Tomorrow is in the hands of the talent we develop today. At Kite, we are committed to fostering the next generation of innovators who will help us find the cure for cancer.
Our Early Talent opportunities include:
As an intern at Kite, you’ll have the unique opportunity to learn about cell therapy from some of the brightest minds in biotech while making a meaningful impact. We’re committed to developing early talent, and we welcome motivated individuals with a passion for transforming the way cancer is treated.
We offer paid internships across the organization, both in the United States and in Europe. Our available Graduate and Undergraduate Intern positions in the United States are typically posted from October through January with interviews and selections completed through early spring. Internships take place in the summer and last 10-12 weeks. In EU we onboard Interns twice a year, in February and September, and for the duration of 6-10 months.
All Intern candidates must be enrolled in a fully accredited undergraduate or graduate program before and after the internship. US work authorization is required to join Kite as an Intern in the United States. Additional eligibility requirements are highlighted within the job posting.
We hire interns for various functions, including but not limited to:
Students pursuing degrees in the following areas are encouraged to apply:
Ready to make a meaningful impact?
Our Rotation Programs and Apprenticeships are advertised throughout the year and are available across specific business units. These programs provide a deep dive learning experience and greater understandings and perspectives within identified business functions.