Are you ready to put your technical skills and knowledge into practice? Then BTI360’s College Hire Program is for you. Get a head start on your professional career and gain valuable, hands-on experience through our paid, summer internship program.
You want an internship to prepare you for your professional career with useful knowledge and hands-on experience. We’ve seen first-hand the impact a positive internship experience can have. We’ll make sure you gain the experience, knowledge, and training so you’ll succeed long after your internship is over
Not all internships are the same. You’ll be in the thick of it (no menial tasks or writing throw-away code here!), working with your fellow interns to develop a web application that addresses a current need and will be used regularly.
Interested? Learn what we’ve got in store for you.
"...In BTI360’s Summer Internship we received the welcoming support of a team of experienced mentors. Unlike the more theoretical courses of undergrad, our mentors guided us in learning real-world technologies and practices to drive us forward in our careers."
"...As an intern, you are given the training and guidance that you need to become a successful Software Engineer, while also being trusted to lead the design and development of the project given to you...I would do it again in a heartbeat!"
"...It’s clear that BTI360 is genuinely interested in helping you reach your full potential. The internship provided an environment that allowed me to develop not only professionally and technically, but also on a personal level..."
"...We worked on a project that other teammates were working on. This gave us the opportunity to learn from the more experienced, and get a taste of what real world programming is like..."
Expand your software development skills through our unique combination of practical, hands-on experience and mentoring from our current teammates.Learn More
Software development is a team sport. That’s why we work hard to create a high performance team environment — so you can build great software from start to finish.Learn More
We know what it takes to get the job done. We also believe in the need for fun, so we make sure we take time to kick back and relax.Learn More
Your personal and professional development is our priority. That’s why, along with experienced software engineers as mentors, we provide extensive training on new technologies, best practices, leadership development, and more to help you become a well-rounded software engineer.
We believe the best teams draw on each person’s strengths to develop an application from start to finish. We’ll give you the flexibility to make design and development decisions — with the support of experienced engineers to help guide you along the way.
While we enjoy getting together and having fun as an entire BTI360 team, we recognize the need for a community of young professionals. That’s why we create opportunities to make memories with your peers outside of work. Gather with teammates just like you for game night, rock climbing, or random acts kindness.
So you want an internship that lets you take the lead on developing a web application that will get put to use, trains and mentors you in a variety of areas, and still makes sure you kick back and relax? Then you’re in the right place. Apply to BTI360 today!
We take our investment into our college hire teammates very seriously. We put a lot of time, energy, and resources into this program to make sure you develop the skills to succeed as a professional software engineer. Since we invest in and are committed to you, we ask that you make a commitment to us.
Also, during our summer internship we submit our college hires for a U.S. Government security clearance. A commitment to BTI360 is necessary to submit you for the clearance.
To make this decision easier, in addition to the offer for the summer internship, you will also receive an offer for full time employment with BTI360, including your minimum starting salary. Still have questions? Just ask our previous college hires for yourself during our interview process.
College begins to prepare you for a career in the real world, but your development doesn't stop there. To stay relevant, you have to continue learning and expanding your skills. BTI360 is just the place to do that -- we are focused on the continuous development of our teammates. In fact, our top priority is developing our people. To do that, we provide opportunities for all of our teammates to advance their skills and knowledge in software engineering, technical curiosity, and technical leadership.
A security clearance opens the door to an exciting world of opportunity that not everyone qualifies for. If you make the cut, you’ll have access to mission sensitive jobs that solve intriguing problems. Not to mention, there’s a high demand for software engineers with a security clearance -- and that means added job security.
A government contractor is someone who is contracted out to work directly for the government or for a prime contractor that owns a government contract. A contractor works at a government or prime facility along with contractors from other companies. At BTI360, it is our goal to have two or more teammates on the same contract working together as a team.
The internship in located at BTI360’s headquarters in Ashburn, VA.
A majority of BTI360’s work is located in the Northern Virginia area along the Dulles Technology Corridor including Tyson’s, McLean, Reston, Herndon, and Chantilly.
There is no separate relocation or housing compensation. However, housing costs have been factored into the internship’s salary. If you are not from the Northern Virginia area, we’ll help you find summer housing. Just ask.
You will get to apply cutting-edge software development tools to a web application that you will build from start to finish. Some of the technologies that have been used in past years are Java, Kotlin, Spring, Hibernate, AngularJS, Solr, Bootstrap, MySQL, Docker, and AWS. You will also use industry best practices for software engineering such as scrum, kanban, pair programming, automated testing, and test driven development.