We’re pleased to announce Blend’s Education Exchange Program, our new mentorship program, which will take place from January to May 2020. If chosen, you’ll be paired one-on-one with a member of our team. Through regular conversations, you’ll have a dedicated resource to help you with your own work and lend an inside look at our industry.
For mentorships, we’re accepting applications for developers and web managers of all stripes, from those just starting out in college to those who have started working with code later in their careers. To apply, please send a short essay as to why you feel you’d be a great fit for the program to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, November 29.
What about an internship?
Blip is Blend’s Little Internship Program, where our chosen intern will work closely with the team on various Blend projects and real client work.
We’ll treat you as one of our team. That means you’ll see what it’s really like to work at a web development firm. You’ll get a glimpse of how projects flow, how we communicate with clients, and how we collaborate with each other. We also eat lots of treats.
For our internship, candidates must be either a graduate student; a 3rd- or 4th-year undergraduate student; or have graduated from college within 12 months of beginning the internship. Our interns are expected to work between 20 and 40 hours a week during an 8- to 12-week internship period. Interns may receive academic credit if an agreement is made between Blend Interactive and your college or university. Our internship is also a paid position.
If you’re interested in becoming a BLIP intern, please send your resume with cover letter to email@example.com by Friday, February 21.
“The best part about being an intern at Blend is that you really don’t feel like you’re an intern.
Everybody treats you like you’re part of the team. I feel like I’ve learned more in my two summers as a BLIP intern than in all of my programming courses at school combined.”
“The amount of cohesion between all divisions is truly innovative and makes for a great working atmosphere.
All the work I have done has a purpose, and is used every day! The internship both challenged me and helped me grow to be a better developer.”