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Internship Program of Must Fintech

Internship Program of Must Fintech

Best successful story

1:1 with Ismail Gorkem from Turkey.

  • He started as Wordpress Developer and now he is a Product Manager
  • Freshly graduated in 2022
 

1:1 with Irfan Ali from Pakistan

  • He started as Mobile developer and now he is Product Owner for AI
  • Graduated in 2022 and started fresh with us as full time
 

Word of thanks from our Sponsored Student of IT, Raheel Munawar

  • He is in Pakistan and studying IT to become a future developer

Objectives and Goals

Objectives:

  1. Technical Skill Development:
      • Hands-on experience to enhance their programming, software development, and technical problem-solving skills.
  1. Industry Exposure:
      • Expose interns to the latest technologies, tools, and methodologies used in the IT industry.
  1. Mentorship and Guidance:
      • Establish mentorship relationships between experienced developers and interns to guide them in their technical and professional development.
  1. Project Contribution:
      • Enable interns to actively contribute to real software development projects within the company.
  1. Professional Collaboration:
      • Interns will get to learn about the teamwork and achieving goals together
  1. Career Path Exploration:
      • Help interns explore different career paths within software development and IT.

Goals:

  1. Code Quality and Project Completion:
      • Interns demonstrate the ability to write clean, efficient code and successfully complete assigned development tasks or projects.
  1. Learning Milestones:
      • Interns achieve specific learning milestones related to programming languages, frameworks, and industry best practices.
  1. Feedback and Improvement:
      • Collect regular feedback from interns and mentors to assess the effectiveness of the program and identify areas for improvement.
  1. Professional Growth:
      • A certain percentage of interns express interest in pursuing a career in software development or related IT fields.
  1. Recruitment Pipeline:
      • Use the internship program as a pipeline for potential future hires, aiming to retain and convert a percentage of interns into full-time employees.
  1. Diversity and Inclusion:
      • Foster an inclusive environment, attracting interns from diverse backgrounds and providing equal opportunities for all.
  1. Innovation and Problem-Solving:
      • Encourage interns to engage in innovative thinking and problem-solving, contributing valuable ideas to projects.
Clearly outline the objectives and goals of your internship program. Identify what skills and experiences you want interns to gain during their time with your company.
 

Internship Roles:

  • Fresh Graduate Developers

Internship types

  1. U type
    1. It is university program Every three months take evaluate to keep or revoke.
  1. P type
    1. It is public internship offered to public
  1. S type
    1. It is scholarship program, you must get recommendation from president of university. After face interview it is proceed

Internship Level

  1. Level1: Growth period, we will see attitude more, and will invest our energy and knowledge into their potential.
  1. Level2: Once you passed level1, Get offering regular member. If you didn’t passed it and want to start level1 again You must have confirmation from leader.

Risk taking Level

You can check our company salary and compensation depends on risk taking level. It is include target bonus, benefit and stock option.
  • Level1: Maximum $1200 to $9600
  • Level2: Minimum $9600 to $24000
  • Level3: Minimum $9600 to $36000
  • Level4: Minimum $9600 to $48000
  • Level5: Minimum $9600 to $200,000
  • Level6: N/A
  • Level7: Minimum $9600 to $300,000
  • Level8: N/A
  • Level9: Minimum $9600 to $1,000,000
[Comment]
  1. Internship candidates we have failed to hire because of they lacked the quality we expected. However, we have observed many talented university students; the main issue, generally, has been their "attitude.”
  1. So we divided level1, level2. level1 starts with annual $1200, for this reason the candidate who has good attitude and less experience we can invest in them.

Criteria for Internship

  • Good with coding and development skills
  • Eager to learn and acquire about running projects and market trends
  • Good Communication Skill to interact with people from different countries.
  • Want to have a best remote working experience
 

Mentorship Program

Interns will be assigned to experienced developers working on the project.
 

Structured Program of 4 Months Internship:

Internship Program Structure:

Week 1-2: Onboarding and Orientation

  • Introduction to the Company:
    • Overview of the company's mission, values, and organizational structure.
    • Meet and greet with key team members and leaders.
  • Technical Environment Setup:
    • Assist interns in setting up development environments and tools used within the company.
  • Company Policies and Procedures:
    • Orientation on HR policies, code of conduct, and other essential procedures.

Week 3-6: Technical Training Sessions

  • Technology Stack Overview:
    • In-depth sessions on the company's technology stack, programming languages, and frameworks.
  • Coding Standards and Best Practices:
    • Training on coding standards, version control systems, and best practices in software development.
  • Project Management Tools:
    • Introduction to project management tools used within the company (e.g., Jira, Trello).
  • Agile Methodologies:
    • Understanding and practicing agile methodologies in a real-world development environment.

Week 7-10: Hands-On Project Work

  • Project Assignment:
    • Interns are assigned to a real development project, working closely with a mentor or team.
  • Regular Code Reviews:
    • Conduct regular code reviews to provide feedback and improve coding skills.
  • Problem-Solving Workshops:
    • Workshops focused on enhancing problem-solving skills through coding challenges and real-world scenarios.
  • Progress Reports:
    • Interns provide weekly progress reports on their projects, outlining achievements and challenges.

Week 11-12: Cross-Functional Exposure

  • Cross-Team Collaboration:
    • Interns spend time with different teams within the company (e.g., QA, DevOps) to understand cross-functional collaboration.
  • Tech Talks and Seminars:
    • Attend tech talks and seminars from experienced professionals within the company.
  • Product Lifecycle Understanding:
    • Gain insights into the entire software development lifecycle, from concept to deployment.

Week 13-14: Mentorship and Soft Skills

  • Mentorship Meetings:
    • Scheduled one-on-one meetings with mentors to discuss career goals, challenges, and personal development.
  • Soft Skills Workshops:
    • Workshops on effective communication, teamwork, and time management.
  • Networking Events:
    • Attend networking events and connect with professionals both within and outside the company.

Week 15: Final Presentations and Evaluation

  • Project Showcase:
    • Interns present their completed projects to the team, highlighting key achievements and lessons learned.
  • Evaluation and Feedback:
    • Conduct evaluations to assess technical and soft skills development.
  • Career Guidance:
    • Provide guidance on potential career paths within the company and the industry.

Ongoing:

  • Feedback Mechanism:
    • Continuous feedback loop for interns and mentors to ensure ongoing improvement.
  • Conversion Opportunities:
    • Identify and discuss opportunities for interns to transition into full-time roles based on performance and interest.

Conclusion:

This internship program will help interns to acquire knowledge about real projects and market trends.
For the best performers and good developer this internship program can be a source of getting a regular job offer from Must Fintech.
The feedback from peers will help the developers to enhance their abilities and meet the market level output.