Intern: Software Engineer

Washington, D.C.

Be part of the engineering team at Mastercard Data & Services

Creative product opportunities, modern business questions, and intricate datasets present uniquely challenging problems for organizations. At Mastercard Data and Services, we empower those organizations to make multi-million dollar, data-driven decisions. Our platform blends industry-leading analytics, advanced software architecture, the latest web technologies, and powerful, world-class data sources. As a member of our technology team, you will play a vital role, working closely with experienced and driven software engineers to solve these problems.

Make an Impact as a Software Engineer Intern

What this means for you:

  • Apply your skills in computer science, math, and statistics to solve important problems faced by some of the world's largest organizations
  • Design and develop state-of-the-art service oriented software architectures.
  • Create cutting-edge algorithms and analytical techniques that can handle on-the-fly processing across hundreds of dimensions
  • Play a central role in developing a powerful suite of web applications, and drive valuable improvements to the capabilities of our product
  • Leverage new technologies and approaches to innovating with massive data sets.
  • Lead and push the boundaries of analytics and powerful, scalable applications
  • Collaborate across teams with exceptional peers who are passionate about what they do
  • Build expertise in full stack development

Bring your Passion and Expertise

What we're excited about:

  • Proficiency with advanced object-oriented programming
  • Deep understanding of algorithms and data structures
  • Passion for solving varied and complex real-world problems
  • Initiative and creativity in approaching new challenges
  • Ability to thrive on small, highly collaborative project teams
  • Solid technical foundation with a degree in Computer Science or related field
Mastercard is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion. Applicants will be considered and treated without regard to gender, gender identity, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, veteran or disabled status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.