Fulfillment Center Campus Programs

We're looking for motivated students who put classroom knowledge, passion for operations management, and intellectual drive to work at our Fulfillment Center (FC) Operations across the United States.

We offer opportunities for both Undergraduate and MBA students to gain hands-on experience delivering value to our customers and improving our operations every day. You will accelerate your career development and have immediate impact on fulfillment operations, working side-by-side with leaders who are passionate about supporting your growth.

Our FC network is robust with locations across the US, including: Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Texas.

We seek dynamic, critical thinkers and analytical problem solvers to join us in both Full-time and Summer Internship capacities.

Pack Member Perspectives

Jade N. - Chewy FC team member
"It's a joy to walk into work every day where passion for your pets meets passion for work... There is always room to improve in operations, but I am confident that Chewy will always find a way to take challenges and make them into opportunities."

Jade N.
Area Manager

University of Texas
Jade N. - Chewy FC team member
"My exposure to popular and effective software has been critical to my development as an engineer, and my team is always ready and willing to answer my questions."

Priya S.
Software Engineer

University of Michigan
Jade N. - Chewy FC team member
"With Chewy, I have always been surrounded by friendly, knowledgable, and supportive teammates. From my time as a co-op, through being taken on full-time, my team has enabled me to work up to my full potential and provide meaningful contributions to our site."

Shane P.
IT Healthcare

Northeastern University
Jade N. - Chewy FC team member
"The people around you truly make you feel like part of the pack, so it was an easy decision to come back for a second co-op at Chewy. I highly recommend Chewy to all students looking to expand their skillsets and make meaningful connections."

Matt S.
Employer Branding Co-Op

Northeastern University