Our Interns

    •    Are you interested in the renewable fuel industry?

    •    Are you responsible and independent?

    •    Do you have exceptional writing and analytical skills?

    •    Is there an internship position that fits your experience and education?

    •    Do you a have a sense of adventure and want to explore Iceland?


If yes to the above questions, please contact us

Intern or Co-Op

Carbon Recycling International's internship and co-op programs are among the industry's best, offering undergraduate and graduate students the chance to receive rigorous and meaningful work experience in one of the leading companies in carbon recycling for power to fuel.


As an intern or co-op, you will contribute daily to important projects and work side-by-side with CO2 fuel industry experts in a flexible and diverse work environment.

Interships - Locations

Our internships take place at our headquarters in CRI and our facilities in the following locations:

•     Reykjavik ( headquarters and laboratory)

•     Grindavik (George Olah Renewable Methanol Plant)

All internships are paid positions. Relocation assistance may be available for some positions.

Program Highlights

•     Opportunity to work on challenging, business-critical projects

•     Presentation of end-of-summer project findings to senior management

•     Networking with partner companies

•     Social events (rafting, mountain biking, and park games)

•     Intern foosball contest

•     Our Learn speaker series, which introduces interns to senior management

Eligible interns will have opportunities to be considered for full-time positions at CRI.


Program Requirements
At a minimum, summer interns at CRI have completed advanced courses in college. Internships are 9-12 weeks, typically during the summer months. Undergraduate or graduate level students are welcome to apply. CRI recruits interns for groups across the company. Each internship posting will list the preferred degree, major and skills for the internship.

Another way for current students like you to gain valuable experience and supplement your education is through CRI's cooperative education (co-op) experience. CRI's co-op program is a 6-12 month program designed to offer hands-on industry training for students currently enrolled in a related academic field wherein they gain expert knowledge and valuable connections while CRI grows a robust pipeline of future talent.

Program Requirements
Candidates must be a current student enrolled in a minimum of six units in a degree program related to the work of the co-op project. Co-op terms at CRI are 6-12 months. Undergraduate or graduate level students are welcome to apply. Each co-op posting will list the preferred degree, major and skills for the position.

Application Process
CRI recruits on specific university campuses during the fall and spring sessions. To determine if we will be attending your school, contact your careers center for details specific to your campus. Internship opportunities are also posted at select universities, and annual application deadlines are included in posted opportunities. If CRI is not interviewing at your university, please search internship and co-op openings on our site.

All applicants receive email notification when their information is received. Qualified candidates of interest will be notified directly by a internship manager.