Looking for a remote data science internship?
Are you looking to build your skills in one of the fastest growing sectors out there?
Want to learn the skills to help you land an amazing remote job?
Demand for data science professionals has never been greater.
If you enjoy exploring data to find trends, and like to ask ‘Why?’ then a Data Science internship may be for you.
Why you should you do a remote data science internship
Many of the startups that we work with use cutting edge data science techniques, including but not limited to, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Often data is collected on a wide variety of dimensions and metrics, and used to draw insights and make strategic decisions on business development, marketing, product management and website structures.
As a data analytics intern, you may help to develop tools using Python, create reports and processes for leveraging data to solve real-world problems.
The experience you gain will help to develop your resume and teach you the practices used by everyone from fledgling startups to established tech titans.
Average salary for a Data Scientist in the US is $117,000
What could I learn on a data science internship?
Understand data science best practice
Develop your own models for analysis
How to clean data
How to detect significance and outliers
What key skills do I need for a Data Science Internship?
Critical thinking skills
Attention to detail
Data Science Internship Testimonials
Einar Jonsson has just completed a Masters in Mechanical Engineering at UCL in the UK. He completed a two month remote internship as a Machine Learning Engineer for a Asia-based aggregator service for the entertainment industry.
“The project was to complete two large machine learning projects for a platform that sells movie and theatre tickets across Asia. The first project was to build a ticket sale forecasting program, and the second project was to build a Netflix-like recommendation system.”
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I was paired with a data visualization expert who is working with Tableau, which is data visualization software.
My mentor’s from the US originally where he was a consultant working in data visualisation and building an online course platform.
“I’m finding it really interesting, it’s a good way to apply everything that I’m learning in school. College tends to be very technical and involve lots of equations. Now I get to use the information I learn and apply it in an everyday way.
I’ve started learning a new data analytics software which is called Glue so it’s really interesting seeing the tools that companies are using right now.”