Co-Op Program/Internships

Hanford Mission Integration Solutions values education and lifelong learning. We work diligently to build strong, mutually-beneficial partnerships with educational institutions and community organizations to improve the quality of the company’s products and services and the quality of life for our employees, dependents, and the citizens of the communities we live in. HMIS is proud to offer a number of development opportunities that not only foster educational excellence, but also offer valuable practical experience that may lead to future career opportunities with HMIS or other top companies in the future.

HMIS Student Co-Op Program

Each year, companies compete for top talent. HMIS believes that having a strategy for investing in and developing our future workforce is good business. The HMIS Cooperative Student Program, or Co-Op Program, is an important recruiting channel that is designed for long-term partnership and succession planning for staff career development and growth.

HMIS currently hires full-time college students enrolled at accredited educational institutions. Co-Op Program participants work 20-32 hours per week during the academic year as a part of the Co-Op Program. These Interns may transition to full-time, 40-hour employment during summer months and other academic breaks to take on more challenging roles and enhance their educational work experiences, depending upon budget availability.

Each Co-Op intern is assigned a manager and mentor (this may be the same individual) to provide daily guidance and work direction. The Co-Op intern will also be observed carefully by other department managers to verify adequate progress is being made both academically and professionally to ensure a long-term, positive outcome is achieved for both the Intern and the company.

HMIS selects individuals based on their field of study, and its relevance to the job assignment. To qualify for the Co-Op Program, students must meet and maintain specific requirements laid out in the HMIS Intern Co-Op Program Requirements document.

How to Apply

All HMIS Co-Op Internship educational work experiences will be posted on the HMIS External Job Opportunities website in the "Administrative Support" category.

Contact Information

For questions, please contact the Co-Op Program Administrator:

ANR Group Inc, Interns

Other internship opportunities at HMIS may also occur through ANR Group Inc's (ANR) Student Intern Program. Candidates must be working on the completion of a college degree in one of the following: engineering, science, or business disciplines. These internship assignments provide professional development opportunities for college students in a number of disciplines, including: engineering, business, science, environmental, construction management, health and safety, and many other fields. Please visit the ANR Student Intern’s website for more information.





Last Updated 06/15/2022 2:43 PM