World Wide Technology

A global IT supply-chain services provider.


World Wide Technology

Looks For

World Wide Technology looks for individuals who embody their company culture and values. Their core values are represented by PATH, or Passion, Attitude, Honesty, and Humility, and these lie at the center of all they do at WWT.

History of

World Wide Technology

WWT has grown from a small product reseller into a technology solution provider with more than $11 billion in annual revenue and nearly 6000 employees, They provide technology and supply chain services with a focus on the enterprise commercial, public, and telecom service provider sectors. They are based in Maryland Heights, Missouri, and is Cisco's top US reseller (#2 globally). Their mission is to "create a profitable growth company that is also a great place to work".

World Wide Technology

Internship Programs

WWT Intern Program

The WWT Internship Program is a 10-14 week summer program designed to give college students an opportunity to experience the workplace prior to graduation and enhance their education. The program is focused on better preparing students for the business world while providing valuable contributions to the company. WWT interns work in a dynamic and collaborative culture that highlights career opportunities and advancement. Applications typically open in September and close in November.

Students can explore different opportunities and "Find Your Fit" here.

What it's like to Work at

World Wide Technology

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Business Development
Legal / Public Policy
Supply Chain / Logistics
Consulting / Professional Services
Sales / Account Management
Quality Assurance
Office Locations
St. Louis, MO
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Nashville, TN
New York, NYC
San Francisco, CA
Denver, CO
Minneapolis, MN
Portland, OR

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Completed at least one semester of Bachelor's/Master's relevant to the business. Need at least one semester until graduation after internship is done.
  • Intern Kick-Off Week
  • Annual Great Place to Work Celebration
  • Intern Outing
  • Intern Leadership Summit
  • Flash Week
  • Career Development Workshops
  • Capstone Project

World Wide Technology

Interview Process

WWT starts recruiting for summer interns in September. The process ends in April, and the actual internship is held from May to August. The interview process is roughly 3 to 4 stages.

1. Phone interview with HR

The first step is a short introductory call with recruiter. It can take as many as 3 separate phone interviews to properly vet.

2. Video Interview

The next step is typically a video call with department chiefs or project manager. For analyst positions, this step typically involves two case studies. Additional onsite interviews may be required afterward, before moving onto the final meetings.

3. Multiple meetings with managers

The last step is an interview with multiple managers on location. Can last up to 2.5 hours and will have you meeting five to six project managers.