At Sony Computer Entertainment America, we're serious about our standing as the industry’s leading innovator in electronic entertainment. This recognition is a tribute to the talented people who serve as our true source of success. By hiring the best and brightest people in the industry, and giving them the resources, support, and freedom they need to succeed we are creating the future of electronic entertainment.
No matter your area of expertise, we think you’ll agree there is no better place than PlayStation® to put your skills and passion to work.
The PlayStation® Internship Program puts YOU in the Game! Our interns get to work on real projects alongside some of the industry’s best and brightest professionals. Landing an internship at PlayStation® isn’t just about work, there’s plenty of time for mentoring, professional networking, social activities AND game play.
PlayStation® internships are offered throughout the year in the Summer, Fall, and Spring.
Find more information on the PlayStation Internship Opportunities page.
We empower you with the creative freedom to succeed on the job. But we're just as committed to providing you the benefits and resources to enjoy life away from work. So whether it's our comprehensive healthcare coverage, coveted employee discounts for all Sony products, commuter assistance - or matching 401(k) - our commitment to your well being is always there.
Working at PlayStation:
I worked at Sony PlayStation full-time
The people you work with are amazing. Innovated, and hardworking. It's casual attire which is awesome! Bonuses are freaking awesome!!!
it can be very hard to move up in the company. You probably stay an individual contributor your whole career. So just be prepared for that.
Advice to Management
be more open and easy to talk to. Try to grow your employees within the company as there are many loyal, hardworking, individuals willing to put in the work to move up.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Sony PlayStation (San Diego, CA).
Usual programming puzzle questions, implement a stack and unit tests for it. Puzzle questions were pretty challenging. Programming task was trivial. Any person out of college would do good at the interview.
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