Product Camp is your chance to get a job at an IT product company.
With our internship program, you can complete the GoPractice! course, obtain practical knowledge and improve your skills using real data in Amplitude.
Start date: March 29th, 2021
Solve practical product cases in the GoPractice! simulator
The simulator is as close as possible to real cases at product IT companies.
GoPractice! is built on the game principle - subsequent tasks are adapted to specific solutions.
Quick integration into the world of IT
About Product Camp
Train on real product data in Amplitude
You will get the opportunity to work in the Amplitude analytics system on real product data.
You will have access to the following features: User Segmentation, Product Funnels, Retention Analysis, User Lifecycle, Sessions, and more
Upgrade your skills and find your strengths
At each stage of the internship, you will gain new knowledge and test your skills.
There is an ongoing competitive selection process during the internship, and at the end of Product Camp, the strongest interns will stay.
Product Camp is your entrance ticket to a product company and the opportunity to receive a job offer in IT.
In 2 months, you'll acquire the basic knowledge and practical skills required for your future career.
Strive to develop interesting products
Know how to analyze and organize information
Can work efficiently in multithreading mode
Set and achieve ambitious goals
Are not afraid to take responsibility
Want to continuously learn and gain new skills
Learn quickly and like to explore new things
Speak intermediate level English or higher
At Product Camp, we expect to see people who:
Get a job offer from an IT product company, subject to a successful internship
Take a course in the GoPractice! simulator. We will pay for interns who successfully pass all the pre-tests.
Upgrade their skills applicable to Product Manager work
Product Camp participants will be able to:
We will form our team of interns based on the results of the test and a quick interview. Once these two stages have been successfully completed, applicants will have the opportunity to enroll in Product Camp.
Schedule Product Camp
Retention Book & Amplitude Test 10 days
This test is based on real product cases and the retention book from Amplitude. The workflow is simple: you receive knowledge and input data from us – then you use them to solve a case– you answer key questions in the format of test tasks.
Interview 1 day (30 minutes)
We'll find out what you've learned and whether you are ready to move on.
GoPractice! 21 days
We are confident that learning through practice is more effective than through theory. The GoPractice simulator works precisely on this principle.
Final Interview 1 day (60 minutes)
You are already very close, one more step – and welcome to the IT world :) During the Final Interview, we will discuss all your successes and growth areas. The best Product Camp participants will receive a job offer.
This is a simulator for working at a product company. You will gain practical experience, develop an ambitious product, analyze real data via analytics tools, and make decisions. The simulator is like a game. Each section is a sequence of tasks that are adapted to your theory answers, work in the analytics tool, communication with the characters, and plot twists. The simulator is as close to real life as possible and is built on the following principle: first practice, then theory. You will solve tasks and then receive the theory, which is adapted to your answers, and this will help you structure your experience and skills.
If you successfully complete Product Camp, you will be able to:
A Product Manager is the leader of a product team, the person who directs it, leads it toward global goals, takes responsibility and makes important decisions, and creates comfort and motivation for each team member. I enjoy seeing the final results of our work when I use the products created by my team and when I realize that they are cool, when I read cool user reviews about the products created by my team, or when I see good dynamics in the numbers, which says that people love our products. I am also inspired by the pace with which our products grow and develop. I love it when everything is fast-paced and the whole team is driven, when every day there are a lot of new tasks and challenges, and you are so involved that you literally live with your products.
For a new Product Manager, I would recommend:
Giving your best
Not chasing a salary (even if it is difficult to resist), but trying to find what you like as quickly as possible, and then trying to go deeper, so that you can become a guru at it later
Self-study (unfortunately, a university degree is not enough): enroll in online courses on topics that will potentially be useful for the field you are interested in
Paying attention to analytics (this will be useful anywhere): learn the basics of SQL, Python, do your homework and RTFM
Product Manager - 3 years
A product manager is the CEO of a product team.
What drives me most about in my job is that I create awesome products, work with smart people, solve complex problems, and constantly progress and develop. My team and I have already created products that are used by hundreds of thousands of people, and I want to ensure that tens of millions of people use them.
For novice product managers, I would advise them to always focus on the essentials and to learn to use the strengths of each of the team members in order to get the best results.
Product Manager - 2.3 years
What I enjoy most in my work is the ability to influence where the product is going. I am also inspired by the team, the process of solving complex problems, working with data, and constant communication.
In my opinion, the product manager is an assistant to the team that is creating the product. Therefore, I would advise a future product manager to learn to trust the team, their experience, and not to try to do everything alone.
I am proud that I've managed to build a culture of mutual assistance in the team and scaled it up to 10 people. We've implemented lots of functionality in our applications and developed unique personalization features.
Product Manager - 2.5-3 years
Will I get paid for my internship?
No. We pay for your Product Manager GoPractice course, and we also give you access to real data in Amplitude.
Do you guarantee employment for those who have completed the internship?
No, we do not guarantee employment for everyone. Only the best students will receive a job offer. Either way, you will gain valuable CV experience.
How long does the training take?
2 months from the end-day of registration.
After completing the internship, can I combine work with you and another company?
No, we are looking for employees who will be fully involved in the work process and will be able to work full-time.
Can I combine the internship with a job at another company?
Yes, all the internship phases take a couple of hours a day.
Where does the training take place?
The training is online and at a time convenient for you. We will meet personally during the Interview stages.
Will Product Camp graduates receive any certificates after completing their internships?
Yes, after completing all phases of the training, interns will receive a GoPractice! certificate, which can be attached to their CV.
Will there be intermediate phases or screenings?
Yes, at each stage we select the best players. The most active and promising students will receive job offers.