Are you a student in Canada looking for an internship that will not only provide you with invaluable experience but also have a global impact, literally affecting millions of people worldwide? Look no further!
My team at IBM is offering a range of internship positions starting in January, and we want you to be a part of our team. This isn’t just another internship; it’s a life-changing opportunity that comes highly recommended by every intern we’ve ever had.
Before you get too excited, let’s make sure you meet the following criteria:
- You must be a student in Canada.
- You must be legally allowed to work in Canada.
- Your educational institution must be okay with long-ish internships.
- You must be willing to relocate to Markham/Toronto for the duration of the internship.
- You must be passionate about technology.
Here’s how to get started:
- Apply for one or more jobs listed below.
- (Optional but recommended) Send me your resume and a message on LinkedIn once step 1 is completed.
- I will shortlist the most promising candidates and schedule interviews with them.
- Those who do great during the first 30-minute technical interview will move to a second interview.
- This second interview is not technical at all and it’s mostly about you learning about our team, what we do, why we do it, and what the job will look like. It’s also an opportunity for you to ask as many questions as you wish.
- We make our selection. That’s it. No gruesome rounds of interviews. No questions about an arcane algorithm you learned 3 years ago and no stupid questions about golf balls in New York City.
- Software Developer (January – August 2024)
- Software Developer (January 2024 – May 2025)
- Data Scientist (January – August 2024)
- UX Designer (January – August 2024)
- Growth Marketer (January – August 2024)
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to work at IBM, where your contributions will be used by millions of people worldwide. Apply now and take the first step towards a fulfilling and impactful career!
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