University Recruiting

Our culture is casual and energetic. We depend on the talent and ideas that recent graduates and interns bring. Let us help you design your career. We have everything you need to succeed!

Graduate opportunities   Internship opportunities

 

Why you’ll love it here

Passionate Colleagues

Work alongside driven, passionate, and innovative Citrites on products that support 99% of the Global Fortune 500.

Tuition Reimbursement

Are you considering a Master’s Degree? Citrix will reimburse you for tuition and textbooks up to $7,500 per calendar year as a full-time employee.

Learn from leaders in the tech industry, find a mentor, and engage in professional development workshops. Take advantage of the opportunity to learn and grow your skillset at Citrix.

Find Mentors

Citrix’s success is your success. As a full-time employee, you are eligible to participate in our Employee Stock Purchase Plan, and you can also sign up for a 401K retirement plan with immediate vesting.

Employee Benefits
Paid Parental Leave

Do you have plans to grow your family? Citrix offers up to 18 weeks of paid parental leave as a full-time employee.

Paid Volunteer Leave

You’re invited to get involved in the community in the ways that are most meaningful to you. Our employees receive 16 hours of paid volunteer time each year.

Competitive Pay

Competitive pay, with medical and healthcare plans for full time employees.

Have more questions about job opportunities at Citrix?

Here's some FAQs for students and recent graduates.    

 

FAQ

Can I apply for multiple jobs?

Yes, you can apply for more than one role at once, though we recommend narrowing your choices down to a few jobs that truly match your skills, experiences and interests. We’ll review your resume/CV to determine best fit.

 

I interviewed last year and was not selected. Can I reapply?

Yes!

 

What technical courses should I take to prepare for software engineering interviews?

A broad, interdisciplinary background, with a strong understanding of computer science, is the key to any job in software engineering, at Citrix or elsewhere.

 

How do I prepare for the interview process?

Our interviews may be on the phone, via video conference, or in person. We recommend for you to structure your interview answers: It’s important to show how you arrive at a solution, so think out loud. You may be asked a problem-solving question. Talk through how you break a problem down into smaller aspects to get to a resolution.

Be prepared to demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the job description by sharing specific examples from your past, or ideas about how you would accomplish a specific task. For some of our openings you may be asked to write code, share a creative portfolio, or provide examples of your work in other ways.

For technical interviews, practice coding on a whiteboard, in Google Docs, or over the phone. You can find sample coding questions on sites like CodeLab, Quora, and Stack Overflow. The book “Cracking the Coding Interview” is also a good resource.

Prepare questions for your interviewers: thoughtful questions demonstrate your level of understanding, your interest, and your passions, so don't hold back. Your interview is an opportunity for you to get to know us too.

 

Helpful questions to think about as you prepare for your interview:

How do you work best, both as an individual and as part of a team?
What challenges have you faced at school or at work and how did you overcome them?
Which of your skills or experiences would be assets in the role and why?

Extra tip: If you don’t understand a question, ask your interviewers for clarification and take the time you need with responses.

 

Does Citrix sponsor visas?

There are jobs for which the company might be able to sponsor visas, depending on the requirements of the job, the qualifications of the candidate and which country the role is based. 
 

Intern blogs

Written by our interns about their experiences at Citrix
 

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First dress may fit the best

Advice from Destiny, a returning Citrix intern
and fashion enthusiast, on how to choose between returning
to a company for another internship or
trying new opportunities.

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Things I learned as a Citrix intern

There are 4 key learnings that Dominique has
taken from her Citrix internship experience.
Click to read them all!