Write Code That Matters
As a Logos Development Intern
“Learning to code in a professional environment imparts skills that can’t be found in school, and the mentors and everyone at Logos are friendly and always willing to help.”
Amy, Western Washington University, Summer 2013
“I like the culture because people are really open. You can walk into anyone’s office and talk to them.”
Landon, Abilene Christian University, Summer 2013
“I was placed on challenging projects that could have lasting impact on the company. Logos’ development culture is collaborative, with code review performed often and feedback given by other developers.”
Justin, Whitworth University, Summer 2013
“I learned more in those first nine weeks than I had over two years at college.”
Ryan, Western Washington University, Summer 2013
Ship real projects that affect real people
Logos Bible Software offers paid 12-week software-development internships that throw you into the action. You’ll work on real projects alongside professional software developers, and you’ll get personalized one-on-one training and mentorship—plus perks like our outdoor center, game room, and unlimited soda and espresso.
Since 1992, Logos—a worldwide leader in multilingual electronic publishing—has grown from a couple of programmers in a basement into the world’s largest developer of Bible software. Logos partners with hundreds of publishers to offer thousands of ebooks and digital study resources. And many of our 350+ full-time employees began their careers as interns—you could be next.
Logos is headquartered in beautiful Bellingham, Washington—a university town surrounded by water, mountains, and breathtaking scenery. Working downtown, you’re never far from local businesses and attractions, countless outdoor activities, the historic Fairhaven district, and more! Living right between Seattle and Vancouver, BC, you’ll experience the best of the Pacific Northwest.
If you love writing code, working with the latest technologies, and helping people everywhere study the Bible, apply today. Send a cover letter, a résumé, and an example of something you’ve created to email@example.com.
This past summer, 35 dev interns helped us tackle some big challenges. As an intern at Logos, you’ll write code for projects that matter. Watch to learn more.
Last summer, we hired interns from all over the country. See what they have to say about Logos internships.
Chris, a recent graduate from Baylor University, describes several exciting aspects of his internship at Logos Bible Software.
Asa, a recent graduate of Abilene Christian University, talks about what he found meaningful as a Logos intern.
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