AT&T Software Development Internships 2019

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Reveal What’s Possible with AT&T

AT&T is one of Udacity’s earliest partners and a huge supporter of Udacity’s Nanodegree alumni. AT&T has offered 30+ internships to Udacity alumni, and they extended full-time AT&T job offers to most of the Udacity interns.

AT&T will be reviewing applications through August 2019 but spots are limited, so get started now to reveal what’s possible for your future!

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Program Summary

AT&T is hiring students with strong Java and Python skills to focus on full-stack development in their 2019 Technology Development Internship Program. AT&T has a great track record for hiring Udacity interns for full-time roles at AT&T.

Program participants must be eligible to work in the U.S. AT&T is unable to sponsor applicants for work visas of any kind for this position.

  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Middleton, New Jersey
  • San Ramon (Bay Area), California
  • Seattle, Washington
  • St. Louis, Missouri

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“The internship with AT&T opened up a whole new perspective for me. The experiences and friendships I have gained are invaluable. I now work with exciting new technologies on a daily basis.”

Swati Kamtar, Specialist Applications Developer, AT&T

Application Process

AT&T intern selections are based on Udacity profile information. AT&T is looking for candidates with knowledge of Python and/or Java as these internships primarily focus on full stack web development. Alumni with relevant skills from the following Nanodegree programs are encouraged to apply.

Eligible Nanodegrees
  • Full Stack Web Developer
  • Front-end Web Developer
  • Mobile Web Specialist
  • Machine Learning
  • Android Developer
  • iOS Developer
  • React

Follow these steps to start the application process, and Udacity will take care of the rest!
Complete your Udacity profile.
Upload your resume to your profile.
Select the AT&T Internship program on the Udacity profile page.
Turn on recruiter access for your profile.

If AT&T selects your profile, you will get an email from Udacity with next steps to begin the detailed application process.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is eligible to apply?

    Udacity students who have graduated or who will graduate before their internship begins from the Front-End, Android Developer, Mobile Web, Full Stack, React, iOS, or Machine Learning Nanodegree programs are eligible and are encouraged to apply. Interns must be able to work in the U.S. AT&T is unable to sponsor applicants for work visas of any kind for this position.

  • What kind of skills are required?

    Interns are expected to have full stack engineering skills, including Java and Python.

  • When do the internships start?

    AT&T is hiring throughout 2019 and interns will be able to begin their internships on a rolling basis throughout the year. Please note however that space at some AT&T offices is limited, so we encourage interested students to apply early.

  • What happens if my profile is selected?

    If your profile is selected for an internship application, here are the next steps:

    • AT&T will send you an email to take an online technical assessment. You will have three days to complete this assessment so make sure you have time available for this once you apply. Please note that this assessment is scored on a point scale. You do not need a perfect score to pass the assessment, so don’t give up if you struggle in any one section.
    • If you pass the online technical assessment, AT&T recruiters will reach out for a screening phone call. The caller will ask you questions about your technical experience and education, while evaluating your “soft skills” related to communication, problem solving, detail orientation, teamwork and collaboration.
    • Top candidates will then be invited for a final round of two technical interviews which will include a session on “pseudo live coding.”
  • Can I still apply if I’m not currently enrolled in college or never graduated from college?

    Yes. If you have completed the Full Stack, Front-End, Mobile Web Specialist, React, Android Developer, iOS, or Machine Learning Nanodegree programs in 2018 or if you are on track to complete one of these Nanodegree programs before your internship would begin in 2019, we encourage you to apply.

  • If I am not currently in college and am not a college graduate, will I be able to get through the first filter?

    Yes. Keep in mind that AT&T has collaborated with Udacity on its development of several Nanodegree programs. The AT&T team fully understands and respects how challenging it is to complete these programs. And consequently, they are eager to recruit and interview graduates of these Nanodegree programs.

  • Are there any age limits (minimum) on candidates for internships?

    Yes. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age or older.

  • Are these paid internships?


  • Is there a relocation/lump sum stipend for the internship?

    No. AT&T will not provide any moving or housing stipends above and beyond interns’ salaries.

  • When are these internships? When is the application period?

    AT&T is hiring throughout 2019 and interns will be able to begin their internships on a rolling basis throughout the year. Candidates can begin applying in November of 2018. Please note, space at some AT&T locations is limited so we encourage interested candidates to apply early.

  • Do candidates all have to live in the US?

    No, not when they apply for the opportunity. However all of the internships are located in the United States and interns must be eligible to work in the United States. AT&T is unable to sponsor applicants for work visas of any kind for this position. AT&T is likewise unable to sponsor relocation.

  • How long does the internship last?

    This program is a three month internship at 40 hours/week. AT&T’s ultimate goal is to hire interns, so qualified interns may receive an offer to convert to a full time role.