Spend your summer in Missoula, Montana.
Submittable is looking for students with exceptional software development skills to work alongside our development team for the summer of 2018. We are looking for candidates with unique skills that help us solve a business need. For example:
You are familiar with machine learning and would like to help us build recommendations based on the works that writers submit to publishers.
You are passionate about natural language processing and would be interested in analyzing the text of millions of literary works.
You are great with SQL and C# and want to help us build internal REST APIs that power the app and scale to handle tens of thousands of daily visitors.
We are open to other ideas, too, if you have a unique skill set that could contribute. Tell us your ideas!
What can you expect in return?
This is a paid fellowship. We can also set up college credit if needed.
Great experience building real products used by millions of people.
You’ll work with a smart, friendly, and thoughtful team that is eager to help you grow and succeed.
Future possibilities - We are a growing company, and we enjoy introducing great developers to our friends.
What past fellows are saying:
It was the perfect opportunity to use the skills I had learned in college and to work in an environment where you're truly needed, while learning more and more every day. - Nicole Hermoso
The Submittable fellowship gives you the opportunity to go deep in your area of interest and ship code that will have a big impact on users. You will also have access to high quality engineers who are eager to mentor and provide assistance. Submittable is a great environment for anyone interested in technology and entrepreneurship. - Simon Orlovsky @simonthebarber
It was an amazing opportunity to learn about software development outside of a classroom and to advance my skills as a developer. - Austin Herron
As a product used globally, we're very motivated to hire and support fellows who are representative of different and diverse backgrounds and experiences, including but not limited to diversity of ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, religion, ability, culture, and socioeconomics.