I too was bummed to get lesser money in my paycheck as an entry level engineer than as an intern in the same company. But then I realized that I get stocks, health insurance, travel and education fund, bonuses and get reimbursed for a lot of crap.
The startup incubator I work for in Beverly Hills is looking for an intern. They posted the listing below on craigslist a few days ago, so email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested and in the subject line include Hacker News.
Curious Minds brainstorms business ideas with the potential to shake up the status quo. As a technology incubator, we whittle sophisticated algorithms into simple, intuitive solutions. Our businesses have landed partnerships with Fortune 500 companies and nationwide press from ABC, CBS, CNN, NPR, Fox TV, KCAL 9, Good Morning America, CNET, Esquire, and USA Today.
We’re seeking an assistant to perform routine business development tasks. You should be tech-savvy, outgoing, and eager to get the job done.
- Transfer data from online databases into spreadsheets
- Actively seek new accounts through cold calls, emails, and faxes
- Research and write answers to support healthcare technology projects
- Resolve issues throughout the project cycle
- Develop new marketing collateral
- Write emails
- Consistent, reliable, hardworking (e.g. we can count on you to show up and produce accurate work)
- Superior organizational and time-management skills
- Good writing and communication skills
- Ability to adapt in a rapidly-evolving entrepreneurial environment
- Positive, easygoing, nice, fun, smart, low-maintenance
- This is a paid (hourly) internship
- Has the potential to develop into a full-time position as an early employee in the company
- Exciting work environment that serves as an entrepreneurial training ground
- Assist in driving and managing one of the fastest-growing startups
- Kitchen filled to the brim with delicacies
- Beautiful office in the middle of Beverly Hills
cough I'm seeking an internship for the summer. 2 semesters away from a BS in CS. Just got my first 'fun' test app onto the iOS market, cloudedbox.com/supersoaker.html. I'm still working on the proof that I'm worthy, but I cannot tell you how much I'd like to experience the techniques and tribulations of software engineering with a company anywhere in North California. More about.me/cameronbriar uncough
We develop solutions for searching and analyzing vast quantities of semi-structured data. Many of the biggest tech companies (Cisco, Qualcomm, Juniper, Motorola) rely on Pattern Insight for their internal search.
Many of our team members joined the company after working part-time or as interns
One of the positions we are looking for is a Cloud Operations Engineer Intern. This position comes with loads of responsibilities. So please pass on the word to any students looking for impactful work this summer.
I'm the test lead at Animoto. I can't speak for the dev team here, but I, personally, would love to hire a test dev intern here in NYC.
Want to create a model-based test for our platform layer (in Ruby)? Want to create an AI to combat our back end Java "director" AI (yeah, in Java, of course or tell us how you'd rather do it)? Want to test render code (as in "game dev" sort of render code - perf-sensitive code that grids out video and sync'd audio to the limits the hardware will allow)? Do you hate "the cloud" (Amazon's in our case) and want to show everyone how fragile that is? Well . . . I would welcome an intern who wants to understand any of those things deeply and break dev code. So pick one and tell me how you want to break it.
The company supports open-sourcing your test code. Share it. Put it on your resume. Put us on your resume!
I only want someone who wants to blow up and/or set fire to and/or just do horrible, horrible things to the dev code.
My name is Drew. I break things for a living.
You? Write code and want to SMASH things? Obliterate them? Pulverize? Have other destructive fantasies but don't want to talk about it? Ask for me at email@example.com with the subject "SDET Intern".
Proofpoint, Inc. offers paid internships providing undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to build industry awareness, technical experience and exposure to a corporate culture through work-based learning.
Proofpoint, Inc. is the leader in SaaS eDiscovery, Compliance and Security. Proofpoint focuses on the art and science of cloud based email security, archiving, eDiscovery,and compliance solutions.
