Software Engineering Internship at Stream.io
What you will do: You’ll be imbedded in a team of programmers, working on their streaming feed technology.
Why you want the internship: Stream graduated from Techstars, so you know it's going places. Plus, the founders of Stream are Dutch and they maintain offices here and in Amsterdam; which just makes the whole thing that much cooler.
Who they want: Someone who has around a year of experience with Python, NodeJS, Rails, PHP or Data Science.
Customer Success Intern at CommercialTribe
What you will do: You’re going to make sure that CommercialTribe’s clients are successful. Basically, you’ll be an Account Executive-Lite.
Why you want the internship: There’s a possibility, assuming you knock it out of the park, that CommercialTribe will advance this position into a full time role. And, CommercialTribe is a fun place to work.
Who they want: Someone with some college experience in marketing, communications or business.
Marketing Intern at Choozle
What you will do: You’ll work with the Marketing Manager to help plan and execute marketing campaigns.
Why you want the internship: You will get to work with just about every level of Choozle’s organization, and by the end of your internship you’ll have a solid grasp on digital media and advertising — which is priceless.
Who they want: They’re looking for an undergraduate student who is majoring in Sales, Marketing or Advertising.
Communications Intern at Pyxl
What you will do: You’ll be writing digital content, doing research and monitoring brands as well as performing some administrative and organizational tasks.
Why you want the internship: This is a paid internship. Need I say more?
Who they want: A self starter who has a passion for writing and creative marketing.
OSS Research Intern at OpenLogic
What you will do: You’ll work on a team of open source auditors to help ensure open source software license compliance. Don’t worry, training is going to be provided.
Why you want the internship: This is a great opportunity to explore the world of open source software.
Who they want: Someone working on a Computer Science degree that has at least a basic understanding of a programming language.