Apple Internship

Apple Offer - The OfferApple decided to offer me an internship this summer. I’m headed to Cupertino (San Jose), California from May 24 – Aug 20. I will be doing software development for them, more specifically Java, J2EE development for their retail point of sale division. I was interviewed a total of 5 times, once on campus, two phone interviews, and two iChat video interviews. It was quite a process.

When the official offer came, it felt like I was opening my first iPod. The 3-fold pristine white offer with the Apple logo was exactly what you would expect from Apple.

Apple has an incredible company culture.  A fellow BYU MISM alumni stated “One year at Apple is like three years at any other company.” I’m interested to see first-hand what Apple’s internal processes are like.

Kellie will continue to work at KSL as a morning show producer and will be in California with me for 15 of the 90 days.  It will be tough not seeing her every day, but she will be coming out to visit almost every other weekend.

Working in Silicon Valley has always been on my to-do list, I can’t wait to see what it is like.

9 thoughts on “Apple Internship

  1. Hi Brady,

    I saw your Notes app and became a fan of you, because we love adobe and like the persons who loves adobe and makes products out it 🙂

    Great to see your offer from apple, you deserve it and its a great start for a successful journey.

    All the best

  2. Hi Brady! Wow that sounds good! How was your internship like? What do you think it takes to be accepted? I want to be an intern for apple as well, I’m going to be a 4th year at UCLA. I’m not a computer science major or anything, so an internship in the business development/marketing, etc. would be more ideal.

  3. Brady – Why did you go to apple NoteSync is the best piece of work since SuperCalc in 1981?

  4. I know this an old post, but I was doing some research because I just got an internship with Apple as well and was wondering if you can fill me in a little more about the place.

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