MongoDB is a software company that develops and delivers support for MongoDB, a database program that uses JSON-like documents to store data.



Looks For

MongoDB looks to bring together a distinctive mix of diverse skills, experiences, and backgrounds that ultimately work together to create an open forum for innovative thought, candid discussion, and mutual respect. They like those who “think big, go far”, are intellectually honest, and own what they do.

History of


MongoDB was founded in 2007 by the same team behind DoubleClick (acquired by Google that same year). During their time managing DoubleClick, they realized there was a need for a database that could handle both scalability and agility, and thus MongoDB was created.


Internship Programs

MongoDB Summer Internship Program

MongoDB offers an internship program in the summer for students interested in engineering. Their internship program doesn’t have interns just sitting behind a desk all day. Interns at MongoDB get a chance to sit down with leaders through the intern speaker series. Each intern is also matched with 1-2 engineers who closely oversee their work and help you grow as an engineer. Interns work on projects (pushing code, building applications, products, and tools) that contribute directly to the company’s efforts.
Check out their page for openings for students and new grads.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Sales / Account Management
UI & UX Design
Office Locations
New York, NYC
Washington DC
San Francisco, CA
Atlanta, GA
Austin, TX
Chicago, IL
Dallas, TX
Seattle, WA
Boston, MA
Philadelphia, PA
Houston, TX
Los Angeles, CA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Current undergraduate & graduate students
  • Mentorship program
  • Impactful and meaningful work
  • Social events (broadway shows, pizza tours, arcade nights)
  • Speaker series featuring groundbreakers in tech


Interview Process

The interview process takes about 3-4 weeks for most.

1. Initial Phone Screening

The process starts with a quick phone interview where the interviewers ask behavioral questions and quickly goes over your resume, experience, and interests to see if you should be moved forward to the next step.

2. Video Interview(s)

Depending on the position, there will then be up to 4 video interviews where the interviewers ask technical questions.