Where the Silicon Valley Tech Internships Are | Apps & Software

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Colleges around the country are winding down their academic years, and in just a few weeks, hordes of tech interns will descend upon Silicon Valley. They’re already combing Airbnb and Craigslist for housing, trying to align apartment locations with corporate shuttle schedules, and to decide if they need kitchen privileges or if it’s really true that they’ll eat of all their meals at work—for free.

Right now, job site Indeed reports that intern listings are healthy (although most recruiting for summer spots happens the previous autumn). According to Indeed, the companies with the most STEM internships open are, in alphabetical order: Adobe, Bio-Rad, Chegg, Coinbase, eBay, Facebook, FormFactor, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Kaiser Permanente, KLA-Tencor, Lockheed Martin, Lumentum Operations, Oath (formerly Yahoo), Salesforce, Sandia National Laboratories, SAP, ServiceNow, Shutterfly, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Synopsis, Visa, and VMWare.

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