Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, the IT infrastructure software company is known for supporting their employees with generous employee benefits and a people-centered work/life balance.



Looks For

Nutanix looks for individuals who embody their 4 core values: Hungry, Humble, Honest with Heart. They are looking for those who are detail-oriented with a passion & ability to learn new things, while never being satisfied with the status quo.

History of


Nutanix was founded in 2009 and became a publicly held company in 2016. Nutanix has 5700+ employees worldwide working on 60 different teams. Nutanix’s CEO was designated one of CRN’s “Top 25 Innovators” and Nutanix has been awarded one of the Best Workplaces in Technology by Fortune, Top Workplaces in 2020 by The Washington Post, Best Tech Work Culture, and a Great Company for Millennials. They are the fastest growing infrastructure company and they’re just getting started!


Internship Programs

Nutanix Summer Internship Program

Nutanix’s full-time, 12-week internship program serves as a talent pipeline for the company with 80% of interns converting to full-time. Their interns come from 50 different universities to join more than 60 Nutanix teams. At Nutanix, you can safely experiment, fail, learn, and experiment again.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Human Resources / People / Talent
Data / Analytics
UI & UX Design
Research & Development
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Customer Support / Success
Sales / Account Management
Office Locations
Charlotte, NC
San Francisco, CA
Seattle, WA
Washington DC
New York, NYC

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate students
  • High chance of promotion
  • High chance of full-time offer
  • Highly diverse & inclusive


Interview Process

Applications for Software Engineering summer internships typically open at the end of August or early September. Non-technical roles are posted throughout fall/winter. Interviews take place in the winter.

1. Initial Phone Screen

The interview process starts with an initial phone screen with HR to briefly go over your background and interests to see if you could be a good fit.

2. Round of On-Site Interviews

The next step is a round of on-site interviews. This varies by role, but typically consists of three interviews with a specific team or department.