Interested in opportunities at Blue Origin? We invite you to join us for a virtual information session!
The event will feature a brief overview presentation and a 45-minute discussion with a panel of Blue Origin employees. The panelists will answer questions about opportunities for MBA students, including internships and full-time opportunities. We’ll share information about Blue’s culture and career advice.
You must register to attend. Once you register using the link below you’ll receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to join the event.
September 25, 9:00 AM PT/12:00 PM ET – Information Session for MBA Students
We will be using Webex for this virtual session. Anyone can join directly from their browser, there is no need to have any specialized software, although you may need to download a temporary application from your browser to connect to the session. It shouldn’t take more than a couple minutes to download and join the event. You won’t need a camera or microphone, participation will be via text-based chat.
Everyone who pre-registers will also be entered into a random drawing for a Blue Origin swag bag! We’ll randomly draw two names from the list, winners must be present when we make the announcement during the event.
Because of the virtual setting, and in order to accommodate variable bandwidth and student internet access, we won’t be sharing any videos during the event. We’d love it if you took some time before the event to check out some of our favorite videos, available on YouTube:
If you’re not able to attend this event, but are still interested in Blue Origin opportunities, you can apply directly through our website: https://www.blueorigin.com/careers. We are currently accepting applications for internships and full-time opportunities starting in Summer 2021.
Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be a United States citizen or permanent resident (green card holder). For the internship program: Students must also be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program and have at least one semester of school remaining after the internship. Students who have obtained a junior or higher academic standing by the start of the internship are preferred.