Ricoh is looking for driven, talented, creative people to join our internship team. A wide variety of dynamic, hands-on internship opportunities in critical business areas are available at Ricoh, including, Centralized Services, Engineering, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing, Research and Development, and Solutions Sales.
Recent interns gained knowledge in field application of machine learning and automation, speech analytics, data and technology management, and their practical use in business
Get real-world experience to accelerate your career. Ricoh Internships provide an opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience, explore different career paths, develop and refine specific skills, network with industry-leading professionals in their chosen field, participate in mentorships, obtain various industry certifications, enhance presentation and communication skills, and gain a competitive edge in the job market. Criteria for participation will vary based on position.
Paths to future success
Ricoh internships offer an opportunity to develop skills not taught in the classroom, participate in real-world projects that make an impact on the industry, and pave the way toward future success. The company has a strong track record of hiring internship participants on as regular team members after graduation to kick off their full-time careers and continue adding value. In fact, many Ricoh interns have gone on to pursue successful, long-term professional pursuits with the company.
Ricoh Scholars Program
An extension of Ricoh’s foundational commitments, the Ricoh Scholars Program supports graduate students continuing their science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) education at Clemson University after attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU). The program awards $80,000 over the course of four years to four outstanding students pursuing postgraduate STEM degrees who are primed to become the next generation of innovators. The program supports Ricoh’s efforts to foster a more diverse and inclusive world, elevating the best and the brightest to positions where their innovative drive can bring together people, processes and technologies to make the greatest impact.
Ananya Gupta, Ricoh Scholar
“During my first year pursuing my doctorate at Clemson, I have found my passion in work that will provide better technology-based services that are more secure, trustworthy and accessible, especially to poor and middle-class people worldwide. Being recognized as a Ricoh Scholar will allow me to focus on my study and research without additional financial stress. I am beyond grateful for Dr. Knijnenburg’s guidance, Ricoh’s commitment to students from diverse backgrounds and this life-changing fellowship, all of which are helping me achieve my academic and future career goals.”
Ricoh Scholar, Ananya Gupta, received her bachelor’s in Computer Science from Claflin University and is currently a second-year doctoral student in Human-Centered Computing at Clemson.
Dr. Bart Knijnenburg
“Ananya’s work on making the ways we interact online more accessible and more secure is exciting, and it’s exactly the kind of thing we want to support with the Ricoh Scholars program. Ananya has become part of the Humans and Technology Lab (HatLab.org), a diverse lab of young scholars from all over the world who are internationally recognized for their work in privacy and adaptive decision support systems. Her participation in the lab paired with her work in data privacy and her project streamlining and improving translation of social media posts into different languages has prepared Ananya to make a real difference. With Ricoh’s help, Ananya can take these early steps with more confidence and financial security.”
Dr. Bart Knijnenburg, Assistant Professor in Human-Centered Computing, Clemson University