Stack Overflow has long been a resource where students can level up their skills. In fact, we’re pretty sure this is required reading in most computer science classes:
So we’re thrilled to announce that we’re now helping student developers find internships on Stack Overflow Jobs.
These positions are perfect for students looking for those last-minute summer opportunities. And if you don’t need a summer gig, come back in a few months because we’ll have listings for fall internships as the new school year draws near.
Here are a few of the companies looking for developer interns right now. You can see the full list here.
HBC Digital, in New York City, is hiring a Gilt Software Engineer Intern whose primary responsibility will be “to build something end to end. You’ll be writing a lot of code and learning a ton about our technology stack. All the while you’ll receive mentoring and guidance from a team of our engineers.”
HBC Digital requires that you be in the process of pursuing a BS or MS in Computer Science or a related field, and have the ability to “code well” in at least one language (even if it’s not one they’re currently using). Apply here.
Located in South Jordan, Utah, Ivanti builds software for IT operations. They’re looking for an intern who is “actively pursuing an education in Computer Science or similar field of study” to work with a scrum team developing enterprise level software.
In particular, this internship will involve translating manual test cases and scenarios into automation tests using both commercial and in-house automation solutions.
Requirements include experience with C#/.Net and a proven ability to write test cases and use defect tracking tools like Microsoft Test Manager.
Apply to this internship here.
“Ally’s Technology Early Talent Program is a 12-month experience designed to uncover your potential, advance your technical skills and jumpstart your career in technology. As a participant in this program, you will have the opportunity to grow your experience and education while making a measurable impact on how Ally does business.”
This immersive bootcamp experience in Charlotte, NC for recent graduates in technical fields gives participants an opportunity to work on real-world projects and receive mentoring and career development support.
Learn more about the Ally Financial Early Talent Program here.
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Technology Interns at Liberty Mutual work alongside professional developers; this role is meant for an undergraduate student who will perform work typically done by an entry-level, professional employee. It pays $18-$25 per hour and is available in multiple locations including Seattle, Indianapolis, and Boston.
Internships are available in software development, data analytics, and information security and requirements include enrollment in a bachelor’s program in Computer Science or related field.
Learn more about Liberty Mutual’s internship programs here.
Are you a student developer? How often do you use Stack Overflow? And are you looking for internships now, or will you be in the fall? Let us know in the comments!
And be sure to bookmark our Internships page and check back this summer for fall positions!