NVIDIA designs products that transform the way people work and play. Their technology impacts the visual experience in video game development, film production, space exploration, and automotive design. A Summer Internship in NVIDIA can be a splendid experience! Let’s explore further.
What does NVIDIA’s Internship offer?
They are looking for passionate, hard-working and creative people to help tackle some of these big challenges. Their internship program is for students who want a high-impact experience with a lot of rewards. Interns work on real projects, side by side with some of the brightest minds in the industry. It’s an exciting experience that gives you the opportunity to share their passion for parallel and visual computing.
Systems and Applications
Applicants must be working toward a BS, MS, or PhD in EE, CS, CE, or a related field.
MBA students seeking internships with Nvidia, please visit their MBA Internship page.
How to Apply:
1. Submit your resume in Word, PDF, or text format to the adress mentioned on official firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also apply via your LinkedIn profile.
2. Attend a NVIDIA Information Session or visit them at their Career Fair.
Please note: If NVIDIA hasn’t scheduled any events at a place near you, you are invited to submit your resume directly to email@example.com for an internship position with them.
As an intern at Nvidia, you get:
World Class Benefits:
NVIDIANs are part of a unique culture that expects excellence and, at the same time, recognises the whole individual, not just the person at work.
Hassle Free Transportation:
If you plan to fly, we’ll provide you with a roundtrip airline ticket to and from your NVIDIA location. NVIDIA has its own travel department who will work with you to plan your trip. If you are taking the scenic route and driving here, we will reimburse you for gas and travel expenses.
Housing and Relocation Stipend:
You will receive a stipend to assist you with some of your temporary living expenses. The stipend is a benefit only extended to interns and co-ops.
Interns are invited to special events sponsored by NVIDIA or their particular group. It’s a great way to meet other people at NVIDIA outside of work and it is always nice to take a break.
Intern orientation and mentoring:
During your first week at NVIDIA, you’ll be oriented to your job and to NVIDIA in general. You’ll be teamed up with a full-time mentor from your group who will show you around, help you get acquainted, give you advice, and help you get the most out of your internship.
This is a paid internship. The money is comparable with other internships in the industry. Overall, the total benefits package is unique compared to many technology companies.
Employee Assistance Program:
NVIDIA’s EAP provides you with professional, private and confidential services through a network of qualified counsellors and resources. CONCERN professionals will assess, advise, and recommend options to help you with a variety of services, including financial counselling, career management, stress and relationship issues.
The advantage of working with great people:
At NVIDIA, an intern is given the opportunity to work with some of the most brilliant people in the industry. By hiring and retaining the industry’s top talent (that includes you!), NVIDIA offers a rewarding, exciting place to work, creating an environment where talents are recognised and collaboration is valued.
The aftermath- be patient and wait for it.
NVIDIA initially shortlists candidates based on their CGPAs, skills, experience and the interview. After you apply, all you can do is wait and hope for the best.
The shortlisted candidates are called for a telephonic interview which lasts for 30-45 minutes. This is followed by an in-office interview which consists of both technical and HR questions. Technical questions mostly pertain to the individual projects which you had done in the past. HR questions are mainly focused on your behavioural competency with the company.
Go ahead, apply to this lucrative opportunity! Let us know your views in the comments. And in the meantime, explore our own range of offerings for summer internships in 2018.