Internships at MDG

Meteor Development Group, San Francisco

The open source company for JavaScript and GraphQL

Work on exciting, high-profile code with mentorship from experienced developers who are eager to share their passion for their work. We're an open source company and what we do is visible to developers across the world.

During your internship, we'll help you prepare conference and meetup talks, write blog posts for our open source publications, and (of course) collaborate in our public codebases with your Github account. Our goal is to support you in making a big impact on our company goals, make sure you get public credit for all your work, and hopefully help you in learning a ton on the way.

During your internship you'll be a full member of our R&D team. You'll help design and plan what we build, talk to our customers, collaborate with our open source community, and ultimately ship critical features to our open source libraries and commercial products.

We look for students (high schoolers, undergrads, and PhD candidates all welcome) excited to work on cutting-edge projects with a world-class team. Most internships are June - August, but we welcome interns throughout the year. All internships are in our San Francisco office. In addition to salary, we provide a housing stipend and cover travel arrangements for the summer.

Check out this page to hear from our 2017 interns about their experience!
MDG is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace dedicated to pursuing and hiring a talented and diverse workforce.

About Meteor Development Group

Meteor is the JavaScript App Platform setting the standard for modern cloud/client architectures for mobile and web. Meteor's JavaScript based framework is making app development radically simple for developers everywhere. The open source Meteor project is overseen by San Francisco-based Meteor Development Group, backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Matrix Partners, Y Combinator, and individual investors. Meteor was created in 2012 by Geoff Schmidt, Nick Martin, and Matt DeBergalis.

Meteor Development Group

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