Experience

Gain hands-on experience within a fast-paced startup. You'll have the opportunity to work on both internal and external products, develop models using the current state-of-the-art technology and infrastructure, and see what problems Data Science can solve.


Exposure

Become part of our team, interact with world-class data scientists and engineers, and engage with our customers face-to-face. As part of this Fellowship, you will have the opportunity to take a significant role in the development of new and existing products.


Pay

You will be paid competitively for all product work you perform and any externally facing events (such as conferences) you may attend on our behalf. We have high expectations and we compensate accordingly.


Twyst is a fully remote organization and we embrace flexible work schedules. The ideal candidate for a Twyst Fellowship will be completing a graduate degree and have the ability to work approximately 20 hours per week during active projects.

Flexability


APPLICATION PROCESS

We build products and work on projects in some of the world's most demanding industries. Twyst Fellows do the same.

  • Applications

Please email your application to info@twystinc.com and include the following: Personal Statement, Academic CV, 2 Examples of Relevant Work, 1 Letter of Recommendation.

  • Evaluation Criteria

Twyst evaluates fellowship applicants based primarily on mathematical and technical fit. Additionally we weigh availability, ability to commit to program requirements, communication skills, and desire to learn.

  • Interviews

After an initial evaluation of your application, you may be invited to a short series of interviews with our core business and technical teams.

  • Program Requirements

Fellowships are typically 6-12 months in duration (depending on candidate). We have structured interactions at least once per week during the full duration of the Fellowship. During the Fellowship, you must agree that with a 2 week advanced notice you will be willing & able to execute on a paid project that requires a minimum of 20 hours per week, typically lasting between 4-12 weeks.