We’ve nearly doubled the number of YC startups looking for interns this summer, and the companies & roles are posted on Work at a Startup!

As a reminder, the YC internship program gives current undergrad and grad students the opportunity to find a great YC-backed and vetted startup. As a participant in the program, students also get access to founder talks, partner round-tables, career advising and even a peek into the YC batch dinner.

Lastly, below are the one-line pitches from the founders & hiring teams of why you’d be interested in joining them. Click below to learn more about each company and to apply.

  • Front (S14). Front was founded on the idea that people could be happier at work. With more than 5,000 customers and $79M in funding from Sequoia, Threshold (formerly DFJ), and others, Front is reinventing the inbox so people can accomplish more together.¬†
  • Volley (W18). We make games for Alexa and Google Home. With 1M MAU and our devices in practically every home, you’ll have plenty to do this summer with us.
  • LogDNA (W15). Over 3000 customers and $35M in funding, we’re fixing logging and analytics. Learn from people who’ve worked on products at Heroku, Facebook, and WhatsApp, among others.
  • Coursedog (W19). We are based in NYC, offer competitive compensation & benefits and offer an incredible opportunity to join a talented & young team that is changing Higher Ed for the better.
  • Readme (W15).¬†Work with us to help Lyft, Zenefits, Intercom, Box and 100s of others create docs and experiences that developers love. Lets make APIs dead simple to use, for everyone.
  • Togg (S18). We’re opening clinics in assisted living to keep seniors healthy and away from hospitals. Come work with our founding team on a great mission and great technology.
  • Coral Genomics (S18). Help us as we develop one of the world’s largest repositories of human genomic data, and improve patient outcomes.
  • Obie (S19). Join us as a Product Engineer intern in Chicago and learn how to ship code and have a real impact this summer.
  • BioRender (W18). You’ll work on our web-based computer graphics tool that allows scientists to accelerate groundbreaking research by making it 100x easier to communicate their work. In-office in Toronto, MERN stack.
  • NewStory (S15). Build something meaningful at the intersection of social impact and software. Intern with us this summer.
  • Vouch (S19). Simply better business insurance. Come help transform the way a trillion-dollar industry functions, working with a mix of seasoned entrepreneurs and technologists.