Who We Look For

Our goal of the internship program is to develop the next generation of Pariveda consultants. The program is geared towards students who have completed their core programming classes and are entering their junior or senior year of study. We look for programming experience, whether formal or informal, when selecting our interns.​​​

  • Ability to quickly learn and apply new skills and technologies

  • Driven to self-improvement as a professional 

  • Passion for problem solving and a commitment to continuous learning

  • Ability to work in small teams

  • Systems thinking and problem solving skills                       

  • Written and verbal communication skills                                

  • Pursuing Bachelor Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Mathematics or comparable major                       

  • Minimum GPA of 3.2 overall and in major course work                                

  • Applicants must be US Citizens, Legal permanent Residents, Asylees, Refugees, or Temporary Legal Residents. F1, J1 and H1B visas are not accepted at this time                       


A commonly asked question on campus is how you can make yourself standout from your peers who are applying for the same positions as you. Below are a few ways you can set yourself apart.                       

  • Come speak to us at a career fair or an on campus event, we want to get to know you                       

  • Become a leader on campus                       

  • Tinker with new technologies or find your passion in technology                       

  • Gain development experience outside of required coursework                       

  • Make sure you highlight your previous work experience                       

  • List your competency level in core programming languages                       

  • Summarize your career goal, what you want to get out of the internship                       


Not only did I learn more during my internship than I ever expected, I felt like I was actually a part of and an asset to the company. My mentors were great, my peers were fun, and the experience was a fantastic view into the consulting world.

– Josh Lyman, BYU Intern, Summer 2010​​​

    Past Internship Projects