Co-op/Intern Program

Teradici’s co-op and internship programs give students an opportunity to gain paid, practical and relevant work experience. The co-op program is based in our Burnaby office and we recruit three times a year for these positions across the organization. The co-op terms vary depending on the area; however are usually 4 to 8 months. We also look to hire interns for our Santa Clara office, for which we recruit on an as needed basis. As a co-op/intern, there are opportunities for extensions and permanent positions, making Teradici a great place to start your career.

Why Teradici?

Students describe their work at Teradici as challenging and rewarding. They appreciate the opportunity to learn beyond the textbook and gain hands-on experience. Students are proud of the work they do, as they are able to see the impact it has on the growth of the organization.

At Teradici we value balance between working hard and having fun – students enjoy taking part in various events, such as company-wide meetings, sports clubs and other social activities. Students are encouraged to incorporate their interests and ideas as part of these events.

In the past we have had opportunities in the following areas. As we continue to grow, our campus program may expand into other departments.

  • CTO Office
  • Information Technology
  • Software Development
  • Software Quality

Visit our job listings page to see current opportunities!

We have partnered with the following schools for recruitment of our co-op/intern positions:

  • "A co-op term at Teradici was the highlight of my academic career so far. Working in a fast-paced interesting environment with energetic and knowledgeable engineers provided valuable industry experience. Teradici offered generous perks while balancing fun and productivity."

    Eric Sund,
    Past Co-op

  • “At Teradici I was treated as an employee rather than a paper filing intern which allowed me to experience working in a community and experience a wide range of the firmware development process through attending meetings and progress review sessions etc.”

    Noah Guld,
    SHAD Intern

  • “Beside all the technical learning I can affirm that I became a different person and I also changed my professional ideas about what I can do and learn.”

    Guilherme Rodrigues,
    Science without Borders Intern