Corporate Kabam

Kabam mentors are eager to share their wisdom to the next generation of future leaders.

Play. Work. Succeed.

Kabam, Inc., based in San Francisco, sponsors a 12-week summer internship program open to undergraduate and graduate students attending an accredited university. Interns are partnered individually with mentors who are subject matter experts and possess decades of industry knowledge. Kabam mentors are eager to share their wisdom to the next generation of future leaders. After the learning and doing, each intern presents to their colleagues and mentors the projects they worked on during the summer. The "internship presentation event" is one of the most popular features of the internship program, spotlighting interns contributions to the organization.

There is more to an internship at Kabam than working within your department. Learn how your team fits into the big picture through educational speaker sessions presented by Kabam's business leaders. Interns also attend Kabam's monthly all-employee meetings. If that's not enough exposure to the company's vision and strategy, interns join Kabam Co-Founder and CEO Kevin Chou and other C-team executives for an exclusive fireside chat.

Of course, we save time to play and have fun. Kabam wants to ensure interns and mentors experience a memorable summer. Partake in social team building and networking opportunities to build upon your professional and personal development. Challenge your colleagues to foosball, a game of Mario Cart, sing your heart out on Karaoke night, attend a World Champion Giants baseball game or race through the streets of San Francisco in a scavenger hunt. There are plenty of ways to play.

The people of Kabam, together, create a one-of-a-kind work environment. See all the fun by searching #internatkabam

I'm Passionate About...


  • 2D & 3D Artist
  • Game Design
  • Graphic Artist
  • UX Design


  • Corporate Communications
  • Corporate Legal
  • Financial Planning & Analysis
  • Human Resources


  • Data Scientist
  • Game Data Analyst


  • Product Marketing
  • Studio Strategy Analyst Intern


  • Software Engineer, Game Studios
  • Software Engineer, Platform
  • Technical Operations
  • Technical Product Manager


  • Business Development
  • Business Operations & Strategy

Join the Kabam Team!

All Departments



Be an Individual contributor

Work side by side with the brightest mentors in the business on real projects that are integrated into our business


Curious about gaming industry?

Attend the many Educational Speaker Series we host throughout the summer. At the end the internship program you'll understand Kabam’s business model and the mobile game development process.


Not a gamer? Really?

That's okay! We have many other exciting stuff going on that you can immerse yourself in. Geek out with really smart people, attend an onsite hosted meet-up, happy hours, ping pong tournament, poker night and more...


Experience Life at Kabam

We sit in open seating pods to encourage socializing, collaboration and the occasional nerf gun battle. We host happy hours so you can make new connections. Run through the streets of San Francisco on a scavenger hunt with your new colleagues and mentors. Grab a beer (if you are 21 of course) and relax with your mentor while attending a baseball game. Through playing we learn.



Stop your cup noodle diet. We have 2 lunch menus catered 5 days a week. If you are more of a night owl and like to work pass 7pm, we even feed you dinner. You don't have to worry about going hungry here, maybe just your waistline.


Literally, we have super sweet perks

Like soda pop, chocolate and candy. For the health conscious, we have you covered too - unlimited coconut water, Clif bars and a mini workout room.

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  • What are the qualifications for being an intern at Kabam?

    Must be minimum 3rd year junior standing status. Each role varies in requirements, please review each job description
  • Will I get paid?

    Yes! You will be paid an hourly rate that is competitive with the market. We also will feed you!
  • When does the internship start?

    At this time we only offer Summer internships, which begins first week of June and ends around the last week of August.
  • How should I prepare for an interview?

    Research about Kabam, review the job description, download and play a few of our games and lastly be yourself. Kabam is a casual environment and our interviews are informal. Feel free to leave your suits at home.
  • Does Kabam hire international students?

    Yes, must have valid visa documentation.
  • Does Kabam provide housing and relocation assistance?

    Unfortunately, at this time Kabam does not offer assistance with housing or relocation expenses. However, we can connect interns with other interns also relocating to the same gaming studio. Interns will also be responsible for all costs related to interviewing.
  • Does Kabam offer virtual interviews for non local candidates?

    As much as we'd like to meet you in person, we understand this could be logistically difficult and costly. For certain positions, we do offer virtual interviews. For case presentations, candidates are required to come onsite.

    Please check with the campus recruiter you are working with to see if a virtual interview is possible for the role you are applying to.

  • Does Kabam convert interns?

    Absolutely! Historically Kabam has converted 50% - 75% of our intern class and continued their employment in a contract, part-time or full-time position. Conversions are based on individual performance and business needs.
  • How do I submit my application?

    Applications for internships open in the Fall, typically August through October. Visit our careers page to apply to the positions that interests you.
  • I am a new college graduate, can I still apply for an internship?

    New college grads up to 6 months prior to the start of Kabam's summer internship is eligible to apply.

    Example: A student who graduates in December 2015, may apply for a Summer 2016 internship. A student graduating anytime before December 2015 will not be eligible.