Our Summer Intern program offers hardworking college students an opportunity to go beyond the classroom to develop leadership skills and gain relevant hands on experience working as part of a global support team with professionals across the enterprise. Additionally, interns will participate in scheduled activities throughout the summer, including sessions with Senior Leaders, site tours, volunteer opportunities, and other social events. Fiserv interns are in session from June 7, 2021 – August 13, 2021 and work approximately 40 hours per week.
Fiserv is currently looking for innovative and motivated Technology and Product Interns to participate in the 10 week 2020 Summer Internship Program. Technology areas such as Application Development, Global & Cyber Security, Mobile Solutions, Network Engineering and Quality Assurance are offering internships; each will provide training curriculum, mentoring, and on the job experiential learning.
Interns will work with Technology professionals learning much needed skills such as coding, testing and support application software; work with senior analysts and experienced teammates; offer innovative suggestions; participate in quality inspections; support in ongoing documentation of existing process, with mentorship, and other complicated projects. Assignments serve to offer practical experience and broad exposure to the organization. Specific activities vary by assignment.
- Progress towards completion of bachelor’s degree by December 2021 / May 2023 with demonstrated academic achievement
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 (3.5 or above preferred)
- Interest in learning and using emerging technologies (Mobile, payments, cloud computing, information security, and converging markets
- Understanding of development processes and life cycles preferred (Waterfall and SCRUM/Agile)
- Must have advanced Excel and PowerPoint knowledge
- Strategic and creative thinking; distinguished written and oral communications skills
Desired Technical Qualifications, expertise not required:
- C / C++
- Microsoft .NET
- ASP .NET
- Java Script
A wide range of college majors are considered based on specific needs of department such as: Computer Science/Network Engineering, Engineering, Mathematics, MIS, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math), but willing to train the right candidate.