Plan our biggest event of the year: Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco. Work directly with sponsors, partners, and customers to make this year’s OpenWorld the best Silicon Valley has ever seen. You’ll even score an invite!
There’s always a new product release, innovation, or exciting customer story to share with the world, and you’ll be at the center of it all. Write press releases and work directly with media to disseminate breaking Oracle news.
Analysts like Gartner are crucial to the success of our business. They let us know how we are performing in the industry. Help us manage our relationships with these key players and learn what it takes to be an industry leader.
We’re looking for top talent to help us develop our internship programs, university capstone programs, and keep our employees constantly learning.
Marketing is nothing without the numbers. Machine learning, social media analytics, data visualizations – you'll be on the front lines, helping us solve our most pressing business problems.
Help us manage relationships with our employees, customers, partners, and followers through Oracle’s social channels. We need skilled interns to strategize, plan, execute content to post and share our stories.
Work directly with the heart of our business – our customers. We need fresh perspectives to tell our customers’ stories in ways that show the world just how amazing they are.
Help us reimagine and further Oracle’s brand! If you haven’t heard, Oracle’s 40-year-old branding has gotten a bit of a refresh. That’s why we need new, brilliant ideas from our Brand Office interns to push us forward.
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We want you to find the best fit for you and your mentor. Here is how the application process works.
We’ve already started receiving applications for our 2020 Summer Internship! To submit yours, click apply. We’ll receive thousands of applications, so if you don’t get a response right away, don’t lose hope!
Based on your resume and application, a member of our Recruitment Team will reach out to schedule a first-round interview with themselves, or another member of the team. Assuming you crush it, you will be invited to interview a second time. This could either be with another member of the Recruitment Team, or with a potential mentor. All candidates will interview with one or two potential mentors during the process, and some mentors might want other members of their teams to speak with you as well. We try to limit the process to 2-3 interviews, but depending on the team and position, there may be up to 4-5.
Once you nail your interviews with the Recruitment Team and mentor(s), you will be placed on the team of that mentor. You will receive an offer letter in your inbox with detailed instructions for how to accept! We’re a big company, and we treat our interns like full-time employees, so you’ll go through the same acceptance process that all Oracle employees do.
Finally, after waiting the whole school year, your Oracle Internship Experience officially starts! We typically offer two start dates: one for students on the semester system, and one for students on the quarter system. You will participate in a day of onboarding with your fellow intern class, and you’ll get to meet your mentors and team right off the bat. From there, you will dive into your projects, engage in fun and informational events, get to know your intern class, network with mentors, and even receive hands-on mentorship from executives.
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Most interns are required to work in the office in which their assigned team is located, but this is not universal. To confirm, check with the Oracle hiring manager associated with your position.
Our summer internship typically last between 8-12 weeks, although many of our student interns stay on to work part-time once the summer is over!
Of course! We’re always seeking the brightest talent. Plus, getting to know and appreciate Oracle through an internship is desirable experience when it comes to full-time placement.
All interviews have different components, depending on the position, the hiring manager, and the candidate. Some of this depends on whether you are applying for a technical position or a nontechnical position. Candidates applying for technical positions can usually expect an assessment or problem given to understand the breadth of their abilities. Regardless of the position, all candidates can expect to respond to a few universal questions, like:
There are a few key practices that should help you prepare for an interview with us. If you want to know more, check out our Oracle Careers Blog. Here are a few tips and tricks to start:
Every role will be different, but at Oracle we do look for certain characteristics from our employees. Our interns are:
Oracle interviews can be completed online (Skype or Zoom), over the phone, or in person. This might vary depending on the interviewer's preferences, or the nature of the position. For example, most technical interviews will have an online and over-the-phone component, as most will involve a skills assessment. On the other hand, behavioral interviews will most likely be completed over the phone or in person, depending on where a candidate lives. Once you receive an invitation to interview, a hiring manager will provide you with specific instructions.
If you have been in contact with a hiring manager, that individual will let you know when a position has been filled. If you do not receive a response to your application for over 2 months, it’s safe to assume that the position has been filled.