Nvidia

NVIDIA is building one of the world’s great artificial intelligence companies. From our roots in computer graphics, we now provide GPU-accelerated computing to gamers, designers and scientists creating amazing experiences in VR, deep learning, professional visualization and autonomous cars.

What

Nvidia

Looks For

NVIDIA seeks candidates for their all year round internship programs who have the ambition and the drive to improve how the world interacts with new cutting edge technologies.

History of

Nvidia

Founded in 1993 by Jensen Huang, Nvidia designs graphics processing units for gaming and professional markets as well as artificial intelligence and deep learning. NVIDIA has created platforms addressing the gaming, professional visualization, datacenter, and automotive markets.

Nvidia

Internship Programs

NVIDIA Internship Program

NVIDIA interns get hands-on experience on real projects alongside the tech industry’s brightest. Interns are exposed to nearly all aspects of the company, including company meetings and events. On top of that, special, intern-only activities, where you can network, build professional relationships and have fun with interns from across the business.

What it's like to Work at

Nvidia

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Research & Development
UI & UX Design
Product
Data / Analytics
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater San Francisco
Greater Austin
Greater Denver
Greater Richmond
Greater Charlotte
Greater Seattle
Greater Salt Lake City

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Perks
  • Health Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • On-site company events and programming
  • Discounts on the latest technologies

Nvidia

Interview Process

Initial Phone Screen w/ HR

A brief (30m) interview about background and resume. Behavioral questions. Very informal. Technical questions may be asked (depending on position). Be prepared to answer to the best of your abilities.

Phone Interview w/ Developer Team

Similar format. Informal and conversational. Discuss the role and determine whether you would be a good fit for the team. Focus on growth-mindset (i.e., how will you help this team grow and how will it help you grow) and research the company’s past and present so that you can talk about its future.

Additional Aptitude Test or Technical Interview

Depending on the position, an additional standard Aptitude Test and Technical Interview may be needed. Technical skills include DBMS and previous projects.