DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean is a tech company that specializes in its cloud platform. This company is considered a developer tech company because of the applications of its cloud platform. By giving the user the liberty to deploy, manage and scale one’s applications, DigitalOcean is for the benefit of its developers.

What

DigitalOcean

Looks For

Digital Ocean’s team is collaborative, growth and community-driven, and accountable. Digital Ocean looks for employees who love what they do and love DO’s customers. They look for those that are transparent, respectful, and constantly looking to bring their best selves forward each and every day.

History of

DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean’s mission is to build simple and powerful tools for modern application developers. DigitalOcean was founded in 2012. DigitalOcean received $50M in funding during its last fundraise.

DigitalOcean

Internship Programs

DigitalOcean’s “Minnow” Internship Program

DigitalOcean’s 10-week internship program connects summer interns (or “minnows”) to teams across the organization, from data to cloud engineering to marketing, in their New York City headquarters and Cambridge, MA offices. DigitalOcean hires interns for departments like Product Management, User Experience, Engineering, Data & Analytics, and Marketing & Communications.


What it's like to Work at

DigitalOcean

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Data / Analytics
Product
Customer Support / Success
IT/IS
Marketing
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Boston
Greater New York

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Sophomore, Junior and Senior (Undergraduate)
Perks
  • Network with current employees
  • Contribute directly to DigitalOcean
  • Mentorship & guidance
  • Team-building & social events
  • Free meals everyday

DigitalOcean

Interview Process

1. Initial Video Interview with Hiring Manager or Recruiter:

Digital Ocean has made steps to personalize the interview process by transitioning from traditional phone screens to video interviews.

2. In-person Interview: 

Once candidates advance past the initial video interview, candidates are invited on-site to interview with potential managers on teams of interest. Managers will ask more about candidate’s specific experiences, skills,and what they will bring to their team.