Squarespace is a software company that enables the user to create his/her own website and online presence.



Looks For

Squarespace prides itself on the creativity that it can inspire in its users and its employees. They look for data-driven individuals who are both creative and strategic and work well in a fast-paced environment.

History of


Squarespace was founded in 2003 and built in a dorm room at the University of Maryland. Since then, they have helped millions of people and businesses create websites to share information to the world. Squarespace has easy to use “Drag and Drop” interfaces for everyone to learn quickly. By simplifying the process of creating a website, Squarespace is able to cater to people outside of the tech world, but they are still very much a tech company.


Internship Programs

Squarespace Summer Internship Program

Squarespace’s internship program takes place in the summer in New York City. The internship program is 12 weeks long from June through August. Interns will work 40 hours a week on projects that directly impact Squarespace and Squarespace’s users both individually and alongside their teams. There will be fun social and educational programming, and interns are paired with a Lead who will support you through weekly one-on-one meetings and transparent feedback.

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
UI & UX Design
Customer Support / Success
People Operations
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Legal / Public Policy
Office Locations
Portland, OR
New York, NYC

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Rising seniors or students entering the last year of their advanced degrees.
  • Free snacks, drinks, catered lunch
  • Beautiful rooftop
  • Weekly happy hours
  • Tech talks with executives
  • Educational programming


Interview Process

Although the interview process for each intern/hire varies slightly, the general process typically involves 3 phases. No matter what position you’re applying to, your recruiter will keep you updated throughout the process.

1. Take Home Assessment

The first round involves a take home assessment

2. Technical Interview

The next round is a technical interview conducted virtually either by phone or Google Hangouts.

3. Soft Skills Interview

The final round is a non-technical interview to get a better grasp of your soft skills, also conducted virtually via phone or Google Hangouts.