Once a Mozillian,
always a Mozillian
Mozilla isn’t just a great place to intern. It’s an experience you’ll keep with you throughout your career.
From the passionate global community of technologists, thinkers, and builders you’ll collaborate with, to the opportunities you’ll have to learn and make the Web a better place, it’s safe to say your internship with Mozilla will be unlike any other.
As a part of our internship program, here are the things you can expect to be a part of your experience.
- Be mentored 1:1 by a fellow teammate and someone who shares the same values.
- Work on and impact challenging projects like Firefox and Rust.
- Take part in many social activities and events with fellow interns.
- Have the opportunity to meet with leaders across Mozilla including our CEO, Co-Founder, COO, CPO, CMO and VP’s of Engineering.
- Be a part of our community care program, aka Army of Awesome.
Things you’ll want to know
When should I apply?
We begin accepting internship applications in October and are typically finished recruiting for the calendar year by the end of March. While there is no set application deadline, we have a limited number of positions open each year, so apply early! All open positions are posted on our Listings page.
What is the interview process like?
Our interview process is pretty straightforward. You can expect a technical assessment and upon passing, two to three technical and behavioral interviews with live coding questions, typically done via video. It’s important to us to identify interns who are highly motivated, curious, and unique in their capabilities.
Will I get paid?
Yes! We offer a competitive salary in addition to housing, immigration and relocation assistance. And of course, lots of swag!
Where will I be?
We host interns at several our offices around the world: Mountain View, San Francisco, Portland, Toronto and London. Your internship will be based on the location of your team and/or your mentor.
Check out what our interns have been working on
Gallery of photos showing various people who work at Mozilla.