2016 Summer Paid Internship Program

Benjamin Franklin was a pretty sharp guy. He served as President of Pennsylvania and was the first scientist to state that electric charge can only be collected, not created—aka the Law of Conservation of Electric Charge. He also pointed out that learning happens through involvement, and that is the underlying principle of the Cymer-ASML Paid Summer Internship Program: by providing interns with the opportunity to be fully immersed in the cutting-edge work we do every day we’re advancing coming generations of semiconductor lithography technology.


Not only are our summer interns involved in solving real day-to-day issues facing the semiconductor industry, they’re paid for their effort, too—that’s right, paid internships do exist. Lunchtime seminars with a variety of staff members outline the importance of things that aren’t part of a university education—volunteering and community engagement, building a killer LinkedIn profile, finding work-life balance (aka Intern Beach Day). All of these things are meant to give Cymer interns the best possible opportunity to succeed.


The Summer 2016 interns came from 18 institutions of higher learning and are pursing 17 bachelor’s degrees, 13 master’s degrees, and 7 PhDs. We’re happy they decided to spend their summer break with in San Diego and think Mr. Franklin would be impressed.

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Cymer Summer Internship Program | 2016 Recap

Benjamin Franklin was a pretty sharp guy. He served as President of Pennsylvania and was the first scientist to state that electric charge can only be collected, not created—aka the Law of Conservation of Electric Charge. He also pointed out that learning happens through involvement, and that is the underlying principle of the Cymer-ASML Paid Summer Internship Program: by providing interns with the opportunity to be fully immersed in the cutting-edge work we do every day we’re advancing coming generations of semiconductor lithography technology.

Not only are our summer interns involved in solving real day-to-day issues facing the semiconductor industry, they’re paid for their effort, too—that’s right, paid internships do exist. Lunchtime seminars with a variety of staff members outline the importance of things that aren’t part of a university education—volunteering and community engagement, building a killer LinkedIn profile, finding work-life balance (aka Intern Beach Day). All of these things are meant to give Cymer interns the best possible opportunity to succeed.

The Summer 2016 interns came from 18 institutions of higher learning and are pursing 17 bachelor’s degrees, 13 master’s degrees, and 7 PhDs. We’re happy they decided to spend their summer break with in San Diego and think Mr. Franklin would be impressed.

Giving Back to Our Community

We're proud of our Community Relations programs and understand the importance of giving back to our community, whether that’s in San Diego, Netherlands, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, China or anywhere else in the world where we conduct business. This summer our interns volunteered at the San Diego Food Bank and, among other food items, bagged more than 8,000 pounds of carrots.

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