Twitter announces registration for global internship program for university students

By Shaheryar Ehsan on
August 16, 2019
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Twitter’s Global Internship Program 2020 is now accepting applications from students worldwide. The 6 to 12 weeks internship program is aimed at solving problems and real-world issues to improve Twitter and its core products such as Periscope. There are more than 14 teams targeting different segments where you can apply for as an intern.

The Early Bird Registration deadline is 3rd November 2019 whereas the applications will close next year in March. The various team portfolios include Design and Research, Data Science and Analytics, Finance, Marketing and Communications to name a few. Students from 2nd year of Bachelors can apply in the Twitter Academy whereas 3rd year and onwards students can apply in the #DesignYourCareer Internship.

If you are worried about visa and immigration procedures, Twitter’s team will assist you to get work authorization for the internships. The internships program is held in all seasons, Summer, Spring and Fall. Twitter is also offering a co-op program which provides academic credit for job experience. You will be putting your skills to the test as you work through various problem statements and try to find their solution while working in one of the biggest social media companies on the planet.

To apply, you have to fill out the Smart Recruiters form here and submit your CV in PDF form. You will be asked to specify if you need a work sponsorship to stay in the country where you have applied for. You have to select a total of 3 locations from Twitter’s offices which are located in San Francisco, Boston, New York, Boulder, Seattle, London, and Singapore.

The interview process involves 2 phases, first is via phone or video conference and second is in person or via video conference. This is assuming that a Twitter Team has shortlisted you for their internship program.

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