WHY is an internship a good investment in yourself?

We often complain about the fact that the educational system focuses more on growing theoretical background, rather than applied knowledge, a fact that makes the quest of finding a first job pretty difficult. An internship program is a handy resource one can use to actually dig in that theoretical background and do something practical about it. Moreover, an internship can be the first step in the career of your dreams.

WHAT is this internship all about?

For 2 months you will get the chance to work side by side with professionals in the field, to deepen your understanding of certain programming languages or testing. You will learn new things, put at work those you already know, receive easy-to-apply tips and tricks and answer all your questions that might come along. At the end of the process, you will have to put together a project and carry it forth to our colleagues and your mentors. At the end of the 2 months, based on the feedback you receive, on your performance during the internship and, of course, your will, you might be one of our new colleagues!

WHICH are the tracks?

There will be 2 tracks you can choose from:

Development

Front-End (Angular) & Back-End (Java)

Testing

Quality Assurance

For each track you will need 4 hours/ day, 5 days/ week, 4 weeks for the live classes and, of course, some extra time to do your own research, read the documentation and complete the assignments you receive for the following class. It’s the thing you do with the things you get from us that will make the difference.

WHO can sign up for this internship?

This program is for you if you’re a tech enthusiast, you have an IT background (you’re in final year in the Mathematics & Informatics University or have taken IT classes independently) and you are interested in a career in IT.

Here’s what some of our former internship graduates say about this program:

I’m glad I decided to attend this internship, I learned many new things I couldn’t otherwise understand on my own or in college and that’s all thanks to the awesome people who mentored us. It really showed they were doing their best for us to understand. Another great thing is that we worked both on the front-end and back-end and found the means to understand the connections between them.

DanielaDaniela

Applying to this internship was the best idea I could have had! I learned many new things, I saw what it takes to be a real programmer and I made new friends. The only thing I’m sorry about is that the program didn’t last long, maybe you can take this feedback into account for the following sessions. A big thank you to all the mentors, for their patience and the load of information they delivered to us!

AlinAlin

I really liked the program, I learned many new things and I hope to be part of the Kronsoft team further on. The classes have been very well structured, different from an online course, where you have to watch tens of tutorials to get one idea. The trainers were very cool and emphatic and they totally got me with the Kahoot part.

RobertRobert

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Applying to this internship was the best idea I could have had! I learned many new things, I saw what it takes to be a real programmer and I made new friends. The only thing I’m sorry about is that the program didn’t last long, maybe you can take this feedback into account for the following sessions. A big thank you to all the mentors, for their patience and the load of information they delivered to us!

AlinAlin

HOW can I apply for the internship?

You are only a few steps away from being part of this program!

1. Click here to fill out the form with your data, answer 3 simple questions, choose your track (development or testing) and upload your CV.

2. After the registration you will receive a confirmation email.

3. After the registration period, our colleagues will go through all the applications and select the eligible ones. If you are among them, you will receive a call from the HR department, for a short interview.

WHEN do we start?

March 30th – April 16th

Registration of participants

April 19th – 30th

Selection of applications

May 3rd – July 2nd

Learning & Coding Sessions