College Recruiting

College Recruiting

Get your foot in the door.

If you’re an aspiring intern or a recent college graduate, you want to make a difference, not fetch coffee for your boss. At Schneider, we want difference makers. We can all get our own fresh coffee, but we need you to bring fresh perspectives. Explore our opportunities today.

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Why work for a transportation and logistics company?

Where else can you make your mark on something so huge? We don’t just mean our big orange trucks. We mean the fact that those trucks and trailers help move the U.S. and global economy.

Schneider started with just one truck in 1935. Today, it's a $4.045 billion industry-leading company. But we never forget our humble roots. At Schneider, you'll get the best of both worlds: the benefits of working for a big, dynamic company with a small, family-like atmosphere.

Internship opportunities

You don’t have to wait until you get a diploma to make your mark on the “real world.” When you intern with Schneider, you’ll work with experienced people who want to help you grow. We will challenge you, but we’ll also support you every step of the way.

Internship positions can include opportunities in several areas of our organization, including:

  • Customer Service
  • Operations
  • Driver Services
  • Finance
  • Recruiting
  • Sales
  • Human Resources

An internship is an excellent opportunity to tie what you have learned in the classroom into real-world experience. You will develop customer service skills, problem solving skills and transportation and logistics knowledge.

>>>Blog post: My Summer as a Schneider Intern

Talk with a recruiter at a college recruiting event near you!

Success stories

There are countless Schneider associates who started in an entry-level position, challenged themselves to think bigger and worked their way up to where they are today. This is just one example:

College Recruit Tim Levandoski Financial Reporting Manager Green Bay, WI

“Keep an open mind when considering potential career paths. In my experience, opportunity exists even in places where you least expect it.”

  • Started in 2000 as a Support Shift Associate
  • Worked second shift, part-time during college
  • Graduated and was promoted to role of Financial Analyst
  • Made lateral move to IT Financial Analyst
  • Became a Senior Financial Analyst
  • Promoted to Financial Reporting Manager

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