Credit Karma is a personal finance company that offers free access to credit data and offers tax preparation and other financial services.
Credit Karma values out-of-the-box and innovative thinking. “Karmanauts” tend to have big dreams, be up for a challenge, and be excited to explore previously uncharted territory in the planet of finance.
Credit Karma was founded in 2007 and is best known for their free credit score reporting and financial management platform, but they also offer free tax preparation services and more. They have over 100 million members and are dedicated to giving the public free access to the tools, education, and opportunities needed to make the financial process simpler.
The Credit Karma Internship Program is a paid, 10- to 14-week program located either in San Francisco, CA or Charlotte, NC. During the program, interns are integrated into a team where they work on various projects to help Credit Karma fulfill its mission. Interns also have the opportunity to participate in weekly cohort meetings, team outings, events, and engage in discussions with Credit Karma leadership.
Typically 2-3 phases, consists mostly of behavioral questions, some about preferences and values. There will be more technical questions, perhaps an assessment, for the technical positions.
After you submit your application, there will typically be 1 or 2 initial phone screenings to go over your resume and quickly screen you to see if you're potentially a good fit and ready for the next step.
This interview will be with a team member or multiple team members to test your fit and go over your resume. Questions are mostly standard, behavioral questions, but there may be more technical questions for technical positions, such as for the Software Engineering internship position.
Reach out to your alumni network or employees via LinkedIn and see if they can offer you insight into Credit Karma and the interview process.
Do research on Credit Karma, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
Impress your interviewers with your knowledge of the fintech industry.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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