North America

Halliburton North America provides solutions for its customers from Alaska, down through the Canadian Rockies to the California coastline, from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf of Mexico. Halliburton has expertise in the emerging U.S. shale plays including the Bakken, Barnett, Bone Spring/Avalon, Eagleford, Fayetteville, Haynesville, Marcellus and the Utica – and is fully equipped to provide a full range of well construction and well completion products and services.

  • United States
  • Canada

Our activity in this region focuses on both conventional and unconventional reservoirs containing oil and natural gas, as well as geothermal wells for electrical power generation. Our goal is to maximize the value of these oil and gas assets through leveraging our reservoir expertise and tailored technology solutions. This goal is achieved by delivering a secure source of superior products, quality materials, and reliable equipment with an experienced, knowledgeable and safe workforce – all while protecting the environment.

Halliburton recruits on-campus and remotely at several Universities across North America. Check with the career service center at your University to find out if Halliburton will be visiting your campus this semester. We also post events to our social media pages, Follow Us!

Let’s Get RED-y!

Halliburton’s REDiness is a professional development series, targeted to undergraduate college/university students, to ensure they have the tools and skills needed to land an internship or full-time opportunity.  REDiness was designed with the new college student in mind – whether you are attending a community college, technical school or 4-year college or university – we want to help you get that next internship or full-time job.  These courses will ensure that you know how to build a stellar resume, how to network and interview (in-person and virtually) and what to do when you receive that offer.  The courses we offer are below –

How To Build a Resume

This course focuses on how to build a resume.  Attendees will learn the key components of a resume, how to build it, and additional information used to make a resume stand out.  Knowing what recruiters look for when selecting resumes helps candidates best showcase their talents and experience.  We also highlight the difference between a resume vs. a CV (curriculum vitae).

Course length – 1-hour

Do’s and Don’ts of Interviewing

You built an attractive resume and landed the interview!  This course prepares you to be your best self before, during and after the interview.  Topics include:

  • Types of Interviews (phone, in-person, etc.)
  • Interview Styles (Technical, Case Study, etc.)
  • STAR-Method of Interviewing
  • Virtual Interviewing
  • What To/Not To Wear
  • Post interview follow-up

Course length – 1-hour

Networking & Social Media

It's not just who you know - but who knows you.  Networking is key in landing that internship or job opportunity.  In the age of social media, having a strong LinkedIn profile is crucial to your professional social media presence.  We will cover:

  • Why do we network and what are the benefits
  • Best practices for networking
  • Networking events vs. Career Fairs
  • Building a strong LinkedIn Profile

Course length - 1-hour

What to Do When You Get that Offer

You’ve built a stand out resume that landed you an interview.  You knocked it out the park and you got the offer!  Now what?  Do you accept it?  Decline it?  How do you even read the offer letter?  Should I negotiate?  In this course, we cover:

  • Components of an offer letter
  • Negotiating an offer
  • Offer considerations
  • Reneging & Ghosting
  • Accepting/Declining offer etiquette

Course length - 1-hour

Interested in Halliburton hosting one or all of the REDiness sessions?  If you are a student organization board member, career services staff or college/university professor/faculty, please email your inquiry to resource.hou.fhouuniv@halliburton.

*For general student inquiries regarding REDiness, please engage your career services office to partner with us.


At Halliburton, we know that our people are our most valuable asset. To remain an industry leader, we're always looking for talented individuals from the world's leading institutions to join the Halliburton team. Our internship programs offer you the chance to gain the skills and experience you need to become a success in your field and potentially become full-time employees with Halliburton. Through Halliburton's internship and co-op opportunities, you'll have the chance to:

  • Receive the hands-on industry experience you need to evolve your talents, abilities and ideas
  • Gain practical experience in some of the most challenging and rewarding environments
  • Apply your classroom knowledge while developing and expanding your technical, business and leadership skills
  • Leave behind a legacy by working on meaningful projects and assignments individually, as well as in group settings
  • Learn the business through daily interactions with industry professionals
  • Grow your network by participating in various developmental activities with other interns.

If you’re willing to go the extra mile, this may be the internship for you. We are looking for bright, self-motivated students who are looking to grow and develop as effective communicators and leaders.


  • Potential employee must be currently seeking a baccalaureate, masters, or doctoral degree AND be enrolled in an accredited college or university on a FULL-TIME basis.
  • Must remain in good academic standing as established by their universities to remain active in the Internship Program
  • Must be able to work full-time during the summer period
  • Must have a declared degree and major appropriate for the intern position being offered

Length of the internship

Our internship programs typically last for 10-14 weeks during the summer months (May- August) and can include the following positions:

  • Accountant Intern
  • Field Engineer Intern
  • Information Technology Intern
  • Information Technology Auditor Intern
  • Staff Auditor Intern
  • Supply Chain Management Engineer Intern
  • Human Resources Leadership Program Intern
  • Material Science Intern


Co-op Program

Would you like to gain experience while gaining college credit? Our co-operative programs allow you to work in various geographical and departmental areas of the Company, attend classes or work full-time during the semester and gain college credit.

Qualifications: Typically, we offer internships only to students who have a GPA of 2.75 or above (on a standard scale of 0-4) but the minimum GPA will vary by position.

Compensation: Halliburton offers an attractive salary for student internships in the North American Region.

How to apply: Students are encouraged to check their university’s careers websites where all available internships are advertised. The deadline for applying to student internships is March 1st.