The 50 startups you should apply to in 2020
We’re kicking off Intel this week with an announcement from Uncubed HQ. In order to create impactful change using our platform, we’ve partnered with NPower, an organization that creates digital careers for military veterans and young adults from underserved communities. You can learn more about our partnership in this blog post from Uncubed CEO Chris Johnson.
Let’s try “My Summer Plans” for $600, Alex
Lyft and Dropbox are searching for software engineering interns for Summer 2021. You can hail an application for the ridesharing service here, and students who prefer collaboration tools can drop their applications here.
Be a force in data science sales (remote)
Domino Data Lab is hiring a Business Development Representative with 1-4 years of sales experience to grow its enterprise clientele.
Working remotely, you’ll focus on top-of-funnel lead generation while getting a firsthand look at how analytics and data science products are used by Fortune 500 companies.
Because “I’m building the world’s most powerful computer” is a great icebreaker
Rigetti Computing is hiring a Junior Process Engineer with up to 5 years of experience to help build cloud-deployed quantum computers.
Candidates must have hands-on experience using semiconductor tools, and a working knowledge of SPC, root-cause fixes, and/or the application of containment solutions like Six Sigma or 8D is a huge plus.
Townsquare in search of townspeople
Townsquare Interactive is a digital marketing company that helps small business owners get discovered online and grow their businesses.
Planning your future? Pay attention to these startups.
2020 has been an unprecedented year across industries, but several startups have risen to the challenge, which means they might be a great place to target in your job search.
One such place? Uncubed partner Better.com, which was awarded the #1 spot in LinkedIn’s Top Startups 2020.
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