Are You Our Next

Web Intern?

About the Internship

Are you our next amazing intern? Are you excited to roll up your sleeves and do the actual work you hope to learn more about? UIE’s intern program is designed to immerse you in our day-to-day activity, get you to learn by doing, and see the immediate effects of your efforts. Our paid internships, onsite in North Andover, MA, last 4 to 6 months.

We take our internships seriously, and promise you’ll be kept busy honing your craft. There’s no cleaning the coffee maker or licking of envelopes. Though, we do ask you to stock the Rockstar Energy drink in the fridge.

To be clear, it’s not a foot in the door for a permanent gig at UIE. We’re committed to unleashing you on the world to go make great things.

Interns together

See what our past interns have to say:

2016 Interns

Craig Dickson Spring 2016 #

Front End Web Developer
Current: Available

  • Created UIE Chimp, a Mail Chimp time series research appliction built on Reactjs and Redux
  • Designed and implemented a landing page to test a new conversion avenue for the All You Can Learn Virtual Seminars
  • Participated in usability testing of the All You Can Learn homepage

“UIE gave the opportunity to explore my passion and build a full stack JavaScript application from scratch. From design to deployment, I was given generous support and guidance from the experts working at the company. In addition to expanding my knowledge of Front-end Web Development, I was able to improve my design and marketing skills by participating in email design and copy writing. I believe the internship offers something for everyone, especially if you're driven and willing to learn.”

Michelle Casey Winter 2016 #

Front End Web Developer
Current: Paytronix

  • Designed an email template generation program with pug, sass, and grunt
  • Successfully redesigned and deployed the Resources and Events email
  • Identified inefficiencies and optimized the intern on-boarding process

“This internship at UIE exceeded my expectations. I gained practical experience with front-end development, working with live servers, and best practices techniques in both coding and UI standards. I was unsure of exactly what I wanted to do after this internship when I started, but my time here gave me the opportunity to discover not only what interests me, but the necessary steps to get there. I had ample resources and advice from the whole team, and I leave here grateful for the whole experience.”

2015 Interns

Kara Ebrahim Fall 2015 #

Technical Web Designer
Current: HubSpot

  • Designed the Podcast Network logo
  • Redesigned and updated a few AYCL pages
  • Redesigned Article and Podcast emails

“I can’t speak highly enough of my internship experience at UIE. I was immediately thrust into a position where I was coding, designing, and troubleshooting every day, which vastly exceeded my expectations. My skills have increased and improved exponentially over these past few months, and I feel very well-prepared to apply these skills in any kind of setting. I was hoping this internship would provide a stepping stone to another job, but I did not anticipate just how much I would learn, how much I would be trusted to accomplish, and how bloated my resume and portfolio would become.

If you’re serious about pursuing goals, overcoming obstacles, and making strides in this industry, then your first step should be an internship at UIE.”

Sammy Kumar Spring 2015 #

Front End Web Developer
Current: Wakefly Inc.

  • Created “Meet the Interns” page
  • Established checklists and walkthroughs for all intern duties
  • Assisted in creating new UIE newsletter

“My time at UIE was a fantastic start to my career. This opportunity taught me technical, marketing, and business skills. The environment was welcoming and conducive to learning everyday. The people I worked with offered great advice in all aspects of my intern tasks. I am extremely glad to have been part of the UIE team.”

Ema Loftis Winter 2015 #

Front End Web Developer
Current: Connelly Partners

  • Learned how to build HTML emails
  • Automated Thought of the Day process
  • Attended my first industry conference

“My internship at UIE helped me develop a personal workflow while also giving me enough room to explore what interested me. From day one, UIE treated me like part of their family and it really made a difference. UIE gave me the experience I needed to get an entry level job before my internship ended but they also helped me gain the confidence I needed to do well in my new job. Without my internship, it probably would have taken me several years to figure out my career path and even longer to become confident in my own abilities.”

2014 Interns

Kaitlyn Carcia Fall 2014 #

Software Engineer
Current: Demandware

  • Restructured mailing list subscription forms to give users more control over which emails they receive
  • Wrote and executed several QA test plans for conference websites and All You Can Learn
  • Collaborated with several UIE stakeholders to make UI changes and use the MailChimp API to prepare the UX Thought of the Day landing page and Tumblr for launch

“I am beyond thankful to have had the opportunity to work at UIE, especially for one particular reason: the people. Working on a cross-functional team of people with different roles and diverse perspectives was so enriching to me. I did real, challenging work and learned from books, podcasts, and conversations every day. I left UIE having gained technical skills, a thirst to learn more, and, most importantly, confidence. My time at UIE has left me excited for the future and eager to be a part of a team as engaged, hard-working, and productive as the team at UIE.”