The following internship opportunities are available -
Graduate Student Internships:
Web Production Intern
Product Manager Intern
Product Marketing Intern
Public Relations Intern
Boston, MA (not remote)
MDT Advisers - We're a small quant investing shop working with machine learning, financial analysis, and the hardest dataset in the world. We have a paid internship that is similar to our full-time analyst position: http://www.mdtadvisers.com/careers/qea.jsp , but that isn't on our website yet.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you have.
Thanks for the question, it's a very good one. We are still working on developing an information architecture that makes more sense. As it stands, we've focused the home page on our editorial content rather than UGC (which tend to focus on Bieber for the most part and has massively quality variance). As noted, some of our better content & features often get buried.
We're based in Shanghai and looking for interns. We are a startup doing consulting on the side to finance our product.
We mostly work with Ruby on Rails but also have a new project in Node.js. When something is a better tool for the job, we use it and if you come and convince us that it's the case for a part of your project, we will listen to you.
So if you're interested, send an email at email@example.com
Core-apps.com is hiring paid interns with the ability to telecommute. Our primary web stack is Ruby (Sinatra) backed by a blend of CouchDB, Redis, and PostgreSQL. We also have native iPhone and Android clients, but we're only looking for iPhone interns at the moment.
Small startup, self funded, fast moving. Feel free to email me at jon at the domain above for more info!
VoltDB is looking for Summer 2011 interns in Boston area. We're small, so our interns basically become engineers for a few months, and have lots of flexibility on what they want to work on. Also, as an open source company, you can point people to actual shipping code you wrote in a future job interview.
Redspin, Inc is hiring interns and Jr. Security Engineers working out of Carpinteria, California (near Santa Barbara).
We perform security assessments and penetration tests for large enterprises. If information security sounds exciting (and you can work out of Carpinteria--about 90 miles north of Los Angeles), send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Getaround is looking for interns on both the tech and business side.
We are a San Francisco based startup changing the way people use transportation. We have both paid and unpaid internships available and can provide transportation reimbursement for interns looking to commute to the city.
Shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com if you're interested.
Guidewire Software (San Mateo, CA) is looking for a half dozen or so software interns this summer. Paid, naturally, because who wants to work for free? We've got tons of fun things to work on, possibly including updating our outdated website!
I applied a while back to Adobe through a guy I know on the Air team, he's since left, and I haven't heard anything back but your team looks cool! Still hopeful though, not quite sure how Adobe works company wise.
If any Computer Science students in the NYC, Boston, or Philadelphia area are interesting in working on a crowdsouring startup, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or my partner at email@example.com.
This is starting to sound a bit like a complaint, but I'm not trying to complain here, I'm just curious. What _are_ you looking for?
Sorry, I can't say why you specifically didn't get an interview. There are a lot of factors to consider and a lot of candidates. No recruiting process is perfect. If you're really passionate about working at Twitter, please re-apply and include a cover letter. cc me if you feel like it (dloft) and I'll make sure you at least get a response.
Twitter is really a great place to work, filled with smart, productive, passionate and unabashedly quirky people. If you're one of those, I sincerely hope that we hire you.
Thanks dloft, I appreciate the response. I know you can't really answer why _I_ got rejected, I was just curious if there was something in particular they were looking for. Applying to companies and getting rejected tends to give very little feedback, and I'd like to know what I should be focusing on improving. I guess that's kind of par for the course though.
"We are a security research and consulting company that is fortunate to work on some of the most interesting software products and problems in the world. We are looking for motivated students to work with us as a paid summer intern."
www.klatunetworks.com is looking for paid intern in San Diego. local is best, but remote is also a possibility if the person is a good match. Looking for someone who can start soon, rather than waiting for the summer. Contact me directly if you are interested, cexline at klatunetworks dot com.
www.recojeans.com (site is getting a new skin right now and is a a little ugly)
We're a sustainable fashion start-up that has a full time developer but could use some tech help. Our fabric is made from denim factory scraps. It would be a good way for a programmer interested in business to learn marketing (I've learned a huge amount over the past 8 months).
Just shoot me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested.