Pursue Growth With a Software Engineering Internship at Sonatype

What does “pursue growth” mean to you? At Sonatype, it’s one of our core values and it means that we’re not only focusing on the growth of the company itself but the professional and personal development of our employees as well. The world is reaping the benefits of open source software at an ever-increasing rate, and our mission has always been to help developers do their jobs faster and better. That simply wouldn’t be possible without championing the pursuit of growth in all areas at Sonatype.

The current version of our software engineering internship program was created because we believe that Sonatype is the best environment for passionate learners to pursue growth and experience the complexity of modern software development.

Sonatype’s software engineering internship program is a win-win for everyone involved

Our internship program matches learners with Sonatype employees who can help them explore their passions and hone their skills. We’ve made it our mission to empower the next generation of software developers with the ability to detect, manage, and remediate emerging risks. Our interns aren’t just here to get coffee (as the general stereotype goes), the students who share our passion for better software development bring vital new ideas and energy to the teams they join. Every single person that comes into our program is there because we saw their drive and promise.

In return, interns at Sonatype get the space to explore new perspectives and collaborate with like-minded professionals who respect authenticity and champion diversity. And as a growth organization, we advocate opportunities across the company both during the internship and after.

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How the software engineering internship program works

We match learners with their team at Sonatype based on two important things: the (Read more...)

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