Honey

Honey operates a useful and popular browser extension that automatically applies online coupons on eCommerce websites.

What

Honey

Looks For

Honey looks for employees who want to grow, are willing to take risks, and are not afraid of failure. The team is close and collaborative, working together to solve problems and frequently sharing feedback with each other. They are also ambitious, and they support and push each other to always be curious and learning.




History of

Honey

Honey Science Corp., headquartered in Los Angeles, California, operates a browser extension that aggregates and automatically applies online coupons on eCommerce websites. It is a subsidiary of PayPal with Ryan Hudson as the CEO. Honey’s revenue comes from a commission made on each user transaction with partnering retailers.

Honey

Internship Programs

Honey Internships & Co-Ops

Honey is a start-up company that offers summer and off-cycle internships to undergraduate students. Interns at Honey receive a hands-on and interactive education on ecommerce. They have the opportunity to collaborate with other employees to work towards the company’s goals and get to work on meaningful projects. Interns also have access to leadership and development workshops and training experiences, which are intended to help individuals professionally and personally grow.


What it's like to Work at

Honey

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Business Development
Human Resources / People / Talent
Product
Engineering
UI & UX Design
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Los Angeles
Greater New York
Greater San Francisco
Greater San Diego

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Sophomore, Junior, Senior
Perks
  • 401(k)
  • Comprehensive Health Plans
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Wellness Program
  • Professional Development & Conferences
  • Company Equity

Honey

Interview Process

The interview process is, on standard, 3 rounds.

1. First Round Phone Screening

The first round is a quick phone screening with a Recruiter just to go over your background and see if you should be moved to the next round. For technical roles, like Software Engineering, there is a coding challenge prior to the phone screen.

2. Second Round Phone Screening

The second round is another phone screening, this time with the Hiring Manager. This should be formatted similarly to the first round, but may go a bit more in-depth with the responsibilities the role requires and your past experience.

3. Onsite Interview or Video Interview

The final round is an onsite or video interview that typically consists of a take-home presentation, some case estimation questions, and a deep dive into your background and past experience. For technical roles, like Software Engineering, there may be 2 technical onsite/video interviews with some more technical questions.