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Why join us

Get an inside look at what Gigamon is all about while still earning your degree. Our interns are getting tons of hands-on experience, putting them further ahead of their classmates when they graduate. Gigamon offers internships in a variety of different departments and our interns are not just making copies. They’re working on meaningful projects that are important to the business. Our interns are integrated into the department to get their hands dirty and cultivate a knowledge base they can take with them as they continue to develop in their career. Not to mention the awesome perks, and fun working environment.

What our interns are saying

"I couldn’t have chosen a better place to spend my summer than at Gigamon. The Legal team is incredibly involved in every aspect of the business, which allowed me to work on a wide variety of projects in different areas of the law. I regularly participated in meetings with the extremely approachable Gigamon executives, including the CEO, which gave me a unique and exciting glimpse into the different facets of technology business management."

Amanda Hix, Legal Department
Georgetown University Student

"My internship at Gigamon as a hardware engineering intern has provided me exposure to some of the latest technologies and industry standard hardware network architectures. Being part of the diagnostics team has allowed me to learn from some very experienced colleagues and provided me with better coding skills. The thing I love most about Gigamon is the open work culture and encouragement to ask questions and participate in discussions."

Anush Shankar, Hardware Engineering Department
San Jose State University Student

"Interning at Gigamon this summer has allowed me to learn new skills and gain real world experience in the industry. The people I worked with were very friendly and always willing to help, and I really enjoyed all of the intern events - from getting to have lunch with the CEO to bowling night, and even presenting our projects to the employees at the end of the program."

Juno Morey, Software QA Department
UC Berkeley Student

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