From the beginning, we have invested in the next generation of emerging professionals. Innovative work creating cutting edge software combined with a strong and collaborative company culture, Treasury4 provides an excellent internship experience for students and recent graduates.
Meaningful Work
At Treasury4, you will have the opportunity to work on real projects and participate in work that actually needs to be done. Instead of creating extra work just for you to practice skills, you will have responsibilities that greatly contribute to our goals as a company and result in real-world impacts for our clients.
"I got to be part of a lot of decision-making conversations, I was included in the design process, I created stories and shared my ideas in large group settings. I felt like my ideas mattered... like I mattered."
Aisha Burka
Product Management Intern
Business Administration and Computer Science, Gonzaga University
Growth Mindset
We look for interns that want to learn about our business. Interns get exposure to multiple areas of our company and how we function. With a team full of experts in their fields, interns will work with brilliant people on key projects.
"The company culture is innovative. Everyone is coming up with new ideas – we are coming up with something that doesn’t exist. Everyone brings something to the table."
Xavi Betancourt
Software Development Intern
Computer Science, Whitworth University
Let’s Learn Together!
If you are interested in a paid internship with opportunities to expand your network and get real work done, we invite you to contact us. Reach out via LinkedIn or share your resume directly with
"Being in a startup is such a cool environment. I loved learning about all the different parts of the business. There are so many moving parts, and it was fun seeing that come together."
Trevor Taylor
Product Marketing & Communications Intern
Accounting and Business Analytics, Gonzaga University
Intern Spotlight
Curious about how to transition from school to the office? Check out Data Analytics Intern (Whitworth University) Ty Heim's blog post here.