Fuze is a B2B software company that sells a cloud communication system for an entire enterprise. They have had impressive growth over the past couple of years as companies have become more reliant on video conferencing and instant messaging.



Looks For

Fuze puts an emphasis on intellectual curiosity and collaboration when looking for new employees and interns. The work environment at Fuze involves a lot of remote teamwork so being able to effectively communicate with people across the country and globe is important.

History of


Fuze was founded in 2006 by Steven Kokinosand Derek Yoo in Boston, MA and has 21 offices across the world today. Fuze has a current partnership with Samsung and also integration with Slack which allows for seamless transition between the two platforms. According to their website, “Fuze enables seamless transition between voice, video, messaging, and content sharing” for a digital workforce.


Internship Programs

Fuze Internship Program

Fuze offers a number of internship options, including a Summer internship program, available in a variety of departments such as marketing, finance/accounting, HR, IT, Engineering and office experience. Their internship program is an opportunity to learn by doing, a hands-on experience in one of the fastest growing companies in Boston. Depending on the role, interns can expect to work on multiple projects throughout the internship. Interns will be able to lead and own projects, while collaborating to help push our work forward.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Sales / Account Management
Legal / Public Policy
Human Resources / People / Talent
Customer Success
Office Locations
Boston, MA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Fuze is typically looking for Juniors and Seniors to fill in internship roles
  • Local Perks & Discounts
  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Dive headfirst into projects


Interview Process

The interview process at Fuze typically begins in fall and might run through the spring.

1. Initial Phone Screening

The first stage is a phone interview with an HR employee or recruiter where they ask some behavioral questions as well as a brief overview of your experience.

2. Phone or In-Person Interview

The next step is a call or in-person interview with the Hiring Manager.

3. In-Person or Video Interview(s)

Past the interviews with the Recruiter or the Hiring Manager, there will be in-person or video interviews that will dive deeper into the responsibilities of your role and your background. If you are applying for a technical position, this is typically where you will be tested on the more technical aspects of the job.