Looking for an entry level job or internship in cars? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
You can work with a car manufacturer: designing new vehicle technologies in research and development, designing the most aesthetically pleasing and functional vehicles and parts in engineering, managing the timeline in designing an entire car, or testing a car or its parts for quality. You can also look into the car accessory business.
Or you can go another route and explore alternate uses for cars beyond the traditional vehicle. Car-sharing and car renting have risen in popularity in recent years. If you’d like to ride that trend, consider working in marketing, customer service, or software development (since a lot of these companies have apps and mobile websites for use on the go).
A lot of positions in the car business require bachelor’s degrees in a related field. An interest in cars is a big plus.
|Automotive Apprentice Technician|
CarMax Sterling, VA
|State Inspection Technician - 7500 Sign-On Bonus|
CarMax Rockville, MD
|Vehicle Service Agent|
Avis Budget Group Dulles, VA
Ted Britt Ford Lincoln Chantilly, VA
McGeorge Toyota Ashburn, VA
|Entry Level Automotive Technician|
TBC Corporation Sterling, VA
|Automotive Dealer Photographer|
Redline Centreville, VA
|Porsche Automotive Technician|
Rosenthal Auto Arlington, VA
|Porsche Service Advisor- 3 Month Guarantee During Training|
Rosenthal Automotive Arlington, VA
|Car Sales Nissan of Rockville|
DARCARS Automotive Group Rockville, MD
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