Facebook is a social networking service founded by Mark Zuckerburg. Facebook can be accessed by any form of technology and has over billions of users.



Looks For

Getting hired at Facebook is highly competitive, so it’s good to understand their core values and what they look for in potential employees: Be Bold, Focus on Impact, Move Fast, Be Open, and Build Social Value.

History of


Facebook was founded in 2004 and has grown to be quite the social media giant since. They aim to “give people a voice, build connection and community, serve everyone, keep people safe and protect privacy, and promote economic opportunity”.


Internship Programs

Facebook Internship Program

World-class mentors, their open culture, and opportunities to make a real impact are just a few reasons why Facebook’s intern program was ranked #1 by Glassdoor two years in a row. All interns are considered for a returning offer during their internship. Facebook interns hit the ground running, learn from the best in the industry, and build products for billions of people around the world.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Business Development
Data / Analytics
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
PR / Corporate Communications
Legal / Public Policy
UI & UX Design
Human Resources / People / Talent
Quality Assurance
Research & Development
Sales / Account Management
Office Locations
New York, NYC
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
San Francisco, CA
Austin, TX
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Denver, CO
Detroit, MI
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
  • 1:1 Mentorship Program
  • Possible Return Offer
  • Social Events
  • Networking Events
  • Full-Time Benefits
  • Housing Assistance


Interview Process

Although the process varies based on the type of internship you are applying for, it usually takes 1-2 months from application submission to final job offer with an average 6-7 interviews.

1. Initial Phone Screen

The first step of the process is a phone screening. While most companies use this opportunity to briefly go over your background and save the more technical questions for a later date, this is not the case with Facebook. Make sure you come prepared from the get-go.

2. Face-to-Face Interview(s)

The next step is a round of interviews. These vary greatly by role, but you can expect a mix of behavioral and technical questions.