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UPS Technology Intern in Louisville, KY (Summer 2018)

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UPS Technology Intern in Louisville, KY (Summer 2018)
Louisville, KY Internship Paid


These positions offer a competitive salary with one of the most respected I.T. employers in its industry.


Are you a student looking to launch your Information Technology career? If so, then UPS is the place for you!

Once known as a trucking company, UPS is now recognized as a technology company with trucks and is poised for success. Spending more than $1 billion a year on information technology, UPS provides its customers unparalleled capability in tracking and distribution intelligence. This technological infrastructure also enables UPS to provide fully integrated Web-enabled, business-to-business solutions.

UPS, a leader in information technology, is currently seeking college students to join our team. If you are a highly motivated college student working on a degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, MIS, Mathematics, Engineering or a related degree, then UPS is a great place for you to start your career.


Positions are available requiring one or more of the following skills:

  • Java, JSP, C++, C#, .Net, SQL, Scripting, XML, HTML, Web Development
  • Linux/Unix, Servers, Queries, Mainframe
  • Business Analysis
  • Database Administration, Data Modeling, Data design, Documentation
  • Tools: Testing, QTP, Quality Center, SharePoint
  • Experience developing software for the iPhone, Blackberry and Android
  • Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Strong written & verbal communication skills
  • Must be able to work 40 hours per week during the summer months (Monday through Friday, May through August).


  • The desired 2018 Summer Intern will be currently enrolled or graduated from a degreed college/university program with a major in Computer Science, MIS, Mathematics, Engineering or related discipline.

About Us

Founded on a $100 loan in 1907, 2 teenage boys opened up a messenger service in a 6 by 17 foot office located just below the sidewalk on Second Avenue and Main Street in Seattle, WA. Messengers ran errands, carried notes, hand baggage, and delivered trays of food for customers. They also delivered packages, traveling by streetcars and bicycles for longer trips, and later using motorcycles.