CTS Summer Internships

Summer Internship Program

Our Summer Internship gives you real world experience in all phases of the software development lifecycle, including requirements gathering, software development, quality assurance, and project management.  Our internship is
paid 8-week program spanning June and July.                                                                                                                     

Work as a team to create a software application from start
to finish, receiving ample training and feedback along the way.
Learn from CTS Consultants who serve as a mentors and provide guidance during your time with CTS.
Enjoy getting to know your CTS colleagues, participate in our Fun Team events, and experience the local community!

Internship Project 2015
CHRON-GO Game Application
Our team of 11 interns in Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Mobile and Nashville developed a game application for internal CTS employees.  The application is similar to a BINGO game and is available for play weekly across multiple platforms.
Technologies used:  .NET 4.5, ASP.NET, MVC4, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap 2.3.2, HTML5, CSS3, SQL, LINQ

Internship Project 2014
Geekathlon Management System (GAMES) 2.0 

Our team of 10 interns in Atlanta, Birmingham, Chattanooga, Nashville, and Mobile developed the next version of GAMES to enhance the scoring system for the CTS Geekathlon. The CTS Geekathlon is an annual company-wide event in which employees play a series of games to win great prizes. GAMES 2.0 included a fantasy team module and social media component allowing users to interact with each other. 
Technologies used: .NET 4.5, ASP.NET, MVC 4, SignalR, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap 2.3.2, HTML5, CSS3

Internship Project 2013
Geekathlon Management System (GAMES)
Video: CTS Geekathlon Featuring GAMES
Our team of 17 Summer Interns in Atlanta, Birmingham, and Mobile developed GAMES to manage CTS Geekathlon scoring using the Scrum methodology. The CTS Geekathlon is an annual company-wide event in which employees play a series of games to win great prizes. For the first time, judges recorded players’ scores in GAMES, and participants were able to view their standings on a leaderboard in real-time via the web and on mobile devices.
Technologies used: ASP.NET MVC 4, Bootstrap, SignalR, TFS, SQL Server, SharePoint

Internship Project 2012
Project Information Management System (PIMS) 
Our team of 8 Summer Interns in Birmingham and Atlanta developed a SharePoint application that reduced the overhead associated with creating new projects by automating internal processes.
Technologies used: Visual Studio, .NET, C#, SharePoint, Team Foundation Server, SQL Server, Windows Communication Foundation


Become Our Next Summer Intern

Qualification Checklist

  • Major in Computer Science, MIS, or related field
  • Understand at least one current programming language (such as C#, VB.NET, or Java), and get some practical experience with it
  • Be passionate about technology and learning new skills
  • Communicate well with others, and enjoy working in a team environment 


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Interview Process

On Campus Interviews

We conduct interviews on campus every fall and spring. Visit your school's career center to apply for our openings so that we may select you for an on campus interview. If selected, you will interview on your campus with a member of our Talent Acquisition team and one of our technical consultants for a 30-45 minute combined technical and general interview. We want to ensure that you not only have the technical ability to succeed in our internship program but also have the professionalism and business knowledge to be a consultant.

Onsite Interviews

If selected for a final interview, you will be invited to one of our offices for an interview with our local Internship stakeholders in a group format. The final interview consists of an hour long technical interview and an hour long general interview, both conducted in groups.

Hiring Decisions

You will learn more about our decision timeline from your Recruiter throughout the interview process each semester. We typically make hiring decisions for the fall semester in November and for the spring semester in April. If you are not selected for a Summer Internship, please do not be discouraged from applying for full time opportunities in the future.

How to Apply


1. Meet us on campus. Check our Campus Recruiting Calendar to learn when we will be on your campus.

2. Apply online through your university’s Career Center.

3. Contact one of ourRecruiters to make sure we know you are interested!