3 Summer Internships You Don't Wanna Miss

SummerSummer internship season is just kicking off! Are you tired of hearing your friends and family ask about you summer job plans? Well don’t panic if you haven’t found your perfect internship yet, because there are still plenty of awesome companies recruiting for their summer internship programs.

Below are a few that you don’t want to miss.

Top Hat Monocle – Campus Business Development Associate

Top Hat Monocle is a web-based classroom response system that’s revolutionizing the way students and professors communicate with each other in class. They’re looking for a few awesome students to expand their real time mobile app across college campuses. This position is perfect for a student staying on campus and taking classes for the summer!

The perks aren’t bad either: sales commission, work remotely, weekly video conferencing with top-notch Silicon Valley thought leaders, an awesome letter of recommendation and the opportunity for a full-time position for the right candidate.


MyGengo – Marketing Internship & Project Management Internship

As technology makes the world feel closer, our need to communicate with each other becomes that much more important. MyGengo provides high-volume language translation services for businesses to reach global customers. Their business isn’t the only thing that’s global, so are their internship! Students can choose from Marketing or Project Management Internships in their San Mateo, California or Tokyo, Japan offices.

Perks: Paid, get your foot in the door at a growing start up and the chance to learn from an awesome team, compensation, housing stipend (Tokyo) and the opportunity to take ownership of projects and ideas.


Twilio – Community and Marketing Content Intern

Twilio is a well-funded (Bessemer Venture Partners, Union Square Ventures, 500 Startups, Mitch Kapor & more) San Francisco-based startup with a pay-as-you-go service that empowers developers to build voice and SMS apps. They’re looking to hire a budding social media guru as an intern on their Marketing team. The ideal candidate is a great writer, knows a thing or two about APIs, comfortable with HTML, social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Quora) and has a blog of their own to prove it.

Perks: Paid, an Amazon Kindle on your first day, catered lunches, commuter benefits and awesome equipment to work on (Apple hardware) – just to name a few!


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Nathan Parcells

Nathan is VP of Marketing at Looksharp and has helped the site grow to over 10 million students and 30,000 employers. He has written for Forbes, HuffingtonPost, VentureBeat and more on how to get hired out of school. Nathan loves working with students to figure out their ideal career path.

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