Internship Program Stats


How To Apply

Candidates may apply in person through their college career fair, online through the college's job site, or via the CapTech website. Applications will typically include a resume and cover letter (optional).



Number Of Interns

10 to 20


Featured Rankings

Best Consulting Internships






6 to 12 weeks




About the Program

About the Company

Intern Reviews

  • “I never felt pressured to work more than 40 hours a week, the company really prioritized a balanced work/life balance and that this internship was not meant to stress us but rather be a fun and safe learning environment.”
  • “Expected 40 hours, but encourage vacation time, which they apparently offer a lot. The only reason to get more than 40 hours is if you have internal work or have personally taken on more projects, so work/life balance seems good. Culture very supportive and encourages diversity through ERGs.”
  • “Positive learning environment. There are frequent learning and development sessions to learn from internal subject matter experts on a variety of up-and-coming topics in technology, from Blockchain to AR/VR. Flat hierarchy encourages collaboration and mentorship, and intern teams are connected directly to relevant subject matter experts to help over the course of the project.”
  • “The culture at CapTech has been amazing! Everyone is extremely friendly and willing to connect with interns, all the way up to the CEO. We worked normal 9-5 days, but they felt very short to me as we were problem-solving and developing our project pretty consistently. The work/life balance was great, and CapTech even offered many opportunities for social events and ways to connect to the company and its leadership.”

Getting Hired Here

  • “The interviewers were extremely friendly and asked appropriate questions for my experience level and were assuring me that it if I didn't know a technical answer I would have no trouble learning it in the future. The applicant selection did seem very selective, but mainly based on finding applicants that have a good personality and soft skills combined with their intelligence and ability to learn.”
  • “One 30-minute behavioral and one 45-minute technical interview was required. Neither interview was particularly difficult, focus was on problem solving and collaboration skills. The technical interview did not feel like a quiz, questions were more geared [toward] uncovering your thinking process, and there was no penalty for wrong answers.”
  • “The interviewers are very passionate and not intimidating at all. Even the technical interview was easier than expected. I like that they take passion and schoolwork as a bigger factor over the technical interviews.”
  • “Response times were quick between calls. Every person was nice during the process.”