Internship FAQs

On this page, you can find answers to the most frequently asked questions pertaining to our internship program.


Will the internship be remote?

Yes, it will.

How my schedule will be organized?

Your schedule will be flexible as long as you finish your task and participate in the team’s activities. We use Slack and Asana for team collaboration and project management.

What is a quality that past successful interns have had?

Proactivity

How much of an impact will AI have on the world in the next 50 years?

This is an interesting question! You are welcome to ask it in our interviews with AI thought leaders and innovators.

How much experience and knowledge will I leave with?

The internships provide a platform that you can leverage to grow your experience and network. Ultimately, how much you will learn depends on your commitment, engagement and initiative.

What does a day look like for one of your interns?

Each of the interns usually has weekly goals and priorities and they can choose how to organize their schedule to reach the goals. You can read about current and past interns’ experiences here.

Will the internship be paid?

The internships are unpaid. Interns are compensated in knowledge, mentorship, and valuable real-world experience. Class credit can be earned.

What is the minimum duration required for the internship?

We require a 3-month duration at least.

What is the difference in the duration of the internship (3 to 6 months) ? Why should I go for a longer internship?

Interns may choose to stay longer to gain more experience in different areas of the business and/or become team leaders.

When should I expect to hear back from you?

We do process applications fast. Qualified applicants can expect to receive an answer from us within 2-3 business days.

Will there be employment opportunities at the company after the internship?

One of our goals is to be able to offer employment opportunities to all the interns who are a good match for the company. The projects that we are working on are aimed at enabling this.