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HubSpot is an information technology based company that sells software products that help with marketing, customer service and sales. Their mission is to help companies “grow better” through the utilization of inbound marketing which stops interrupting customers and starts helping them instead. HubSpot has jumped 34 spots over the past year on “Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For” list and it isn’t out of the question for them to continue rising in the future.



Looks For

HubSpot is looking for people that will make the company better through the addition of unique backgrounds and perspectives. HubSpot has worked hard to create an environment of inclusion so they are always looking for kind and genuine people for open positions.

History of


HubSpot was created in 2005 and has over 78,700 customers in over 120 different countries. They have 10 global offices and over 2,000 employees.

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Business Development / Corporate Development
Project Management
Sales / Account Management
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Internship Programs

Marketing and Business Internship

  • December: Applications open
  • February: Applications close
  • June: Internships begin

Software Engineering Internship

  • August: Applications open
  • October: Applications close
  • June: Internships begin

Fall Marketing and Software Engineering Co-op

  • November: Applications open
  • February: Applications close
  • July: Co-ops begin

Spring Marketing and Software Engineering Co-op

  • August: Applications open
  • October: Applications close
  • January: Co-ops begin

Internship Info

Number of interns (2019):
Preferred education level:
Undergraduate Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
  • Unlimited sick days
  • Telecommuting
  • Subsidized child care
  • Compressed work weeks
  • Fully-paid sabbaticals
  • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
  • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
  • Sick days for part-timers
  • College tuition reimbursement


Interview Process

Online Assessment

Some candidates are asked to complete an online assignment that tests their analytical and problem-solving skills; this requirement is dependent on the position you are applying for 

Preliminary Video Interview

Typically consists of five questions that are prompted through the computer. Candidates have thirty seconds to prepare and one minute to answer per question

Phone Interview

This is usually conducted by a recruiter and will include behavioral questions. The recruiter will try to help the candidate get a feel for Hubspot’s company culture

Video/In-Person Interviews

Includes four, thirty-minute interviews with hiring managers and directors. The questions will be a mix of technical and behavioral

How to Prepare

Use your network

Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Hubspot and the interview process

Do your research

Do research on Hubspot, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.

Practice makes perfect

The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.

Common Interview Questions at


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