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Sharing the Passion with NVIDIA’ Future Leaders
NVIDIA targets the brightest candidates from top MBA programs to support its business development, product management and marketing organizations. In addition to tackling challenging business issues, interns receive a comprehensive experience which includes mentorship and social networking events as well as an Executive Leadership Series which offers an extensive view into our business units, and how our executives are growing those businesses. We provide interns with an in-depth perspective into our industry, company and culture which provides them the tools they need for success. We are committed to creating NVIDIA's future leaders.
Work with Some of the Most Talented People in the Industry
Our employees thrive in a high performance culture. This group of very talented and passionate people is joined in a single pursuit – to touch people's lives with innovative technologies that transform the way people work and play. MBA Interns have an opportunity to partner with the brightest minds in technology and work on uniquely challenging projects that create significant impact throughout the organization.
Product Management Intern
NVIDIA awakened the world to the power of computer graphics when it invented the GPU in 1999. We have since led the industry with breathtaking graphics on computers ranging from smartphones to game consoles to engineering workstations. Our expertise in GPUs has led to breakthroughs in parallel processing, empowering scientists with access to ultra-efficient supercomputers.
We are looking for Product Management Interns who can thrive in a fast-paced working environment as a part of the product management team for one of NVIDIA's leading brands: NVIDIA ® GeForce ®, NVIDIA Tegra ®, NVIDIA Tesla ®, or NVIDIA Quadro ®. In this position you will work alongside industry game-changing experts to bring revolutionary products to market that change the way we live and work. You’ll be immersed in a culture that thrives on innovation, creativity, and a passion to make a difference in the world. Come see what we’re all about!
Responsibilities include but are not limited to: developing product positioning, messaging, forecasting, market / trend analyses, pricing, competitive analyses, and product roadmaps. Specifically, you will help develop business and market models to drive the next level of growth for NVIDIA's business. Communication skills are essential as the Product Management intern must work proactively across various functional areas in the company, including engineering, operations, sales, marketing and finance. An understanding of semiconductor industry and PC industry dynamics is an advantage.
HOW TO APPLY
The current positions have been filled. To be considered for future opportunities, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
|"I chose to work at NVIDIA because it is a company that is entrepreneurially minded, growing fast, and has a tremendously bright future. Working for the business development group has been a great experience. I've had the opportunity to interact with all of the top-level managers and helped to formulate many different types of market and competitive strategies to pursue. This was all possible because of NVIDIA's relatively flat hierarchy which allows an intern the opportunity to be heard and make a big difference."
MBA Corporate Development Intern
Harvard Business School
|"NVIDIA is unique in the sense that even though the company has grown significantly in the past several years and has become a leader in the graphics industry, its culture is still very much entrepreneurial. As the company continues to grow, there are tremendous opportunities for MBA's with business skills to make an impact. The fact that CEO Jensen Huang comes to an one-hour lunch session and ends up spending over two hours with the 8 MBA interns is indicative of how MBAs are valued within NVIDIA. In fact, I have been very impressed with the resources the company has invested in creating a structured and meaningful MBA internship. My summer projects focused on marketing and business operations within one specific business unit. While the projects gave me in-depth knowledge of a particular segment of my business unit, the bi-weekly lunch time speaker series helped me understand other business units and the company as a whole. The latter has been an invaluable part of my internship as I try to learn as much as possible about the business and explore my post MBA career options." |
MBA Marketing Intern
MIT Sloan School of Management