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Intern in Software Development
Are you a college student looking for an internship in the software industry? This is the place for you!
Medapoint (www.medapoint.com) is a small and friendly startup in Austin that’s growing fast. We specialize in web-based software (Billing and Dispatch) for public and private ambulance transport services.
What do our interns do?
As a Medapoint Intern in Software Development you will be given a real project to work on that will ship as a part of one of our products. You will receive mentoring from the team, and learn about the software development industry from the experts. We’re a small company, so you’ll see everything that goes into software—not just code, but testing, marketing, sales, documentation, customer support, and user interface design—stuff you would never learn at a bigger company.
- Excellent command of written and spoken English
- Currently enrolled in a 4 year academic institution. Preference will be given to students between their Junior and Senior years.
- Top grades or a track record of success
- Permanent legal right to work in the United States (includes TN status)
- Significant coursework in Computer Science (major not required)
- Top-notch computer programming skills. During the interview we’ll give you some coding problems and you will blow us away with your brilliant solutions.
- The position is in our office in Austin, Texas. No telecommuting.
- Internships last between 10 and 12 weeks.
- Coops are also available in the fall and spring semesters
- Based on skill, performance, and potential you could be offered a position after the summer.
How to apply:
For confidential consideration, please email your resume AND answers to the questionnaire below to email@example.com. Completed applications will be reviewed within 10 business days.
- List some websites that you often use. What are the features you like about these websites? What do you not like about the websites?
- What have you coded lately? Please send url, github information etc.
- What development tools do you like to use?
- Tell us about a time when you have learned something on your own outside of class. What was your approach?
- Why do you like to code – what drives you?