All this paired with the most intelligent and innovative minds in the industry."

  • Henrik

    Henrik - Denmark
    Communications Intern

    "I love going to work because I feel that the managers and my team believe in my skills and appreciate the work I do here."

  • Destiny

    Destiny - Germany
    Service Engineer

    "Working in the field of service, every day holds new tasks and challenges for me. We work as a team and focus on the needs of our customers. When you start working at Agilent you learn that you entered an international and versatile company. You get the opportunity to work with colleagues of other departments – often even of other countries – on a daily basis, which is an interesting aspect to me."

Agilent Darlene Solomon Award

The Darlene Solomon Award is available to early career female scientists who are focused on mass spectrometry-based research. To enter, simply submit a personal statement before October 15th, 2020, describing how you expect to use mass spectrometry in your career and how this experience will help you develop your skills.

Find out more details and enter the contest here:

https://femalesinms.com/darlene-solomon-award/

Agilent Darlene Solomon Award

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