Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with its customers, is driven to make healthcare better. Stryker offers innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes. MIT LGO internships at Stryker focus on topics such as additive manufacturing, supply chain optimization, and Industry 4.0/automation, and may be located at Stryker sites in the US or Ireland. Stryker is also eager to bring MIT LGO graduates into full-time roles after graduation.

Stryker offers a variety of roles, from professionals to the executive level where the company is looking for LGO graduates to make a significant impact. Roles span Project/Program Management, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Engineering, Advance Operations and Research & Development.

Frequent job titles at hire: Program Manager

Jennifer Hochstatter (LGO ’02)

Vice President, Division Operations
While at LGO: MBA & SM Mechanical Engineering
Previous studies: USC, Industrial and Systems Engineering

Jennifer had an 11-year career at Intel, during which time she was sponsored to attend the LGO program. She had a succession of roles in demand management and supply chain at Apple, Jawbone, and several startups, before joining Stryker in 2023 to lead division operations.

Viju Menon (LGO ’94)

Group President, Global Quality and Operations
While at LGO: MBA & SM Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Previous studies: University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Computer Science and Engineering

Viju had a 19-year Intel career, distinguished by key leadership roles such as Factory Manager and Head of Worldwide Supply Planning Operations. After leaving Intel, Viju joined Verizon Wireless as Vice President, Supply Chain, eventually rising to become Chief Supply Chain Officer for all of Verizon. In 2018 Viju was named Group President for Global Quality and Operations at Stryker.