Nerve currently offers unpaid Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall internships in development and business support areas that provide a hands-on introduction to the inner workings of a technology startup in the healthcare industry. An internship at Nerve involves a combination of general day to day tasks associated with our business, opportunities for researching products and concepts, and occasions to attend organized events.
The majority of internships take place in Shadyside. Select internships divide time between our Shadyside location and Carnegie Mellon University, at our shared incubator space, in Oakland.
Working at Nerve is both challenging and rewarding. We are invested in our clients and our employees and seek smart, talented and self-motivated people to join our roster.
Smaller scale, shorter-term internships available to design and cs majorsSpecial projects, hackfests, seminars, events for developers and designers
Internships are available in Specialist and Business Support areas, such as:
Web & Interaction Design
Product Development / Prototyping
Winter 2011/2012: December 12, 2011 -January 20, 2012, Six-week programThis program is similar to the spring and fall internships in structure but on a smaller scale
Spring Session: January 23, 2012-May 11, 2012Fall Session: September 4, 2012-December 14, 2012
Full-time, 12-week programs that give students hands-on experience during their summer vacation.Accepted students will work in their assigned department for the duration of the program. Interns will attend weekly lectures given by guests and staff.
- All interns must be degree-seeking students currently enrolled in school. (some special exceptions apply)
- The internship must be relevant to the student’s current course of study.
- Interns must provide a letter from their school confirming that the student is receiving school credit for the internship, or
- Provide a letter of acknowledgement from their school recognizing the internship if credit is not offered.
For all internships, candidates must apply online. Regarding all programs, except summer, you will be contacted directly to schedule an interview. For the summer program, accepted participants will be notified in early spring.
Winter 2011/2012 – November 30, 2011Spring 2012 – December 2, 2011Applications for design and Treatspace Innovators internships will be accepted on a rolling basis
International students may apply for a U.S. internship as long as they are a degree-seeking student, have a letter of acknowledgement from their school, and have the necessary Visa status. Nerve does not sponsor Visas for student interns. Eligibility will be determined on a case by case basis.
Successful applicants are responsible for their own living arrangements. Suggested housing options can be provided upon request.
Recruiting Coordinator, Nerve Internship Program