Pluralsight

Pluralsight is an online technology training service with a mission to “democratize technology skills”

What

Pluralsight

Looks For

Pluralsight is looking to hire individuals who are incredibly passionate and driven. They want people who will thrive in an empowering and collaborative work environment. Moreover, Pluralsight looks to hire people who aren’t afraid to fail and challenge themselves.

History of

Pluralsight

One of the leading providers of online technology training services, the company provides rich benefits for employees. With a mission to “democratize technology skills,” the company’s nonprofit arm has also helped improve technology strategies for more than 100 nonprofits, including the Malala Fund, which advocates for educating girls in oppressed countries. “We are entrusted to do our work and get the job done,” one employee says. “So when we ask for time off or need additional flexibility, management doesn’t ask questions and just trusts us to be responsible.”

Pluralsight

Internship Programs

Pluralsight Internship Program

Pluralsight encourages interns to “be accountable for excellence,” one of their company values. Interns at Pluralsight are able to work alongside industry leaders, grow their network and work on real, hands-on projects that impact their skills platform in a tangible way. Pluralsight offers internship roles in software engineering, talent acquisition, product management, and strategy.

Types of Internships:

  • Software Engineering
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Product Management
  • Strategy

What it's like to Work at

Pluralsight

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Engineering
Finance
IT/IS
Marketing
Human Resources / People / Talent
Product
Sales / Account Management
Design (UI/UX)
Operations
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Boston
Greater Salt Lake City

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Juniors and Seniors
Perks
  • Weekly catered lunches
  • On-site dental care
  • Yoga classes

Pluralsight

Interview Process

1. Initial Phone Screen with Recruiter or Hiring Manager

On the initial phone screen with a recruiter or hiring manager, candidates are encouraged to review their own experience and skills. The hiring manager will review the role to ensure the candidate's experience and skills align.

2. Intern Day

During Intern Day, candidates are invited to demonstrate their skills. Potential software engineering interviews will do coding challenges. All candidates will have two back to back interviews with different members of their potential department.