You’ve not only aced your first- and second-round interviews, but received an offer—congratulations! Now, it’s time for you to make a tough decision.
Internships are vital stepping-stones for undergrads navigating the transition from students to young professionals. But how should you go about finding the right one? What can you do to prepare? And how can you ensure you succeed once the internship begins?
Tracing back the career paths of many innovators and leaders at Johnson & Johnson—people like Nigel Storey, Senior Director and Chief Operating Officer of Johnson & Johnson Design—you'll often find that their journeys share a common point of origin. But it isn't a school, skill set or area of expertise. It's Johnson & Johnson's leadership development programs (LDPs).
People step away from their STEM 2D careers for many reasons: to welcome a new baby to the world, to serve their country or to otherwise shift their focus to another area of their life that requires their full attention. And when the time is right to shift back to professional passions in STEM 2D fields, Johnson & Johnson is ready to help with the transition.

About Careers @ Johnson & Johnson

We are the largest and most broadly based healthcare company in the world. We’re producing life-changing breakthroughs every day.
The hiring experience can be complex, but at Johnson & Johnson we strive to provide transparency throughout the process.
Our industry-leading employee benefits provide valuable resources and tools to help you realize your full potential.
Data scientists. Designers. Coders. Engineers. And everyone in between. Your expertise enables amazing things to happen.
Students can join us and make an impact through our internships, co-ops, leadership development programs (LDPs) and full-time roles.
Our Building the Future of Health series shows how we merge scientific discovery with technology to produce life-changing advances.

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