Intuit’s mission statement is, “Providing prosperity across the world” and they try to do this with financial software that allows customers to more easily complete taxes and track financial accounting. These customers can be individuals, small businesses or accountants and will have the ability to work directly with Intuit employees in order to get the most out of the product they purchased. Susan Goodarzi, the new CEO of Intuit is promising more transparency within the company and most employees seem satisfied in the direction Intuit is heading.



Looks For

Intuit looks for students that align with their belief that they need employees with a wide array of backgrounds and experiences in order to bring unique ideas and perspectives to the table. Specifically, Intuit is looking for self motivated problem solvers and people who have strong organizational skills and aren’t afraid to fail.

History of


Intuit was founded in 1983 and went public in 1993. They currently have over 7,000 employees worldwide with 20 locations in 9 different countries.


Internship Programs

Intuit Internship Programs

Intuit offers the standard 10-12 week summer internship as well as a 4+ month Co-Op. During these paid programs, interns are able to work on meaningful projects that will allow them to professionally grow. Additionally, interns undergo skills and function-based training and have access to senior leaders for mentoring and guidance. Finally, Intuit places an emphasis on helping their interns personally grow as well. In order to do this, they create social activities for the interns and have 8 hours paid time for volunteering. 

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Business Development
Project Management
Sales / Account Management
Office Locations
San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Washington DC

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Sophomores and Juniors
  • Telecommuting
  • Compressed work weeks 
  • On-site fitness/subsidized gym
  • Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
  • Health insurance for part-timers
  • Sick days for part-timers
  • College tuition reimbursement


Interview Process

Phone Screen Call

In this initial phone screen call be prepared to talk about your past experiences, as well as behavioral and cultural-fit questions.

Interview with a Recruiter

In this interview, you will be meeting with a recruiter. Be prepared to talk more in depth about your past experiences.

Case Study or Challenge

This case study or challenge will record how you handle problems that could potentially occur while working.