Join a startup to develop InsurTech applications. Simply put, InsurTech makes insurance easier for people to use. Interns will be placed on a small team and choose tasks from our product roadmap to work on. Interns are also obligated to study course material and additional resources to achieve the core learning objective: Front-End Development, Responsive Design, Back-End Development, Web API, Software Documentation and Testing. Each week an intern will have both a learning and working assignment.
This is an educational focused unpaid internship. By the end of the internship, the intern will be comfortable with full-stack development and working with web APIs. Here is the orientation slide show containing an outline of what interns will learn over the semester: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1G1RGAQGHMjDN1lcpnJafCLlTTOyq1j-uQPVYob-7h6Q/edit?usp=sharing
We are looking for someone who is self-driven, self-disciplined, analytical, and always trying to learn. Your supervisor is Toe Arkar. He is an experienced full stack developer with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. He has created many web applications from scratch. Throughout the internship he will provide workshops and training to improve your skills for your career.
Both full-time and part-time hours are available. We expect a minimum of 15 hours a week. After that, we are flexible with hours to fulfill school requirements. During the first two weeks, interns will be trained over several meetings. Interns will be given a handbook to help them learn the application, code, and tools needed to fulfill the project and achieve learning objectives. There will be at least one meeting a week with the supervisor and more for team and training purposes as needed. Interns may work together on assignments and projects.
This is a remote-based internship which means that meetings and work will have no definite location or office hours. This means that interns will need to find a consistent 30-minute time slot in their schedule to meet each week. We will use Discord for communication and video calls.
-Computer Major or Minor (CIT, CS…)
-15 hours per week
1) Review Application
2) Non-Technical Interview from Walter (HR)
3) Technical Assignment
4) Technical Interview from Toe (Lead Developer)