Twitter is a popular social media platform that has been around since 2006.



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The main points that Twitter stresses for its new employees are vision, creativity, flexibility, honesty, and enthusiasm. Twitter stresses the importance of individuality from its employees and has worked hard on creating an environment that allows everyone to feel comfortable with who they are.

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Twitter was founded in 2006 and has over 35 offices worldwide with 13 of them in the US. There are 145 million daily active users of Twitter and over 330 million monthly users for the platform. Twitter allows people from across the world to converse about anything since according to them, “Conversation is a force for good in the world”. Twitter promotes a culture of flexibility and autonomy through values like #health, #trust, #straightforward, #purpose, and #fast, #free, #fun.


Internship Programs

Twitter Internship & Co-Op Programs

Twitter has spring, summer and fall internship programs along with co-op programs. Twitter interns are called “Terns.” You can be a Tern in engineering, design, marketing, sales, and more.

What Twitter offers:

12-week fall, spring, or summer internships all over the world

What you get:

A manager, mentor, feedback sessions, hands-on projects, and chances to socialize with fellow Terns and Tweeps (that’s what they call Twitter employees)

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Customer Support / Success
Data / Analytics
UI & UX Design
Legal / Public Policy
PR / Corporate Communications
Research & Development
Sales / Account Management
Office Locations
San Francisco, CA
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Chicago, IL
New York, NYC
Los Angeles, CA
Seattle, WA
Washington DC
Miami, FL
Detroit, MI

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate Sophomores, Undergraduate Juniors
  • Mentorship Program
  • Feedback Sessions
  • Hands-On Projects
  • Social Events
  • Networking Events
  • Onsite Fitness Center


Interview Process

Internships open in the fall for Twitter.

1. Phone or Video Call

The first step is typically an initial phone or video call that will act as a screen to determine if you should be moved to the next round.

2. In-Person or Video Interview

The next step is an in-person or video interview that will go more in-depth to determine culture fit and assess your qualifications.