We’re on a mission to make programming more accessible by building the best, simplest, and fastest coding environment. Replit is a place to not only learn and practice programming but also to collaborate and ship applications.
Some of the highest-impact work at Replit has come from people who are just starting in their careers. That’s why we’re inviting students in their last year of school, bootcamp grads, and those that are self-taught to apply for an internship in software engineering.
After ramping up for two weeks, interns will join a team and contribute to the core product. Each intern will receive guidance from a dedicated mentor and their team. Past projects include adding audio to repls, threads, adding R support to the Universal Package Manager, prototyping Arduino-on-Replit, creating marketing materials, and managing our first Replit Ventures. We expect interns to dedicate 40 hours per week for 12-16 weeks to their work.
We expect some professional experience for this position (e.g., previous internship, significant contributions to an open-source project, freelancing, etc.). You should be ready to make real contributions to Replit, and high performers will be evaluated for full-time positions upon graduation.
Replit is a fully-distributed company, and all internships are remote. We expect interns’ working day to include 10a-2p Pacific Time Monday-Friday.
To achieve our mission of making programming more accessible around the world, we need our team to be representative of the world. We welcome your unique perspective and experiences in shaping this product. We encourage people from all kinds of backgrounds to apply, including and especially candidates from underrepresented and non-traditional backgrounds.
– Your application will not be considered unless you complete the code challenge in under 1-hour and you did not copy and paste your solution.
– Include the Join link rather than the regular URL. The Join link is found in the upper right-hand corner of your repl by clicking Invite.