Docusign

Founded in 2003, this company allows organizations to manage electronic agreements. This company offers “eSignatures” as a way to sign electronically on different devices

What

Docusign

Looks For

Docusign seeks candidates committed to building trust and making the world more agreeable for their employees, customers and the communities in which they live and work. More specifically, Docusign seeks natural communicators, curious and open-minded candidates who embody growth mindset, and highly motivated candidates who get things done in a dynamic,rapid growth environment.

History of

Docusign

DocuSign is an electronic company that has revolutionized the ability for companies to make virtual agreements. By eliminating paper, the company saves resources, time, and money while also making it even easier to connect with all the other systems that businesses are already using. DocuSign boasts having over 500,000+ customers worldwide, with: 7 of the top 10 global tech companies, 18 out of the 20 top pharmaceutical companies, 10 out of the top 15 global financial services companies, and 800 federal, state, and local agencies.

Docusign

Internship Programs

Docusign Summer Intern Program

The Docusign Summer Internship is a twelve-week program that typically begins in June and ends in August. During the program, interns are enrolled in an educational program that helps them strengthen their professional skills and that educates them on the company. Interns also get to work one-on-one with an assigned mentor, who helps guide them through challenging and exciting projects and helps them get acclimated to the company culture.

What it's like to Work at

Docusign

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Software Engineering
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Charlotte
Greater Chicago
Greater San Francisco
Greater New Orleans
Greater Seattle

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
N/A
Perks
  • Total Rewards Compensation which includes equity grants
  • Wellness Benefit
  • President's Club (Sales)
  • Employee Referral Bonus Program
  • Educational Assistance ($5,000 annually)
  • Plentiful snacks and refreshments
  • Learning and development opportunities and resources
  • Management Development programs.
  • DocuSign University certification

Docusign

Interview Process

1. Phone Interview with Hiring Manager

This short interview will be with a Hiring Manager where they will ask basic background questions and talk about your interest in Docusign

2. In-person Interview

After 3 days of the phone interview, you will hear back for an in-person interview if interested. You will then meet with 3 separate interviewers.