Want to join us?
Three things you must have before you apply for an Internship at YoungInnovations
1. A strong, clean and relevant CV - if it isn’t relevant, take it out!
2. Strong basic technical knowledge in your area of interest (software development, design, data analysis or your area of specialization).
3. Strong interest in your chosen area and unlimited enthusiasm to learn. Priority will be given to those who have individual projects they can present alongside their CV.
Note: Individual projects other than mandatory college projects are preferred.
Why should you intern at YoungInnovations?
Tailored objectives, set just for you [including in-house training]
Support and coaching from our senior team
A learning environment
Daily delicious lunch provided
Basic travel expenses/stipend
Five-day working week
Possibility of flexible timing to accommodate your academic requirements
Possibility of full-time employment at end of internship
Socials, retreats, team dinners
How to apply?
Complete one of the challenges based on your area of interest.
Fill in our Internship Applications
We’ll review your submitted assignment and your CV
You attend an in-person interview
If all goes well, you join us!
Thoughts from our interns
Aneem PratabanshaDeveloper, Intern
Before joining, I was very much impressed by the uniqueness of YoungInnovations and also its mission for global development. I was very enthusiastic about being a part of an organization driven by youth spirit, where skills and growth are highly valued. Now, after being a part of YoungInnovations, I know that this has been one of the best experiences in my career. At YoungInnovations, I am amazed to see in action the synergy of cross-domain experts collaborating together for common goal.
Sunny ShresthaDesigner, Intern
YoungInnovations has changed me so much for the better when it comes to understanding key professional skills like communication and time management. These are things you rarely learn in college; but here I get to work in an environment where everyone celebrates learning! Being encouraged to ask questions of your (cooperative and very experienced!) seniors is very cool!
Bikram TuladharDeveloper, Intern
YI has taught me to continuously focus on my strengths and weakness. While I was careful during coding and took proper steps, I did begin to understand the multifaceted nature of programming language and how much skill is needed to be called up on any given day. Over the course of short time, I went from unknown outsider to a contributing member in the tight knit community. I also witnessed how important it is for naive programmer to have such a wonderful place to take first steps to begin a career and feel supported by helpful colleagues.