The electronic payment company owns and manages payment brands including Visa and Interlink, as well as product platforms that financial institutions use to manage clients' credit, debit, and prepaid programs.



Looks For

Visa looks for those who believe in making a difference in the world. Their employees embody their core values of integrity, people, innovation, clients, collaboration, and excellence. Visa seeks individuals who are inspired by their mission to connect the world through digital payments and help individuals, businesses, and economies to thrive.

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Internship Programs

Visa Internship Program

Visa offers an intensive 12-week internship program in the summer for students so they can work on challenging and rewarding assignments, learn from Visa business leaders and executives, and enjoy social and networking activities. Visa has internships in a variety of roles, so whether you aspire to be an engineer, designer, marketer, or anything in between, you'll make your mark at Visa dreaming up new ideas and gaining exposure to some of the most advanced technology in the industry. The internship program may be intensive, but don't let that scare you, you'll still have a lot of fun. You'll get an awesome two-day intern conference in San Francisco, volunteering/networking opportunities, and fun days exploring the city where you intern!

What it's like to Work at


Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Data / Analytics
Business Development
Sales / Account Management
Customer Support / Success
Human Resources / People / Talent
Research & Development
PR / Corporate Communications
UI & UX Design
Corporate Strategy & Partnerships
Financial Services
Office Locations
Charlotte, NC
Seattle, WA
Austin, TX
San Francisco, CA
Chicago, IL
Denver, CO
New York, NYC
Miami, FL
Philadelphia, PA
Washington DC
Los Angeles, CA
Baltimore, MD
Boston, MA

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Currently pursuing a Bachelor's, Master's, MBA, oh PhD
  • Volunteering
  • Networking
  • Two-day Intern Conference
  • Exposure to executives


Interview Process

The recruiting timeline for Visa is as follows: in August, Fall Recruitment begins; in December, Fall applications close; in January, Spring Recruitment begins. The end of March brings the end of recruitment for intakes. The exact steps of the interview process varies by role.

1. Behavioral Interview

The first interview is typically a basic behavioral interview with the standard questions.

2. Technical Interview

Past the behavioral interview is a technical interview to better understand your qualifications and skill level. Some students report having to take a hacker rank test prior to either interviews.