We just received an email yesterday about Twitter Internship 2018 Application and their undergrad roles. Twitter internship application for 2018 is now live on their career page and in this post, we will be writing about everything you need to know to spend your summer in San Francisco at Twiter HQ, also Twitter has many offices in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia. Twitter's building was right in front of my building when I was in San Francisco during my summer internship at Slack. Ok, so let's get started about the Twitter Internship and Undergrad application process, preparation plan and few other things that will be helpful in cracking the interview.
Twitter internship application process started on 1st August, let's see the application time. The Twitter internship opportunity is available for all three seasons, Spring (Jan – April), Summer (May- September), and Fall (Sep – December).
As per the Twitter Email, this is the timeline of the process.
- Internship Application Opens on – August 1
- Application closes on – February 12
- Final Application Status will be available on – March 30 [ This means by March 30, they will let everyone know about their application status]
NOTE: Students who will apply before November 6, will receive application statuses by December 20.
Twitter Internship and Undergrad Interview process
We have tried to provide you everything about the Twitter internship and undergrad interview pattern, type of problems they ask. We all also know that it's not guaranteed, they will follow the same pattern every year. Let's see the pattern,
So, Process starts with
- 60 Minutes – Tech Screening on Hackerrank
- There will be two coding problems that you have to solve in an hour.
- Problems will be easy but you need to keep corner cases in mind.
- This pre-screening is just to see whether a candidate is able to code or not.
- Possible problem types – Strings, LinkedList, Arrays, Trees and basic ad-hoc implementation
- Phone Interview
- Phone interview will be with the hiring manager
- The hiring manager will ask you to code on a collaborative site.
- This may last up to 45 minutes.
- There will be few questions on your interests so that he can proceed further with team specific interviews.
- 2-3 Core Interviews with different teams
- In the host matching phase, you will be interviewing with different teams based on your performance and interests.
- Sometimes the interview can be up to 3 rounds or even one if the interviewer is convinced that your interest and skills match with the requirement of the team.
- Culture Fit Interview
- You must be already knowing what possible questions can be asked in cultural fit interviews.
- Possible questions can be about the company's mission and values, team conflicts, about the manager, your personal views on things.
- Finally The Offer Letter – And, once you clear all these rounds, you'll receive the twitter internship offer letter or full-time job offer depending on the role you had applied.
Important topics to prepare
We will be writing articles on each of these topics very soon, but you need to start preparing and solving problems on these topics.
- String Manipulation
- Hashing and Hash Tables
- Array and Linked list
- Sorting algorithms
- Binary Search Tree
- Operating Systems
We have written Summer internship guide on our blog, which explains how to write and create your resume. Please read this guide once. Also, we'd love to help and critique your resume and if we find good resume, we will pass it directly to the Twitter HR people. You can mail us your resume at – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lastly, where to apply?
Ok, after all your preparation, you can apply to Twitter Internship or undergrad role using this link. And after, tweet #Twitter4Me and tell Twitter why you want to work with them!
Start preparing for the internships as the application process for all the companies have just started. Don't wait too long fo create a great or in the preparation. Apply in different companies and also keep preparing parallely. You have the strength to crack any interview, don't wait for the perfect time. This is the right time!
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