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Internships at CoreLogic

At CoreLogic, we believe that internships are the key to helping students gain valuable work experience and experience the CoreLogic culture. Our internship program provides students with the opportunity to experience the day-to-day work environment, facing challenges and making decisions that have an impact.

Opportunities and Specific Disciplines

  • Software Engineering
  • Data Science and Analytics
  • Information Technology
  • Business Analysis
  • Finance and Accounting
  • Product Management
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Strategy and Business
  • Legal

What will you experience during our summer internship program?

  • 10 weeks of broad exposure to our work environment and practical experience within a specific team
  • Robust, meaningful projects within a dynamic, driven and diverse team
  • Interaction with senior leadership
  • Partnership with a manager/mentor who provides guidance and feedback
  • Networking and development activities
  • Competitive compensation
  • Lunch-and-Learn workshops and volunteer activities

Hear From Former Interns

Josh Graves

Josh Graves

Professional, Data Scientist
School: Chapman University
Location: Irvine, CA

Q: What did you enjoy most about your internship experience?
A: Working in a team-based internship project was helpful in seeing how to accomplish work at a business level. My favorite part was working with my team to collectively finish the project over the summer. It was nice to work with interns from different departments to keep the project moving on schedule.

Q: What kinds of technology and cutting-edge tools do you work with?
A: I work with big data tools such as Apache Hive and Spark, AWS, and Google Cloud Platform.

Q: What made you decide to stay on full-time at CoreLogic?
A: Working at CoreLogic is a great learning experience because the company is still growing in the data science department. I believe my work goes further and I have more inputs, as an entry-level employee, on large projects.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: I love the people that I work with, as well as the tools that we use. We do a lot of research on best tools to use, and learning new technologies is heavily encouraged.

Q: What challenges are you solving in your role?
A: Since we don’t always manufacture our own data, we deal with a lot of challenges regarding data quality, and the challenging part is cleaning and getting the data ready to fit into our models.

Q: What piece of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June?
A: Ask questions and utilize the people on your team as much as possible. There are so many learning opportunities at CoreLogic, so try to take advantage of as many as you can.

Jennifer Assaf

Jennifer Assaf

Professional, Software Engineer
School: UC Irvine & Oregon State University
Location: Irvine, CA

Q: What did you enjoy most about your internship experience?
A: It was a great opportunity to learn and apply what I learned from school. Also, from the very first week of my internship, I was working on actual projects and was part of the team.

Q: What kinds of technology and cutting-edge tools do you work with?
A: I use a lot of different tools. For example: Spring Framework, Spring Boot, ElasticSearch, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry and several more cloud-based tools.

Q: What made you decide to stay on full-time at CoreLogic?
A: I love the people, the culture, and all the opportunities to improve my skills.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: My team builds enterprise microservices that are consumed by various CoreLogic applications and teams. We integrate with other teams that have different needs, code bases and development patterns. The challenging part is developing solutions to fit all these needs.

Q: What challenges are you solving in your role?
A: Since we don’t always manufacture our own data, we deal with a lot of challenges regarding data quality, and the challenging part is cleaning and getting the data ready to fit into our models.

Q: What piece of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June?
A: Ask questions and utilize the people on your team as much as possible. There are so many learning opportunities at CoreLogic, so try to take advantage of as many as you can.
Q: What pieces of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June 2020?
A: My advice to new interns would be that they are not expected to know everything. Don't be afraid to ask questions!

Cole Anderson

Cole Anderson

Professional, Software Engineer
Base Camp Graduate
Location: Oxford, MS

Q:What did you enjoy most about your internship experience?
A: I truly enjoyed the opportunity to be hands on and to have the chance to learn by actually working with production code.

Q:What kinds of technology and cutting-edge tools do you work with?
A: I had the chance to work with an in-use, large code base. I also was pushed by my team to always use the best solutions to any problem I was given. They also pushed me to learn outside of my immediate work item by giving my challenges, or learning tasks, on machine learning, working with the cloud, etc.

Q: What made you decide to stay on full-time at CoreLogic?
A: Then main reason I stayed was the environment and my team. They both pushed me to learn, but made sure I had the necessary tools to do what I needed. They made work feel like a challenge that I could work to overcome rather than a daunting task that seemed impossible to solve.

Q: What challenges are you solving in your role?
A: The challenges I help to solve differ day-to-day or week-to-week. I may spend weeks working on different pieces to a new applications, or just a day on minor fixes. It all depends with such a wide variety of work items I never seem to find myself bored with what I’m working on.

Q:What do you love about your job?
A: I, once again, have to say my team and the people I work with. They provide an amazing environment to both learn and be productive while still managing to make work enjoyable.

Q:What pieces of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June 2020?
A: I would say that the two main pieces of advice I would give are that you should always remember it takes time to learn and everyone around you is both your team and a major resource. With that, I believe you should always keep yourself in check with how you learn by having well thought out goals set for yourself and by spending your time appropriately between asking questions and working independently.

Caleb Robinson

Caleb Robinson

Professional, Software Engineer
School: University of Central Oklahoma
Location: Oklahoma City, OK

Q:What did you enjoy most about your internship experience?
A:I really enjoyed having a mentor who was patient with me as I learned the new technologies of my project. It helped me enjoy the learning process and feel confident enough to achieve the goals I had for myself.

Q:What made you decide to stay on full-time at CoreLogic?
A: I stayed at CoreLogic because of the work and the people. My manager and co-workers are great people, and they make me proud to be a part of the team. On top of that, I get to work with Angular and .Net, both of which are really cool.

Q:What do you love about your job?
A: I get to create and improve internal tools which help the company be more efficient. This project is outside the sprints, which means the pressure is much lower while I continue to learn.

Q:What challenges are you solving in your role?
A: The challenges I solve often involve UI. I have a lot of creative freedom with the interface of the tools, which I greatly enjoy. With that freedom comes choices on what I will allow the user to do and how I allow them to do it. It’s probably the most enjoyable part of my work.

Q:What pieces of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June 2020?
A: Understand that no one expects you to know everything. Ask as many questions as you can (after researching on your own). Be prepared to learn. It will be a lot of information all at once, but you’ll grow so much.

Jonah Herold

Jonah Herold

Professional, Business System Analysis
School: University of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA

Q:What did you enjoy most about your internship experience?
A: I enjoyed the opportunity to work independently and learn through self-direction while also having the ability to leverage the brilliant minds around me to develop my skill set.

Q: What made you decide to stay on full-time at CoreLogic?
A: In addition to being an industry leader, CoreLogic is always innovating. It is exciting to be part of a culture that encourages new ideas, and it is rewarding to see the impact your work has on the global real estate ecosystem.

Q: What do you love about your job?
A: Whether I am working with new products, cloud computing, or business intelligence software, I am learning something new every day.

Q: What challenges are you solving in your role?
A: The massive scale of our datasets makes it hard to extract meaningful information. I condense these raw figures into relevant trends and create an easily digestible, insightful story.

Q: What pieces of advice would you give to the new interns starting in June 2020?
A: Be proactive and seek out opportunities to maximize your impact. Ask questions, take different approaches, and think without boundaries to put your ideas into action.

Frequently Asked Questions

Internship opportunities are available throughout our U.S. offices.

Undergraduate or graduate-level students with a minimum of two years of completed coursework. Candidates should have a cumulative 3.0+ GPA on a 4.0 scale. Ideal candidates will have demonstrated campus and leadership involvement and relevant internship or work experience.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply through corelogic.com/careers to be apart of our innovative team, focused on reimagining the real estate economy through cutting-edge data and technology!