CVS Health, a U.S. healthcare company based in Woonsocket, RI, is number six on the Fortune 500 list and the largest company run by a female CEO, Karen Lynch. The company is at the forefront of a changing healthcare landscape. Former interns praise the company as “extremely welcoming and considerate of newcomers " with “many diverse types of people present" and "a lot of events for interns.”

Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Applications are accepted beginning in September and until all roles are filled. To view opportunities, please visit jobs.cvshealth.com/internships; you can join the Talent Community to learn about new opportunities as they become available.

https:// www.jobs.cvshealth.com/internships;


Number Of Interns

101 or more


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6 to 12 weeks

About the Program

CVS Health offers a comprehensive internship program designed to engage undergraduate, MBA, and master’s students; impart valuable skills; and offer insight into a potential career path with a Fortune 10 company. Highlights include a structured program plan, hands-on project work, access to mentorship and networking opportunities, and learning and development sessions.

During the 10-week engagement, interns will be in a supportive learning environment, contributing both independently ...

About the Company

CVS Health, a U.S. healthcare company, owns CVS Pharmacy, a retail pharmacy chain; CVS Caremark, a pharmacy benefits manager; and Aetna, a health insurance provider, among many other brands. The company is at the forefront of a changing health care landscape, with a suite of capabilities and expertise needed to help shape the future of health.

Intern Reviews

  • “They encouraged me to only work the hours I was assigned, and I had the flexibility to adjust the exact time with my schedule. My manager recognized that I have other obligations outside work and was fine with me adjusting my schedule as long as I did my required hours and work.”
  • “I was required to do 40 hours a week. The culture is very positive and welcoming, and all employees seem to be very excited to work with interns. I was able to take off if necessary and created many positive relationships with colleagues.”
  • “I was expected to work 40 hours a week and my team was flexible with when those hours were completed. I got the impression that many full-time employees on the team worked more than 40 hours a week. I overall enjoyed the culture, and everyone was invested in helping interns learn.”
  • “Firm's culture and environment is extremely welcoming and considerate of newcomers. Work-life balance was very attainable, and I never felt pressure to work over my required hours. It was a WFH/Hybrid situation for me and was extremely flexible and a pleasure to do my internship.”

Why Intern Here

We are shaping the future of Health Care

As a corporate intern at CVS Health, you can serve the organization in a variety of departments such as Technology, Finance, HR, Actuarial, Underwriting and General Management. Your intern experience can help you propel your education and career forward. Many of our successful interns receive offers for future roles with CVS Health.

Getting Hired Here

  • “Application was fairly simple, 2-3 interviews in the process. Very communicative throughout the process and time frame clearly described.”
  • “It was a short series with an online video/answering questions, followed by a call with the hiring managers. The process following acceptance was very clear and a great experience.”
  • “I did a Hirevue interview and then an interview with my now manager. The interview was not that difficult as there were no technical questions asked. Also, my interviewer/now manager was friendly during the interview. The standards of selection seemed to be very high. They told us that the number of interns makes up only a tiny percentage of the thousands of applications they received.”
  • “Everyone was very welcoming and helpful throughout the process. There were 2 interviews and 1 Hirevue which was standard in my opinion. The interviews had great questions and engaging leaders, so it was a great experience.”