Talent of the future?
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An internship is not only an excellent way to improve and sharpen your skills. Of course, you learn from experienced colleagues and get to roll up your sleeves in a progressive workplace. In addition, you also get the chance to build a network in an innovative sector full of fascinating people. In other words: an internship at Proximus enables you to explore all the possibilities and take your first steps towards a promising career.
Proximus is taking the lead in digital transformation across the country. We are shaping the digital future. We change the way people live, work and relax. And you can be part of that! Although our commercial and technical internships are spread across Belgium, we also offer a wide range of internships in our Proximus towers in Brussels North.
Interns at Proximus. Think possible.
An internship at Proximus isn’t just an great way to improve your skills. It will also allow you to learn from experienced co-workers while kickstarting your career in a future-proof workplace.
Besides, it’s a great way to build a network in an innovative industry packed with interesting people. In short, an internship at Proximus will help you take your first steps towards a promising career.
Proximus offers a wide range of internships, in multiple departments. Whether you’re a Master’s, Bachelor’s or high-school student, we’re all set to find you the right position. Our commercial and technical internship locations are spread out across the country, while other internships take place in the iconic Proximus Towers in Brussels North.
Can you also feel the Think possible vibe? Discover our internships!
An internship at Proximus is a great idea if…
- You’re looking for an unpaid internship for your studies.
- You prefer a 3- to 6-month internship
- You’re all set to put your talent to work driving the digital future, together with a great team of specialized experts.
Do what you do best. Create digital solutions that make life easier. Connect everyone and everything. You don’t care for sitting still, you’d rather set the world in motion.