Facebook University for Data Analytics (FBU Analytics) is a paid, eight-week summer internship program that consists of training and hands-on project experience guided by a Facebook mentor. The program is designed to provide early-career exposure to students who are historically underrepresented in this field. The internship will comment in June 2021. The deadline is on 30 November 2020.
Apply for Facebook University Internship
Facebook University is a hands-on, immersive internship program that enables students from underrepresented communities to get to know Facebook’s people, products and services.
Interns will work on data-intensive analysis for a particular product or business at Facebook.
The Analytics team is looking for fast-moving candidates who want to make an impact and are interested in Data Engineering or Data Science.
Interns will participate in an Analytics development training course and work on a team with coaching from an intern manager to complete and present a final project. You will apply current programming knowledge (in SQL, R, Python, or other programming language) and learn new technologies.
All interns will receive benefits, including competitive salary, round-trip airfare to your work location, intern housing or monthly housing stipend, complimentary breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, bike rental, and access to employee shuttles.
The application window opens on October 15, 2020 and closes on November 30, 2020.
- Currently enrolled as a 2nd year student in a 4-year BA/BS in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Operations Research, Engineering, or related technical field, at a university
- Some exposure (academic, work, or personal) to a programming language (Python, SQL, Java, and/or C++)
- Some development experience in at least one scripting language (PHP, Perl, Python, etc.)
Find out more about Facebook University Summer Internship.
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