The goal of the student programs at Briggs & Stratton is to develop a pool of talent that is trained and qualified to contribute to the organization in the future. Our program allows students to contribute to the success of the Company through their work assignments and provides students with a real-world work experience where knowledge learned in the classroom can be applied immediately to their work.
We regard every student accepted into a student program as a possible full-time employee with potential to grow within the Company. Assignments will be enriching learning experiences, designed with the student's career objective, education and preferences in mind.
A formal program that offers students a planned learning experience with increased responsibility over an extended period of time. This cooperative education program formally integrates college level academic study with Briggs & Stratton work experience for two or more work terms. In addition, co-op positions encompass a defined rotational path for students to participate in.
Internships offer students an opportunity to gain real-world work experience in any business discipline within the scope of Briggs & Stratton's business based on business needs. They are designed to only exist for one work term with the possibility of continuing past the term designated.
Inroads Program students in this program are offered a planned learning experience over an extended period of time.
Recruitment for our Milwaukee internship and co-op programs begins in January.
Positions are posted at universities, colleges and on our web site under Career Center. Resumes are accepted up to the date indicated. Briggs & Stratton does not accept unsolicited resumes.
Students who participate in a student program at Briggs & Stratton must be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college or university studying toward a degree applicable to one of our programs. Students must have and maintain a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5/4.0 for technical positions and 3.0 for business programs.
Student Programs Coordinator
P.O. Box 702Milwaukee