Bandwidth’s summer
internship program

Be a headliner, not a roadie

Want to stand out? #jointheband and be the star of the show!

Set the stage for a rewarding career

As an intern, you’ll work alongside our full-time employees—taking on the same challenges, working side by side with some of the smartest people in the industry, and collaborating on projects that are changing how people communicate.

Apply now
Bandwidth interns playing a game during spirit week

Enjoy plenty of learning opportunities, with a healthy dose of fun

The Intern Program includes events like our executive speaker series, spirit week, volunteering and end of Summer presentations.

Gain professional development and networking

You’ll get regular performance feedback, opportunities to own projects, resume review sessions, etc. is also included!

“My internship gave me a first-hand view of what it’s like to work within a software dev team. I got to do meaningful work, while also networking with experienced pros.”

Alex Wigger
Software Development Intern, joined Bandwidth as a full time Software Developer
Megan Snyder headshot

“My Bandwidth internship was not only memorable, but it provided me with the experience, skills and mentorship necessary within my first full time role.

Megan Snyder
Internal Communications Intern

Find an internship that
matches your interests

  • Software Development
  • Sales & Marketing
  • IT/Technology
  • Operations
  • Project & Product Management
  • Business Analysis
  • People Services
  • Solution Architecture
  • Research and Development
  • Network & Product Operations
  • NOC (Network Operation Center)
  • TAC (Technical Assistance Center)
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be enrolled in an accredited university or college
  • Must be available 40 hours/week during the internship
  • Must provide your own transportation
  • Selected candidates will have the opportunity to apply for subsidized housing
  • Internships are offered onsite at our Raleigh, NC and Denver, CO office locations
  • Applicants must be human (sorry, no exceptional Golden Retrievers)