Joe Martucci Winter 2014 #

Interface Developer
Current: PixelMEDIA

  • Built a Mailchimp API interface in node.js.
  • Redesigned some older emails to be responsive
  • Created new, reusable designs for the UI19 emails

“I came into the internship at UIE looking to move from a completely different career (biotech) into web development, and things couldn’t have worked out better. It was a great environment to learn in, I was immersed in the latest and greatest ideas in design and development, and I was given the time to explore my own interests while learning more about web development practices.”

2013 Interns

Doris Wong Fall 2013 #

Conversion Specialist
Current: Acquia

  • Started the design of the double opt-in email subscription process
  • Redesigned the Virtual Seminar email templates
  • Gained confidence to take risks

“It was one of the best internship experiences I've had, especially as someone who was in a career transition. New skills I learned that were essential was Git, grids for responsive design, and user experience methodology. With a small agile team, it was a great collaborative environment and I was always learning. The folks there truly care about each other and that's what I miss most about them.”

Dmitriy Gabriel Spring 2013 #


  • Cultivation of discipline and dependability at work - I learned I can be counted on to ask the right questions, learn the necessary skills, and get the job done quickly and efficiently.
  • Built out pages for the conference recordings.

“I felt very welcome and comfortable during my tenure with UIE. The internship was well thought-out to give its interns daily exposure to a number of important technologies and skillsets, including version control, HTML5/CSS3, and email marketing. They also supported and helped set me up for success for my move across the country after the internship ended.”

Brian McCarthy Winter 2013 #

User Experience
Current: Cybergrants

  • UI18 event pages, promotional emails, and the conference itself.
  • Assisted in transition of templates and databases from Constant Contact to MailChimp!
  • Assisted in creation of All You Can Learn website

“From the beginning, it was one of the most intense application processes I had or have been through—and well worth it. In fact, every application and interview process since has seemed a breeze in comparison. In my time with UIE, I learned many skills; I mastered the “Dark Arts” of the HTML email; I sat in and participated in usability tests of the new AYCL website, followed by KJ Method sessions; and I was introduced to the wonders of true responsive design, Twitter Bootstrap, Git, and best practices such as clean, slim CSS and the use of HTML entities at all times.

The entire team helped me refocus my developed skills from other talents into tools for UX and UI. The whole gang at UIE does such a tremendous job of developing a real feeling of family that it’s a hard place to leave. However, I am happy to say that I’ve been able to pay it forward by utilizing my gained knowledge to enhance the processes and tool sets of every agency, company, or small creative boutique I have worked for since. I consider myself the winner of a lottery.”

2012 Interns

Hannah Moore Fall 2012 #

Web Developer
Current: Verndale

“UIE was a great place for me to start out. I am still very appreciative that they took a chance on me when I was just starting out. I really enjoyed the laid-back atmosphere at UIE and the fact that there was a general focus on researching industry best standards. One time I got to sit in on a usability test and afterwards we all brainstormed on it using the KJ method with tons of post-its. It was cool to get to be part of that. I also got to reconstruct a website as part of a court case. Since the website no longer existed I had to use the wayback machine to figure out what it used to look like, so it was a mixture of web development and detective work, which was a lot of fun. I learned a lot working at UIE (Git, Basecamp and Wordpress among other things) and since leaving they have been extremely helpful with recommendations and references for new jobs.”

How to apply

Send us the following to apply for our next internship:

  1. Your resume
  2. A half-page write up of your most significant web development accomplishment. (Don’t forget this. Most do.)

While we’re less concerned with your skills and qualifications, we won’t compromise on your ability to deliver team results.

You might even want to check out our web sites for some insight into our current efforts. We think you’ll be excited by where we are today and the challenge to get us where we’re going.

You will work in our North Andover offices. (Sorry, we don’t hire remote employees, or those not already in the United States.) We’ll provide all the equipment you need, including Apple hardware and Mac software to bring out the best in your talents and skills.

We’d like our next intern working 30 to 40 hours per week, but we will offer flexibility to the right candidate.

Send your resume and write-up to: WebDevInternJob AT uie DOT com.