Summering at Interstate.

Our 2021 class includes students from as far away as Brigham Young University and as close as George Mason University, with a few schools in between — like Penn State, University of Michigan and Virginia Tech.

Our summer class of 2021 includes over 50 college and high school students, many who come for the experience of working with one of Greater Washington, D.C.’s most experienced moving, relocation and logistics teams. Of course, we would be remiss if we failed to mention some of the other perks that go into a great summer work experience at Interstate, like:

  • The opportunity to work for the household goods mover ranked #1 in customer satisfaction by the U.S. General Services Administration
  • The ability to choose your work location – we have service centers in Dulles, Virginia; Springfield, Virginia and Landover, Maryland
  • Competitive pay, starting at $14 per hour and including occasional overtime and tips
  • Company-provided uniforms and paid training for up to 80 hours before going on your first job
  • Hands-on experience in the role where you fit the best – our summer hires work as movers, packers, warehouse staff and interns in corporate functions like accounting, claims, human resources, marketing and more
  • Leadership development opportunities through regular, bi-weekly “Summer Glimpse” lunch and learn sessions with business unit leaders and company executives
  • The chance to make new friends – our movers and packers work in teams, where it’s easy to form new relationships and make friends for a lifetime
  • And, did we say fun? Our summer hires enjoy special treats and incentives during our “Wacky Workdays”
Every day is a new day, every day is a new house and every day is a chance to help people change their lives.

~Johana Coreas, George Mason University

My success as a mover takes more than strength; it’s about hard work and determination.

~Jack Barrett, Auburn University

My neighbor had recently started working at Interstate and was having a great time. I had to see for myself, so I checked out the website. When I saw how great a job I could have, I put in an application.

~Josh Johnson, James Madison University

Interstate is a really great place to work…it’s fun, they take care of their employees and they’re really flexible with college students.

~Katie Hibner, Virginia Tech

I had an older brother who worked here, which is one of the reasons I chose to spend my summer in warehouse operations at Interstate.

~Seth Mueller, Brigham Young University

Interstate is a very caring and understanding company. They know interns come here hoping to leave with valuable knowledge they can use in their professions and do their best to provide that to them. They are dedicated to helping their company and their employees grow.

~Bridgett Andres-Osorio, Virginia Tech

My favorite things about working at Interstate are meeting new people and making friends with my co-workers.

~Zander Smith, Shenandoah University

Ever since I started at Interstate, there has always been clear communication and respect. They have made me feel way more valuable than just an intern. I was actually a part of the day-to-day operations and have learned a lot that I will apply towards my future career in business.

~Taylor Kirkland, Old Dominion University

My internship with Interstate has given me an opportunity to hone many professional development skills, through real-life on-the-job experience in a fast-paced environment.

~Robert Edwards, George Mason University

My summer with Interstate has been a great ride – as it’s given me an opportunity to work in an office setting and develop new skills.

~Andrea Galvez, Radford University

What I like most about working at Interstate are the interactions and friendships I’ve been able to create among my colleagues.

~Rediate Befekadu, George Mason University

On National Intern Day, we celebrated our incredible summer interns and the amazing contributions they’ve made to our business.

Take a look at what some of this year’s summer hires are saying about their summer at Interstate: