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Find Your F.I.T. for Your Career with LS&Co.’s Summer Internship Program

Interning at LS&Co.
Hear from Summer interns on what their experience was like at Levi Strauss & Co.
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Looking to flex your skills and build strength for your future career? Become a Fostering Influential Talent (F.I.T.) intern at one of the world's most iconic apparel companies. Apply for our 10-week paid summer internship program and discover your potential at LS&Co.

Gain Valuable Experience
As an undergraduate or graduate student, you'll work at our San Francisco HQ or remotely, where you'll gain hands-on experience in a team related to your interest/studies.

Drive Projects with Impact
You'll also drive an individual project and contribute to a group intern project that will be presented to our CEO and leadership team.

Network with Industry Leaders
You'll have the chance to attend work-related and social events, connect with industry leaders and participate in community service opportunities.

So, what do you say? Are you ready to get F.I.T. for your career? Apply now for our U.S. & Canada Summer Internship Program and take the first step towards an exciting and fulfilling career at LS&Co.

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group of LS&Co. interns in front of Levi's sign at the San Francisco headquarters
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Internships are offered in all disciplines, including:

  • Merchandise Planning & Allocation
  • Product Development & Sourcing
  • Merchandising
  • Design
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Digital
  • Operations
  • Corporate Strategy (MBA)

To apply, you must:

  • Be either a college junior, in your final semester pursuing an associate degree, a first-year MBA student, or a graduate student.
  • Eligible to work in the U.S. or Canada (based on role location) and provide proof of work authorization (citizen or permanent resident).