Whether you’re a high school student, college student or a recent grad, it’s never too early to explore where a career at Oshkosh can take you. We offer a number of programs and initiatives designed to help young professionals jumpstart their futures as part of the Oshkosh team.

“Besides helping design the coolest trucks in the world, I also get to work with the best team members.”

Intern, Oshkosh Corporation

“Most amazing first internship I could ever ask for.”

Intern, Oshkosh Corporation

“Gained valuable experience through my rotational program and was exposed to the entire lifecycle of our defense vehicle programs.”

Paul Strzalkowski, Senior Engineer in Test & Development

Explore your options with Oshkosh


Oshkosh Corporation's internship program is committed to providing current college students with real-world work experience, offering hands-on roles across a wide range of job functions to accelerate your formal education. As an intern at Oshkosh, you’ll be integrated within full-time teams and gain valuable exposure to leadership, extensive career development opportunities and a robust network of mentors and colleagues. 

School to Work

The Oshkosh School to Work program offers high school students the opportunity to earn their diploma while gaining hands-on, paid job experience at the Oshkosh Corporation. You'll begin in an entry-level position suited to your interest and skill set and will have the opportunity to explore other interests and develop new skills by working in various roles across the company.

Rotational Engineer Program

Our Rotational Engineer program gives engineering college graduates a chance to gain cross-functional experience and a broad understanding of the robust engineering capabilities across our business. 


Oshkosh offers a one-year apprenticeship program for high school seniors interested in a career in STEM.  As an apprentice at Oshkosh, you’ll learn core technical engineering skills from our talented team of engineering professionals, completing 450 hours of paid project work designed to prepare you both for college and a career in engineering.