We're looking for talented interns to join our team at 37signals
in the summer of 2023. Our interns don't fetch coffee or file paperwork – they get to work on meaningful projects relating to our popular products, Basecamp
. They will learn new skills, make an impact on our customers, and leave having accomplished something significant. It's a great way to kick-start a career!
The deadline for applying is February 10, 2023
.How our internships work
As an intern you'll work alongside an experienced mentor, someone who is there to answer all your questions and help you navigate your projects. You'll be treated as a full-time member of the team, participating in our Shape Up
process throughout the summer.
Everyone at 37signals works fully remotely
, including our interns. We are open to applicants from across the Americas, Africa and Europe. The internships are full time, on a 4-day week basis, and they will run from 5th June - 1st September 2023
We have three internships available in 2023. They are:Web Programming
Our stack is modern Ruby on Rails
, and our web programmers are full-stack generalists. We'd love to hear from candidates who already have experience with The Rails Way
, but we also welcome applications from people who have experience in similar environments such as Python and Django
. You should be able to demonstrate experience of working on a real app. This could be something from a college class, a personal side project, or contributions to existing open source projects. We'd love to see what you've created!SIP (Security, Infrastructure, Performance)
Our SIP team are full-stack Ruby on Rails generalists who primarily focus on the back-end. SIP support our web product teams with performance optimizations, security enhancements and tools to assist our internal teams. SIP work with Ruby, as well as MySQL, Redis and third party APIs. For this internship we're looking for candidates who can demonstrate experience with working on a real app or library using Ruby – show us what you've built!Ops
We’re less concerned with how much Ops-specific knowledge you have and more interested in your ability to problem-solve and adapt, and most critically, learn. Familiarity with Linux, Ruby and running web applications is a big plus, as is an interest in the Ops arena of problems and how systems are put together.
We’re in the middle of a transition from AWS to our own co-located, on-premise infrastructure, and we’ve always
got something that we are interested in exploring.About you
There are a few key things we value in our interns: