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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Who is eligible for an Internship?
A general requirement is that interns return to an education program after completing their LinkedIn Internship. We recommend reviewing the basic qualifications section in the job description to confirm.
When will internship opportunities become available?
Tech Internships generally open for applications in late summer. Business Internships generally open for applications in late fall.
How will the Internship provide personal and professional development?
Interns work alongside some of the best and brightest minds in tech building skills doing impactful work for our 875+ million members. Interns are also paired with an assigned manager and mentor to offer guidance, feedback and coaching throughout the Internship.
What benefits do Interns receive?
Interns receive relocation benefits, paid company holidays, social and professional development activities, free breakfast, lunch and snacks at the office, gym and fitness classes (vary by location), and more. Find more information about our InLife benefits here.
Are there opportunities to network with other Interns?
Absolutely. There are several events planned throughout the Internship. From our Speaker Series to interactive Intern activities and events, there are plenty of opportunities to connect with people from all across the company.
Where is there more information about the Intern experience?
Check out our Intern Program Video and follow #LinkedInterns and #LinkedInLife on social media to hear firsthand from our Interns about their experience.
What is LinkedIn’s company culture?
Transforming the world of work starts with our Culture & Values. Both are central to how we operate. They set us apart, define who we are, and shape who we aspire to be. At LinkedIn, we define Culture as the collective personality of an organization. Who you are, and more importantly, who you aspire to be, is the foundation for building an enduring, successful company. It’s what we refer to as #LinkedInLife. Our shared set of Values serves as the guideposts for how we make decisions and empower us to make decisions in a way that enriches the lives of our members and each other. Our shared Values include putting members first; trusting and caring about each other; being open, honest and constructive; acting as One LinkedIn; embodying diversity, inclusion and belonging; dreaming big, getting things done and knowing how to have fun.