Hasbro

Hasbro is a multinational conglomerate that owns many of the most popular games, toys, and other media assets. Some of their properties include Transformers, Stretch Armstrong, Magic the Gathering, and G.I. Joe.

What

Hasbro

Looks For

Hasbro wants people who are passionate about the brands they have and want to be a part of the team that keeps them at the forefront of the market. Joining this team should be a dream come true for a Hasbro fanatic.

History of

Hasbro

Hasbro was founded in 1923 and now ships toys and games around the world. The newest market they are targeting is the international stage, where they have an entire division devoted to getting Hasbro products to retailers and wholesalers worldwide. This takes understanding not only of the toy market but also of the cultural complexities that cause brands like McDonalds to change their menu in each country.

Hasbro

Internship Programs

Discovery Toys Program

As an intern for the Discovery Toys Internship Program, interns are encouraged to get in touch with their inner kid again. With internships offered all year round, Hasbro’s Discovery Toys Internship Program is perfect for those passionate for toy design. With cult favorite brands like Mr. Potato Head, Play Doh, My Little Pony, Nerf, and many more, Hasbro reconnects interns with favorite childhood brands while also giving the opportunity to grow professionally and gain hands on experience and technical skills.

Types of Internships:

  • Business Development/Corporate Development
  • Design (UI/UX)
  • PR/Corporate Communications
  • Product

What it's like to Work at

Hasbro

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Engineering
PR / Corporate Communications
Project Management
Quality Assurance
industries
CPG (Consumer Packaged Goods)
office locations
Greater Boston

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Pursuring a Bachelor's Degree
Perks
  • Employee Discount
  • Half-day Fridays

Hasbro

Interview Process

After your application you can expect to hear back within one to two months to schedule a video interview.

1. Video Interview

This interview is with the hiring managers who go over your resume to get a better idea of your work experience as well as to see how much you know about Hasbro

2. In-Person Interview

This interview will be with the person who would be your direct supervisor and will focus on how you work in a team setting and less on direct technical questions.