Mission: Our past is full of iconic moments — but our future is going to spark many more. We're looking for the people who'll help make our next decade just as revolutionary as our first five.
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We're proud to celebrate our differences today and every day. This past weekend, our Gap Japan K.K. team celebrated Pride with in-store activities and participation in their local parade. #WearYourPride
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More than the clothes we create, Gap Inc. is defined by its people. Meet some of the talented people who make Gap Inc. great. #WeAreGapInc
We believe in growth and innovation.
Now that digital has reshaped the storefront, our five brands know no borders.
We believe in equal pay.
In the U.S., women earn an average of 79 cents for every dollar their male peers earn — and the pay gap is even wider for women of color. Gap Inc. was the first FORTUNE 500 company to announce that it pays women and men equally for equal work.
We believe in fair wages.
We’ve invested in our 65,000 front-line employees in the U.S. by raising our U.S. minimum hourly rate to $10/hour in 2015.
We believe in sustainability.
Gap Inc. has set ambitious goals for 2020, including a 50 percent absolute reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions globally, and diverting from landfills 80 percent of the waste generated by our U.S. facilities.
Doris and Don Fisher opened the first Gap store in 1969 with a simple idea — to make it easier to find a pair of jeans — and a commitment to do more.
Over the last 46 years, the company has grown from a single store into a global fashion business with five brands: Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta and Intermix. We have more than 125,000 employees worldwide, more than 3,300 stores in 90 countries, several global e-commerce sites…and we're still growing.
We know that the only way we'll continue to grow successfully is by nurturing a strong, diverse team. Since Gap Inc.'s earliest days, diversity and inclusion have been woven into our DNA. For example, our employees came together to organize and run five business resource groups (BRGs) that not only support cross-functional networking, mentoring and community service, but also provide input on ways Gap Inc. can be more inclusive and respectful. In addition, these groups provide insights that help drive our business and help us create better product and experiences for our customers.
When you join the Technology team at Gap Inc., you’re part of the engine that drives innovative retail, e-commerce and global enterprise technology for our headquarters operations and our five iconic brands.
We push boundaries. We challenge the status quo. Innovation sits at the core of everything we do. And we’re not here just to execute; we’re here to learn and grow. As individuals, we’re passionate, diverse, innovative and wickedly talented. As a team, we’re making amazing things happen in our offices, our stores and our communities.
Technology Internships: Summer Intensive
We’re an unusual IT shop, so of course we offer unusual internships. In 10 fast-paced weeks, our interns do real, meaningful work on projects that are changing the game in retail technology. We’re looking for exceptional talent with fresh ideas, cutting-edge skills, and a passion for technology. We accept applications October-March.
New Grads: Start your Career Here
Launching your career with our technology team means more than just adding a new line to your résumé. You’ll step into a high-profile, high-impact job from Day One, working along the best technologists and leaders in the industry. And you’ll reap the benefits of hands-on learning opportunities across all facets of technology, building a strong foundation for a career you’ll love.
Our five Business Resource Groups (BRGs), created by and for employees, help drive our diversity and inclusion strategies to make sure that we:
BRG members come from different brands, levels, and capacities to create a space of learning and inclusion for all. These groups provide a platform for employees to share ideas, accelerate careers, and help contribute to our company growth. Our BRGs create opportunities to meet colleagues and mentors from all areas within Gap Inc.
Our Business Resource Groups include: AANG (African American Networking Group), ASIA (Asians Supporting Inclusion and Awareness), GEAR (Gay Employees and Resources), HOLA (Honoring our Latino Ancestry), and WIL (Women in Leadership).
Equal Opportunity Employer
We're an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, pregnancy, national origin/ancestry, citizenship, physical/mental disabilities, military status or any other basis prohibited by law. Every employee is responsible for helping prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
I worked at Gap Inc. full-time (More than 5 years)
The company is always about doing what is right for its people. There is a high level of transparency with leaders and large number of opportunities for talents to move from one brand to another, as well as to corporate level. With a strong culture, there are long-tenured leaders who continues to add value and drive business to success.
The company values collaboration which sometimes, may require a longer timeline to implement some projects. Yet, the outcome is always of high quality and changes are sustainable.
Advice to Management
Continue what you are doing as it is awesome!
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Gap Inc..
The recruiter reached out and asked if I was open at a very specific time in the middle of the day. My current job is a big meeting heavy, and I wasn’t available then, so I replied back saying I wasn’t available then and gave a bunch of availability. The recruiter replied back asking if it was I available at the same time that I just told her I wasn’t open at. Not the brightest tool in the shed. I told her again I was not open then and provided more availability. Then I did not hear back for a week. I followed up, and after a few days I was told that the hiring manager didn’t like my background so the recruiter won’t be speaking with me. This is insanely rude in two aspects - 1) don’t reach out to candidates who your hiring manager hasn’t approved of and 2) don’t keep pushing for a time if the candidate is unavailable then! This was for a job at their corporate offices. Really unprofessional.