Internships and Apprenticeships at Involution

by Jon Follett

At Involution Studios Boston, we've been lucky enough to design crazy, brain-bending, exciting software that changes the way humans work and play. Since 2004, we've been creating software for some of the biggest and best companies, not to mention over 100 different start-ups in various industries. Our alumni have worked for companies like Apple, Facebook, Adobe and IDEO. And we're fortunate to work on important, complex problems in practice areas like healthcare, security, information technology, and engineering.

We're always on the look out for passionate and tech-obsessed designers and engineers that want to work in a small studio with people who will stretch their mind and skills. A number of the designers and engineers that work here today started their careers at Involution as interns or apprentices.

Each quarter we typically accept 2-3 people into our internship program; Usually our interns are still in school and looking to get real world experience. What makes an Involution Studios internship unique is that there's no fetching coffee here. When you join Involution Studios as an intern, you're inserted into real projects, side-by-side with experienced professionals.

An Invo apprentice is a recent college graduate with a degree in design, computer science, or a related field. Apprentices spend two years working as a full-fledged designer on our team. While working on amazing software, they have hands on learning opportunities with the finest minds in the field.

We recently put together this video that gives just a little taste of the Invo studio life and what it means to be an intern or apprentice here. You can also check out what former interns and apprentices have to say about their experience, in the Careers section of our site. Do you want to design, code, and build beautiful, amazing services and products that ship? If you have a design eye or maker’s touch, and have the confidence and ability to be the best, join us for a fun and rewarding experience that will seed and launch your design career.

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