Young SEEDer Internship (YSI)
At A Glance
Are you keen to get a headstart in a technology career with DBS?
Are you interested in applying your technological knowledge to real business problems?
Join us for our Young SEEDer Internship (YSI) Programme where you can learn and grow on the job!
Want to have a taste of what it is like to be a SEEDer? This programme is just for you! YSI is a 12-week structured internship for STEM students. The opportunities are in one or more than one of these 5 domains:
- Application Development and Support
- DevOps and Site-Reliability Engineering
- Information and Cyber Security
- Data Engineering and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
- ICT Infrastructure
Through the internship, you will work on real projects alongside our SEEDers, and get the opportunity to shadow and receive mentoring from them to help you learn more about your passion. Join the YSI programme to kickstart your career!
Applicant & Application Period
We’re looking for aspiring tech-innovators who:
- Matriculated undergraduates in their penultimate year
- Pursuing a degree in one of these disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics or Info-Communications
- Able to intern between May to August for a minimum of 12 weeks
- Self-motivated team players who enjoy working in a fast-paced environment
- Adaptable, creative, decisive and resilient, and demonstrate good interpersonal and communication skills
The application window for Young SEEDer Internship 2023 is now closed.
Apply online and interact with JIM! Our very own AI recruiter. Complete all online assessments: Coding Challenge, Cognitive & Behavioural Assessments
Attend an interview
Successful candidates will receive an offer to join the Young SEEDer Internship (YSI)
Young SEEDer Internship (YSI)
Commences in 8 May 2023 – 28 July 2023.
"The YSI programme was a great experience which gave me insights into the inner workings of a real software engineering team. The internship was well structured, and I was assigned a mentor who had regular meetings with me to check on my progress and provide timely feedback to any issues I was facing.
What really struck me was how much I felt like a valued team player. The DBS culture is an inclusive one and my colleagues really helped to facilitate my integration into the company. In DBS, there is a lot of emphasis on the importance of continuous learning and upskilling. There were sharing sessions conducted by senior developers, where they introduced the latest updates in technology and the skills that will be in demand in the future. This really ignited my passion for tech.
In the future, I would like to learn more about cybersecurity as I believe that it is one of the most essential aspects of building banking software. I would definitely want to join DBS after I graduate as the bank provides a nurturing and supportive environment, ideal for fresh graduates looking to kickstart their career." – Li HuiHui, DBS YSI 2021 intern, DBS SEED 2022 programme hire
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