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Interviews vary across roles and regions, so its best to reach out to your recruiter for help with interview preparation.
We ask candidates to wait 1 year before applying for another role at Facebook. This gives you time to develop new skills and gain experience so that you can be successful in the interview process in the future.
Our recruiting team visits colleges and universities globally. It's best to reach out to your local student career resource center for details. Learn more about internships and new grad opportunities on our Universities on Facebook page.
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Focus on your strengths. We like to ask “What were you doing on your very best day at work?” We want you to do that not just on your best day but every day.

Show us something you've built. Builders look at the world with fresh eyes. They see things that are good, but could be better, and figure out how to make it so. We look for candidates who’ve got that same building mind-set, whether they’re applying for executive roles or internships.

Share when you've failed and learned. Don’t hesitate to talk about the blunders you’ve made in the pursuit of big ideas–we want to hear about those as much as your wins.
We absolutely do -- we assemble teams with cognitive diversity in mind. This enables us to build better products, make better decisions and serve our clients better. We need people with a broad set of skills and experiences, not just tech skills, to solve complex problems that come with bringing our services to over 2 billion people across the world.
Yes, we do. You can learn more about open roles for contractors here.
Facebook now offers 100% remote roles for a select number of our job postings. Anyone hired for a remote role must work from an area located in that role's specified region.

North America Remote Work Locations

Remote, US
  • All US states and Washington, DC
Full-time US remote roles are currently not available in any US territories

Remote, Canada
  • All provinces and territories in Canada.

EMEA Remote Work Locations

Remote, France

Remote, Germany

Remote, Ireland

Remote, Italy

Remote, Netherlands

Remote, Poland

Remote, Spain

Remote, UK

Full-time remote roles are currently not available in any Overseas Territories or Crown Dependencies

Due to the pandemic-related office closures, remote intern roles are available in certain locations throughout the globe. As we expand the types of positions we offer, we may add opportunities in more locations. Anyone hired for a remote role must work in the assigned region for the entire duration of their internship.

US Intern Remote Work Regions
Remote roles are available in all US states and Washington, DC. Interns must remain in the state they are hired for the duration of their internship. Remote roles are not available currently in any US territories.

Canada Intern Remote Work Regions
All provinces are available for remote work. Interns must remain in the province they are hired for the duration of their internship. Remote roles are not available currently in Canadian territories.
Facebook connects talented people with careers and teams where they can do work they truly enjoy. Here's how Facebook’s hiring process works.

After you apply for a job or send your resume to a recruiter, our recruiting team evaluates your skills and experience related to the qualifications of the job you've applied for. If you are selected to advance in the process, you'll hear from a Facebook recruiter.

Next, you’ll have a conversation with a Facebook recruiter. At this stage, you’ll learn more about the role you've applied for and what it's like to work at Facebook.

The next phase of the Facebook hiring process is to have a phone or video interview with a hiring manager or team member. These interviews aim to evaluate your interest in and ability to do the day-to-day work of the role we're hiring for.

After that conversation, you’ll continue interviewing with potential teammates, managers, and other people you may work with. Now is the time for you to learn even more about Facebook, and for us to better understand your professional experience and talents.

When all the interviews are complete, the people you spoke with submit their feedback on your interview performance and we assess whether you’d be successful in the role we’re hiring for—or if there’s another role at Facebook that makes sense for you.

After your final interviews, you’ll hear from your recruiter again. If you receive a job offer, you can discuss the details with them. After you accept the offer, you’ll work together to determine start date, complete paperwork, and finalize other details.

We look forward to officially welcoming you to Facebook. Together, we’ll help give people the power to build community, and bring the world closer together.
There's no one-size-fits-all approach to doing your best work, so Facebook offers everyday flexibility so you can shape your schedule and be present for the things that matter to you in work and in life. For example, office-based employees can spend nearly half their work time working remotely, if their work can be done from anywhere. We also offer the option for most employees to work remotely full time. If you’re interested in a remote role, please indicate your interest on your application or let your Facebook recruiter know.
As an important step in coming together as safely as possible, and as a condition of entering all Meta US locations, we require all colleagues who work onsite or any visitors to be fully vaccinated. This policy takes effect on November 1, 2021, for the US. All candidates and new hires will be required to show proof of vaccination in order to enter the premises in the US. Individuals who accept an offer to join Meta and require a medical or religious accommodation will have the opportunity to engage our accommodations team as needed. Note: candidates for Data Center roles are subject to a separate policy and should consult with their manager for additional detail

Please note that the policy also applies for certain locations outside the US, with different effective dates.
Meta is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, genetic information, political views or activity, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. You may view our Equal Employment Opportunity notice here. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state and local law. We may use your information to maintain the safety and security of Meta, its employees, and others as required or permitted by law. You may view Meta's Pay Transparency Policy, Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law notice, and Notice to Applicants for Employment and Employees by clicking on their corresponding links. Additionally, Meta participates in the E-Verify program in certain locations, as required by law.

Meta is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at
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