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IT Intern - Spring 2020
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LGI Homes, Inc. | Spring, TX
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LGI Homes is seeking a Spring 2020 IT (information Technology) Intern at our Corporate Headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas.

Founded in Texas in 2003, LGI Homes is one of the nation's fastest growing homebuilders. We are seeking eager and motivated interns to be part of our Corporate Internship Program. The spring, 10-week program runs from February through April.

As part of our Corporate Internship Program, you will not only gain hands-on experience in the IT (Information Technology) Department, you will gain real world exposure to several other business areas. You will even have the opportunity to present to and receive feedback directly from the CEO.


Participants in the Corporate Internship Program must be self-motivated, charismatic and be willing to learn and train as part of a growing company. The intern must be pursuing a Bachelor's Degree with an outstanding academic record (3.0+ GPA). The intern must have the ability to work 30+ hours a week, Monday - Friday. Junior or Senior status is preferred.


Interns will enjoy competitive pay of $18/hour. In addition, LGI Homes boasts a rich company culture focused on training, goals, and recognition. Be sure to connect with us on LinkedIn, and follow #LGILife on Facebook and Instagram.

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