Are you someone starting out in the industry? We were just like you once and know how helpful it is to learn from someone who’s been there.
That’s why we started the Planet Argon intership program. As an intern, you can choose a career path you’re interested and spend a few months with the team learning what it takes to make it happen!
I am so appreciative of Planet Argon's amazing staff (my now friends), clients & company ethos, and bottom line, their openness to code school interns of all backgrounds/genders/places in life. As a 34-year-old new mom who got hired straight out of this Planet Argon internship, I am beyond grateful.
I can confidently say that Planet Argon was an excellent company to intern for. I received mentorship from every developer at some point. I was exposed to so many different libraries, frameworks, tools, and applications of which I had the freedom to explore and learn.
Planet Argon has a culture of 'openness', making for an ideal environment in which to learn and stretch your skills. Ideas are encouraged for the greater good. In my time with Planet Argon, I felt my contributions were valued. I appreciated the blend of guidance, support, and autonomy. It was a great internship experience!
Becoming an intern was a great way to jump start my career. I hit so many walls trying to teach myself the ins and outs of design/development. Being at Planet Argon each day meant having a fountain of knowledge available to me whenever I needed. Being in this environment, as well as constructive critiques, helped improve the quality of my work in such a short period of time!
School credit and compensation
Dedicated time with team and mentors
Work on real-world client projects
Dedicated professional development time
Industry experts as peers
Read case study
5 Lessons I learned from my Ruby on Rails Internship at Planet Argon
Five weeks flew by too quickly! Last Friday, our two interns from Epicodus had their last day with Planet Argon. During their time with our Rails development team, James and Tracie were able to work on real-life applications. On his last day, James put together a list of five things he learned during his Rails internship with Planet Argon. Check them out!
So... How Was Your First Week at Your Internship?
After spending five months in coding school, it was great to get hands-on agency coding experience at Planet Argon. Taking the Ruby and Rails track at Epicodus gave me a breadth of knowledge and I was eager to continue learning about backend development and see bigger applications implemented with these technologies.
Get in touch with us, and we'd be happy to answer any other questions you might have.