Starbucks Corporation is an American coffee company and coffeehouse chain. As of early 2019, the company operates over 30,000 locations worldwide.
Starbucks employs down-to-earth people who are eager to please and see the importance of good service in making someone's day. They like their employees to foster collaborative and inclusive work environments.
Starbucks offers internship opportunities for star students in the summer. Intern programs run for 10 weeks. Interns collaborate directly with leaders, have access to career-elevating seminars and enjoy curated local experiences. Their immersive internship program includes opportunities at their Starbucks Support Center and Starbucks Technology Center, with varying openings and needs across multiple departments.
Join their distribution list to receive an automatic notification when new opportunities are listed.
The Starbucks Support Center offers internship opportunities to influence business performance and build expertise while living an incredible summer in Seattle. Undergraduate and graduate openings may include Finance, Marketing, Supply Chain, Technology, and more. Undergraduate applications are posted in fall for internships during the following summer. Graduate applications are open in winter for same-year summer internships.
Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Starbucks Technology Center accelerates the company's technology roadmap to enhance their digital retail experience. Leading Digital Products, Information Security and Business Intelligence initiatives, the Starbucks Technology Center connects rising Technology students to exciting career opportunities.
Interviews will either take place on campus or at a Starbucks office location. On-campus interviews are about an hour long and, for applicable roles, include an at-home coding assignment. For off-campus recruiting, the process is as follows:
1. Initial Phone Screen
The first step of the process is a brief phone interview to get a better sense of your background and interests.
2. In-Person Interview
The next step is an onsite interview at their headquarters or other office location where candidates will meet with the HR director and the managers of the programs hosting summer interns. Altogether, it should take about 30 to 45 minutes.
You need a PathMatch account to access this content. Enroll today to get ahead.Member Login
Product Manager Questions: