Providing Corporate Housing for Silicon Valley Interns

Are you one of the 40,000 US applicants to Google’s internship program in Mountain View? The search giant reportedly gets 1,500 interns unless the numbers are changing this year. Even if you’re not accepted yet, do you know that you may need to be there for the month-long interview process? Other Silicon Valley companies may also require you to spend time there before being accepted, especially if they offer travel logistics as well.

It’s also the time of the year when California Corporate Housing gets phone calls about preparing the best accommodation for these kids in their months-long stay. Because what you’ve heard about the perks these Silicon Valley companies offer is true. If you’re the intern, you are going to be treated very well, because you will also need to work hard—and only too willingly for the opportunities you’re going to get while you’re there.

Depending on the company you choose, you could have a transport service from one of our corporate apartment providers to your playground of an office. You could be placed near a train station or provided a bike.

Other amenities you will enjoy may also have include gyms and wellness centers, because if you’re a developer, you know how it’s a sedentary job and you’ll need some physical activity to offset the long hours you’re seated.

You’re going to be fed well and paid well. Would $5,000 a month be sufficient for an intern? We’ve heard more.

Most interns give glowing reviews of their work experience.  For California Corporate Housing, it’s important that the interns also get the best accommodation for them. If it means providing a sanctuary at the end of a hard day’s work, the company helps interns make that certain change in scenery and pace. Companies will also like the fact their interns can have time for themselves, anyway.

If companies require their interns to be together in one corporate apartment, California Corporate Housing takes care of it, whether it’s in San Francisco, San Jose, Palo Alto or Berkeley and in other parts of northern California.

If you’re looking to becoming an intern in one of those Silicon Valley companies, let us know what type of accommodation you are looking for, so when the likes of Google or Facebook come calling, you’ll have choices. (DC)