Readyforce, the leading career network for college students, is the easiest way for students to launch amazing careers. Focusing on engineering students since 2013, the Readyforce network connects students to influential business leaders, powerful campus programs, engaging networking events, and exciting jobs and internships at cool start-ups and innovative companies of all sizes. Readyforce is backed by Menlo Ventures, US Venture Partners, Pivot North, Founder Collective and First Round Capital.
Our team cares about user experience, product design and creating a surprising and delightful experience.
Our team loves to ship and works hard.
Every one on our team has strong opinions about what (and how) we build product (even the back end engineers!). We believe empowered engineers create amazing product.
We are solving the job matching problem - connecting people to jobs they love. Our approach is part Hackernews, part eHarmony, part Linkedin, part Skype. Yes, we know that is lots of parts that’s why you need to be wicked smart to work here.
We are starting off by matching engineering college students to technology companies. We are 8 people in San Francisco, including 1 magical Romanian.
At Readyforce, we are building the leading career network for college students and making it easier for students to launch amazing careers. Our software has helped facilitate over 10,000 connections between engineering students and hiring companies, resulting in thousands of interviews, internships, and jobs. The Readyforce internship is a chance to contribute to these efforts.
Software engineering interns at Readyforce take on a variety of projects. Our development team is full of both specialists and generalists, and we are looking for students who want to significantly contribute to these efforts. On the product side, we recently transitioned from SQL to MongoDB and rewrote our backend from PHP to Python with Django framework.
What we look for: ● Desire to learn, inquisitiveness, and independence ● Strong background in computer science ● Passion for making the internship and job process suck less for students ● Kindness and maturity