Dropbox is a leading global collaboration platform that's transforming the way people work together, from the smallest business to the largest enterprise.
With more than 500 million registered users across more than 180 countries, our mission is to unleash the world’s creative energy by designing a more enlightened way of working.
Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Dropbox has more than 12 offices around the world.
New graduates and interns at Dropbox work alongside industry leaders, architecting the growing family of products that handle over a billion files a day for people and businesses around the world.
From day one, you’ll have the responsibility and the support you need to make a difference on a massive scale.
The Dropbox internship program is a top-notch learning experience for engineering students from all backgrounds. You are paired up with a dedicated mentor who is committed to your success.
You can expect to have ownership of your project, collaborate with full-time engineers, and receive consistent and helpful feedback.
Our goal is to curate a robust learning experience, help you connect with new friends & mentors, and build the foundation of a strong professional network.
As an intern, you will go toe-to-toe with Dropbox engineers. We offer many different types of roles and teams that you can have an impact on.
Here are some of the things you might do :
As a product engineering intern you can expect to work across backend, api, desktop, mobile and web.
Our massive scale means you’ll work with more data than many other analytics firms combined.
You’re also responsible for building the backend systems that power the mobile experiences and optimize the protocol between client and server for reliability, efficiency and speed.
You will build the software and automation that controls the hardware that runs our products, and serve as the first line of defense when something goes with our production infrastructure or services.
You’re a software engineer with a deep interest in building software that is secure yet easy to use. By the way, interest in the shadowy computer underworld is a definite plus.
Security engineers consult with product teams to secure our software, production infrastructure, website, desktop and mobile apps and our corporate infrastructure and devices.