Nordstrom is an upscale retail mogul that was founded in 1901 with 10 corporate office locations and 379 store locations nationwide.



Looks For

Nordstrom’s workforce is composed of motivated people who work hard to become leaders within the company, at all levels of the organization. Nordstrom is seeking people who are willing to put in the work, loyalty to the company, a competitive edge, and unwavering commitment to the client. R or Python languages preferred for software engineers.

History of


Founded in 1901, the upscale retail mogul recognizes employee achievements with special awards, shoutouts and celebrations. Nordstrom also makes a point to prioritize diversity especially among their technology staff - with 45% of their workforce identifying BIPOC.


Internship Programs

Nordstrom Internship Program

Nordstrom offers a variety of internship programs for juniors and seniors in the summer, all of which give students hands-on experience to learn the business, earn a competitive salary, and receive an awesome merchandise discount.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Human Resources / People / Talent
Data / Analytics
UI & UX Design
Customer Support / Success
Supply Chain / Logistics
Office Locations
Los Angeles, CA
Seattle, WA
San Francisco, CA
Phoenix, AZ

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Juniors, Seniors
  • Housing (Sometimes)
  • Competitive Salary
  • Merchandise Discount


Interview Process

Nordstrom Summer Internship applications open in October and November. These postings will close when they are making final selections and second round interviews, which take place in December and January.

1. First-Round Interview

The first step of the interview process consists of an online video recording interview where the candidate introduces themselves and answers a series of questions.

2. Panel-Style Interview

The second round of interviews is with the manager and the team in a panel-style interview where interviewers evaluate the candidate’s approach to creative problem solving with basic behavioral questions.