Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Duration: 3 Months - 1 Year, 2020

About Andela

Marc Andresson, co-founder of the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz wrote: “software is eating the world.” That statement is just as true today as it was eight years ago.  Software is embedded in our day-to-day, and few industries are immune.  Peak behind the code and you will find brilliant engineers pushing the boundaries of what is possible.  

Talk to any engineering leader and they will tell you that access to talent is their number one barrier to building software and growing their business. Research the industry and you read about the 1 million computer-programming jobs that will go unfilled in 2020. 

That is where Andela comes in. We help engineering leaders at companies big and small bridge that gap. We are building tools, systems and processes to connect talent, no matter where they live, with the opportunities to do great things. To date, we have identified 1,000+ software engineers from Africa and placed them as full-time, embedded members of development teams at over 200+ tech companies. Along the way, we have raised $180M from Al Gore’s venture fund, Generation Partners, Google Ventures, Spark Capital, the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative and Serena Ventures. 

And we are just getting started.

Our People

All of our people live and breathe our E.P.I.C values:

  • Excellence: We are lifelong learners who strive for mastery of our craft
  • Passion: We believe we are going to change the world and act accordingly
  • Integrity: We choose extraordinary people and then trust them to do the right thing
  • Collaboration: We know our sum is greater than our parts

About the Internship Programme

Andela is scaling its mission to advance human potential by creating this amazing opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate students from various academic backgrounds to advance their learning and development and gain hands on work experience through practical training.

During this programme, you will have the opportunity to support the operations of one of these departments:

  1. Marketing: Manages the perception of the Andela brand; builds awareness and tells the Andela EPIC story
  2. Operations: Creates and sustains Andela's business environment
  3. People: Andela’s Human Resources and Recruiting department
  4. Partner Engineering: Responsible for driving Andela’s mission of successfully placing developers with our Partners
  5. Travel: Manages the Travel function for Andela
  6. Engineering Talent Supply: Provide qualified engineering talent that achieve company goals

It’s our hope that the experience and exposure gained during the Andela Nigeria Internship Programme will give you a solid foundation for your career in future.

Eligibility Criteria

  • You must be enrolled in an Undergraduate degree programme (Bachelor )  in any discipline at the time of application and during the internship. This programme is not for volunteers or post graduate jobseekers.
  • Only applicants who possess an Introduction letter from their academic Institutions will be selected.
  • You must embody our EPIC Values.

Internship Duration

  • An internship could vary from 3 months to 1 year in 2020.
  • You can apply for the Andela internship Programme at anytime. Doing so, your name will be added to a pool of applicants interested in the Internship field of your choice.

Benefits & Compensation

  • Monthly Stipend
  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided daily
  • Beautiful working environment
  • Opportunity to work with the brightest minds on the planet
  • Oh, and a chance to change the world!

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

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