Uber throws a lot of real problems at their interns so they look for confidence from applicants and the ability to think quickly on their feet. Applicants must truly believe that they will be the best person for the job in order to actually get it. Additionally, Uber has placed an increased focus on culture after having issues with it in the past, so they will look for applicants to positively contribute and even improve their current workplace environment.
Uber was founded in 2011 by Garrett Camp and Travis Kalanick and currently operates in 63 countries. There are offices in 14 American cities with many additional locations in countries across the world.
Uber offers standard internships and Co-Ops along with graduate internships and specialized MBA internships. Uber also offers an Associate Product Management role within the graduate program that allows interns to complete three six month rotations that provide valuable experience and lasting relationships in the company.