Technology Leadership Development Program
Setting you up for success
Dual track leadership rotations
- One for analysts interested in a future in management.
- One for engineers interested in technical opportunities.
Eligibility for the TLDP
- Demonstrated progress toward an undergraduate degree in MIS, Supply Chain or a related Business field (ideal GPA –3.2 or higher).
- Relevant internship experience.
- A genuine passion for using the latest technology to overcome challenges that truly matter.
- An analytical and quantitative approach to work, as well as the confidence to influence people at all levels.
How do I apply?
Representatives from Boston Scientific make campus visits throughout the year. Please check with your campus Career Center to confirm dates and learn more about our application process. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook to stay informed about upcoming recruiting events near you!
Frequently asked questions about the TLDP:
What can I expect from the program?
TLDP participants will complete four, six-month rotations over two years. Exact placements will vary depending on your experience, goals and preferences. Throughout your rotations, you'll gain experience in analysis, engineering, or both:
- For analysts
This may include practicing user-centered design, analysis, product management, hypothesis-driven development, and configuring an application.
- For engineers
This could include defining architecture, back-end development, front-end development, test-driven development, user-centered design, and learning new coding languages. You'll have the opportunity to work in spaces such as cyber-security, digital health, and more.
Regardless of the TLDP track rotation, you’ll play a key role on your team, contributing to meaningful projects and working with the latest technologies.
Upon completion, graduates will have gained a strong professional network and robust, extensive skills. Graduates will work with their program advisers to secure a full-time role, either in a previous rotation or on a new team.
Where would I work?
Opportunities are available in Marlborough, Massachusetts and Arden Hills, Minnesota.
Will I be compensated?
Yes. Relocation assistance will be available for students who either don’t attend school near or work near a Boston Scientific office. Individual eligibility will be evaluated by your recruiter and the TLDP team.
Is there relocation assistance?
Yes, for those students who do not live or attend school near a local office, assistance will be provided. Individual eligibility will be evaluated by your recruiter and the TLDP team.
About the Boston Scientific internship programs
Our internship programs are the foundation for our full-time rotational programs. High-performing interns could be selected for our prestigious TLDP based on their interests, performance, and unique career ambitions.