Six good reasons for an internship at Henkel
Duration of 4 to 6 months
An internship in one of our 75 countries is the perfect way to get a first but deep understanding of what it means to work at Henkel. With a duration of 4 to 6 months, you get enough time to get firsthand work experience and to explore our diverse, global company culture.
Exciting Projects Worldwide
We love to see our interns being fully involved, regardless of the location and function. That’s why you’ll be working on your own projects and take responsibility at an early stage. Express your ideas and help find new solutions for our products and technologies.
Countless Learning Opportunities
An internship at Henkel is more than just work experience - you’ll be learning for life. Through our Double-in Day, you can switch positions with another intern to experience Henkel from a different perspective. Furthermore, you can also make use of our various learning opportunities with access to more than 9.000 online courses.
Individual Mentorship and Feedback
We like to foster individual skills and competences. As an intern, you’ll receive individual guidance by your personal mentor. As a first person of reference, your mentor will guide you through your tasks, support your professional development, and answer all your questions. Take the chance!
Become a Career Trackie
For our talents: Take the chance and become part of our Career Track! As such, you are one of our high-potential interns and will be known as a first choice for future full-time employment and get the chance for a direct entry at Henkel. We can’t wait to see you unleash your full potential!
You’ll have regular opportunities to meet other interns and exchange your experiences. Join the welcome day within your first days, take part in special lunch dates, a guided tour through the Henkel locations as well as our evening events – it will be worth it!
How to apply
During the first step we are happy about your comprehensive online application at our Henkel job portal. You will need your résumé - preferably as a PDF file. Please make use of the opportunity to upload further relevant documents (e.g. certificates, overview of grades), so we have all documents at our hands, which are relevant for our decision. In case you have a LinkedIn-profile, you can comfortably import your data with one click. A letter of motivation can be attached optionally.
In a one-on-one interview we will talk about your studies, your experience and your future goals. Of course, you will get more information about Henkel and internships. You can ask questions about the position, your future team or career opportunities at Henkel, for example.
For some positions we may invite you to participate in a brief video interview, in which we want to get to know you better. Also, you will be able to present yourself and your strengths with respect to your desired position at Henkel.
The video interview will not be live, and you may choose the right timing, set up and atmosphere. We kindly ask you to perform the video interview within the next five working days. Please note that your participation is voluntary.
If you impress us at each stage, and we think you are a match for one of our open positions, you will receive a job offer. If you share our values and are looking for great career opportunities, you’ll accept the offer.
Henkel wins Altair Enlighten Award
Henkel’s next generation metal pretreatment process today received the second-place award in the sustainability category of the 2021 Altair Enlighten Awards. Henkel’s award recognizes the use of the PALLUMINA™ metal pretreatment process on the 2021 Toyota Tacoma and Tundra.
Henkel joins Ingolstadt Urban Air Mobility Initiative
In July, Henkel Adhesive Technologies officially announced that it has joined the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities in their EU Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Initiative currently underway in the City of Ingolstadt, Germany. Supported by the European Commission and launched in 2018, the Ingolstadt UAM Initiative has brought together communities, citizens, businesses and other stakeholders to accelerate practical UAM technology studies and facilitate its ultimate implementation.