Product Intern (Summer 2020)
The Galactic Reddit Academy (aka Reddit’s internship program) is ready for liftoff, and we need Product Interns to join our crew!
Are you a budding Product Manager with a dream of both working on a beloved product with a massive user base and browsing r/catsstandingup at work? You're in the right place! Reddit is in search of Product interns to join us next summer (and we guarantee you'll get to do some of both!).
We're a community of over 330 million active users, with a mission of helping people of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds discover places where they can be their true selves.
At Reddit, you'll get to:
Work on projects that impact the business. You'll gain exposure to how an experienced product team works, from sprint planning to launching new features.
Contribute to the betterment of Reddit, whether that be through fostering new and existing communities, building out our ads platform, delivering relevant new content to our users, or a number of other projects we have in the works.
Be mentored by experienced Product Managers from all backgrounds. From Google to Twitter, and Pinterest to Zynga, you'll work with Product Managers of many different experiences and levels.
Come to work every day at our San Francisco office, complete with catered breakfast and lunch, free snacks, a rooftop terrace, and easy access to downtown San Francisco.
Make Reddit history as one of our first ever Product Interns. Be part of a brand new community, earn piles of sweet Reddit swag and get to know the city during sponsored outings over the course of the summer.
If you fit the following criteria, we'd love to hear from you:
- A desire to work at Reddit HQ in San Francisco over Summer 2020
- Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field, or Master of Business Administration
- Graduating between December 2020 and Summer 2021
- You have a history of building things
- Authorization to work in the United States
- You’re over the age of 18
- You’re comfortable finding a path forward in ambiguous situations
- You’re an active user of Reddit and are familiar with the aspects of the service
In lieu of a cover letter, please submit responses to these questions:
- How do you explain Reddit to someone who doesn't already understand it? Go through the onboarding flow for a new Reddit user. What about it would you change to make it easier to understand for someone who isn't already familiar with Reddit?
- Explain something that you know well, but most people don't know. This can be a concept, a skill, a sport, etc. Why is it something worth caring about? What's something about it that could be ten times better?
Join Reddit and help build the front page of the internet.