CarMax is America's largest used-car retailer and a Fortune 500 company. The corporate entity behind the formation of CarMax was Circuit City Stores, Inc.



Looks For

CarMax employees pride themselves of their transparency, integrity, and their unwavering focus on doing what's right. They are looking for honest, curious, and driven individuals to join their team.

History of


In 1993, the first CarMax used car lot opened in Richmond, Virginia. Now, CarMax has more than 215 stores nationwide and has sold more than 830,000 used cars and more than 465,000 wholesale vehicles at its in-store auctions as of 2020. CarMax has been recognized for 16 consecutive years as one of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For.


Internship Programs

CarMax offers 10-week summer internships in a variety of roles such as Accounting, Business Analysis, Technology, and more. Their program is structured to help you meet your personal and professional goals, and the organization takes a genuine interest in the interns throughout, heavily considering their skills and interests when placing interns on teams. Pay is competitive, coworkers are hardworking and passionate, and there is an emphasis on meaningful work as well as work-life balance.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Human Resources / People / Talent
Customer Support / Success
Android Development
Office Locations
Atlanta, GA
Austin, TX
Baltimore, MD
Charlotte, NC
Indianapolis, IN
Miami, FL
Nashville, TN
Portland, OR
San Diego, CA
Richmond, VA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Junior or Senior
  • Meaningful work
  • Best in class training opportunities
  • Work-life balance
  • Competitive pay
  • 401k matching


Interview Process

The process could take anywhere from one week to one month, and a majority of people had a positive experience during the process

1. Initial Phone Screen

The first step of the process is a brief conversation with a recruiter or HR to go over your background and interests. This will be used to screen applicants and decide who should be moved to the next round.

2. Onsite Day

The onsite round of interviews typically takes about half the day and consists of around four interviews. Candidates will be shown around the campus and facilities and asked behavioral questions as well as technical questions, such as math/case problems. Of the four interviews, usually one is a panel case, two are one-on-one cases, and one is behavioral.