eBay is a leader of global commerce by facilitating connections with buyers and sellers around the world. eBay currently operates in 190 markets around the world and has a diverse portfolio of brands that include eBay Classified Group and eBay Marketplace. eBay tries to create an environment of almost no barriers of entry for sellers with the hope that they will be able to grow and thrive on their platform.



Looks For

eBay is looking for applicants who will contribute positively to the current workplace environment as well as have the drive and ambition to accept and meet challenges. Most interns will work in a team environment, so applicants should place an emphasis on how they have fared working with teams in the past and how they could apply that to the program.

History of


eBay was founded in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar and was one of larger success stories of the dot-com bubble. eBay currently has 12 offices in the United States and has locations in 30 countries across the world.


Internship Programs

Internship Program

eBay offers the standard 12 week summer internship program that could take place in a variety of US cities which include Bellevue, WA, Boston, MA, New York, NY, Portland, OR, San Francisco, CA, and San Jose, CA.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Project Management
Sales / Account Management
Office Locations
San Francisco, CA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Years in school are dependent on the program, but it seems that there are opportunities for students of any grade level as long as they are attending a university.
  • Stock Awards
  • After 5 years of service at eBay, employees become eligible for a four week sabbatical with pay


Interview Process

The application process for eBay will start in the fall and students will have to pass a series of rounds in order to be offered a role with the company.

1. Phone or In-person Interview

In this interview you will be asked behavioral questions, along with technical questions to measure aptitude.

2. Technical Test

Applicants might also have to take technical tests to demonstrate how they would handle real assignments they might receive while interning at the company.