Tweag engineers are experienced with software development, data science, or with the associated infrastructure.
Our engineers join teams in small startups or large multinationals around the world to help them realize software projects that go beyond the current state of the art.
Maths, physics, computer science, geoscience, biology, arts, or nothing in particular: if you can produce quality code and use computers to solve real-world problems, you are at the right place.
Tweag interns work remotely or in our headquarters in Paris on research topics or new applications.
The focus of an internship is to learn and to make headway with a real problem.
Tweag proposes individually tailored projects and mentorship for each intern.
Openings vary but usually appear from the end of the year until early spring.
Tweag Fellows are independent developers, programmers, researchers or enthusiasts that Tweag I/O supports.
Open Source Fellows
get financial support and mentorship for 12 weeks to bring their own ideas into practice for the benefit of the open source community.
Application details can be found here
(Other Fellowships to be announced soon.)