Campus IMG
Grow With US WeWork is looking for students to become our future leaders. At WeWork, interns are fundamental to the company's growth. We provide the training and mentorship—you bring the drive and determination. Across our global network, we have opportunities spanning many different fields, from interior design to software engineering to hospitality. All provide real-life work experience that will challenge you and help you develop a deep understanding of business.
What to Expect During your WeWork internship, you’ll tackle several challenging and rewarding projects. Your team—including a coach to guide your work and a buddy to lend you some support—will provide you with the tools you need to succeed. As you work, you’ll have access to the company’s top leadership, get advice from experts in the field, and participate in networking events to help you get to know your fellow interns. You’ll gain experience and build connections that will jumpstart your career.
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​​​​​​​“I major in finance and economics at school, so I haven’t touched anything like a sales position before. But after this summer, I feel that I have grown a passion for the job.”


—Emma Ding, Shangh
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​​​​​​​“The pace with which WeWork operates was a steep learning curve, but now it’s my norm. I like working this way; time really flies by. There’s nothing worse than sitting at your desk and wondering when it’s time to go home. Now, people have to tell me that it's six o’clock, and time to leave.”
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—Olivia Bashiri, London
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“One of the best parts about this internship has been the ability to explore so many other career paths. We got to hear from people on other teams and learn about their different functions, even if those things weren’t necessarily our focus.”
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—Aziza Rishmawi, San Francisco
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slide 3 of 3“One of the best parts about this internship has been the ability to explore so many other career paths. We got to hear from people on other teams and learn about their different functions, even if those things weren’t necessarily our focus.” —Aziza Rishmawi, San Francisco ​​​​​​​

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