Torch Internship Program

Torch Technologies offer students and recent graduates paid internships that deliver hands-on training and mentorship. The internship program is designed to work alongside professionals in various fields including engineering, business operations, finance, and information technology. Interns at Torch Technologies gain practical experience in real-world scenarios, fostering both personal and professional growth.

Torch Offers Interns

  • Paid work assignments in summer sessions.
  • A culture that values teamwork, communication, collaboration, and professional development.
  • Networking opportunities.

Career Fields Torch Frequently Hires within

Aerospace Engineering
Positions may focus on design, development, testing and production of various systems and equipment which may include aerodynamics, materials, propulsion, and/or mechanics.
Mechanical Engineering
Positions may focus on manufacturing, robotics, and/or product design. Positions may work with machine design, testing, and/or control systems.
Electrical Engineering
Positions may focus on circuit analysis, control systems, digital system design, telecommunications, and/or signal processing. Positions ma work with hardware, control systems, or electronic manufacturing.
Information Technology
Positions may focus on developing or customizing software solutions to improve business process while maintaining, configuring, and integrating systems within network administration, IT support, cybersecurity, and/or database management.
Computer Science
Positions may focus on developing new algorithms and efficient solutions to complex problems such as in research, AI/ML, algorithms, data encryption, software prototyping, including modeling and simulation, and/or system architecture.
System Engineering
Positions may focus on integrating complex systems and ensuring functionality, reliability, and efficiency. Tasks may involve systems design, development, and analysis, covering aspects such as systems architecture, modeling and simulation, requirements engineering, and system validation and verification. Positions may work across various disciplines, coordinating with software and other engineering fields to ensure system coherence and performance. The role may also include project management, risk assessment, and optimization of system performance and lifecycle management.
Software Engineering
Positions may focus on applying engineering principles to design, develop and maintain software systems with a focus on project management, and quality assurance.
Virtual Reality (VR) Design
Positions may focus on creating immersive, interactive 3D environments for VR platforms. These tasks may involve designing virtual spaces, user interfaces and experiences that are both intuitive and engaging; tasks may blend technical skills in 3D modeling and animation with an understanding of user interaction in virtual spaces; position VR applications may involve gaming, training simulations, and/or various interactive experiences, ensuring captivating user journey within the virtual world.
Graphic and UI/UX Design
Positions may focus on Graphic Design, where the emphasis is on creating visual content using typography, photography, or illustration to UI/UX Design, which involves enhancing user interfaces and experiences for digital and print media; graphic design communicates messages effectively that optimizes visual appeal; UI (User Interface) designs concentrates on the visual aspects of a product; while UX (User Experience) designs focuses on understanding user behavior to improve usability and efficiency; position tasks may blend artistic and technical skills to shape user interactions with various media.
Data Science
Positions may focus on processes, algorithms, systems to extract knowledge and insights from structured/unstructured data; may combine aspects of statistics, data analysis, machine learning, and big data technologies.
Business Administration
Positions may focus on performing operational, procurement, supply chain management, and/or contracting tasks.
Finance and Accounting
Positions may focus on performing financial analysis, accounting, auditing, and/or financial reporting.
Human Resources
Positions may assist with sourcing, recruiting, training, benefits management, labor relations, performance management, auditing, and/or analysis of compliance with labor laws.


Internships are located at Torch offices across the country, including Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oklahoma, and more.

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Torch Intern FAQs

How do I apply?
  • Internships are listed on our career's page.
  • Apply to a vacancy during the open application window.
  • Positions are identified as “Summer Intern.”
  • If selected, participate in an interview.
  • Selections typically occur within 3-4 months of initial application.
When do Internships take place?
Torch internships take place during the summer months between May and August.
What are the eligibility requirements?
  • US Citizenship is required.
  • Students must be enrolled and in good standing with an accredited university.
  • A GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Will I be asked to participate in an interview?
Yes, as part of the selection process for our intern program, you will be asked to participate in an interview with a hiring manager or a team lead. This interview is a crucial step that allows us to better understand your skills, experiences, and how they align with the goals of our intern program. Here’s what you can expect:
  1. Interview Format: The interview will typically be a one-on-one session with a hiring manager or a team lead, though it may sometimes involve a panel of team members. Interviews may be conducted in person, over the phone, or through video conferencing, depending on location and current work arrangements. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) may also attend the interview.
  2. Content of the Interview: During the interview, you will be asked questions related to educational background, experiences, skills, and interests. The questions will be designed to assess your fit for the intern program and the specific internship for which you are applying. You may also be asked about your career aspirations and how this internship could help you achieve them.
  3. Interactive Discussion: We encourage you to also ask questions during the interview. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about our company culture, the specifics of the intern program, and the day-to-day responsibilities of the internship you’re interested in.
  4. Preparation Tips: To prepare, we recommend reviewing the job description again, reflecting on your experiences and how they relate to the internship, and preparing some questions about the program and our company.
When will I hear if I am selected?
The intern posting will include a timeframe for the selection process.
Are internships paid?
Yes, Torch internships are paid assignments and you will be considered a W2 employee of Torch.
What types of projects are available?
Torch internships provide students a chance to work alongside professionals on real world projects. Projects will vary but all are meaningful work assignments. Students are encouraged to learn as much about the jobs they are interviewing for to determine if the project/job aligns with their major, background, and career goals.
Are letters of recommendation required?
Job references are required for internships.
Will I need to submit my transcript with all necessary information to verify academic status?
Yes, transcripts and enrollment verification are required.
What Torch benefits will I receive as an Intern?
Interns are typically ineligible for company health and welfare benefits; however, interns are eligible for Federal Paid Sick Leave accrual.
Will I receive PTO?
Interns are not eligible for Paid Time Off (PTO) or Compensatory time but will receive Federal Paid Sick Leave accruals.
What if I have scheduled a vacation during my internship?
Summer is short; our goal is to maximize intern learning experiences. Students are encouraged to maximize the internship opportunity. Memorial Day and July 4th are observed during the summer internship program, but interns do not receive holiday pay for these days.
Do interns receive ESOP?
Interns typically are ineligible for Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP) benefits due to length of tenure.
What events do Torch interns participate in other than work?
Torch has many opportunities for students to connect with fellow students and Torch employees. Many interns enjoy STEPS (Society of Torch Emerging Professionals) and other networking opportunities during the summer and participate in outings such as local sporting events, canoe trips, and ice cream socials. Outside professional speakers are also invited in to educate and motivate up and coming students.
Will Torch provide housing during the internship program?
Torch does not provide housing, but we can help by providing suggestions of potential housing options.
How long is the Torch Intern program?
The Torch intern program is approximately 12-13 weeks during the summer.


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Torch maintains an excellent work environment that includes competitive compensation, outstanding benefits, and rewarding work assignments with major opportunities for advancement. This could be your opportunity to join a growing, fast-paced company that is setting standards for superior technical services. To be considered for employment opportunities, you must complete an online application. 


Torch Technologies is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.

Torch seek to provide a fully accessible career site. If you need assistance or an accommodation to participate in our application process, please contact us.