Summer Internship 2020

These past couple of months have taught us that the transition to remote working can be challenging. For companies like Tapad who have decided to maintain their Internship program this year, the key areas of focus have been to ensure the program entails meaningful projects, strong mentorship, and high engagement opportunities. Although this year’s internship program will be a different format, we are extremely proud to still be able to offer such a comprehensive program and very excited for the start of our 10-week Engineering Summer Internship Program.

Led by Marvin Ma, Sr SWE at Tapad, for the next 10 weeks, Engineering interns will actively work on building new product features for our Device Graph.

Without further ado, please join us in welcoming our 3 Engineering Interns: James Mahler, David Yuan, and Yang Li! 

Get to know them:

James’ bio: James just graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Statistics and Machine Learning, and plans to enter a Master’s program in Computational Data Science at CMU in the Fall. He has spent the past two summers working at Sabre Corporation, a travel technology company located in his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas, as a Data Science Intern. His hobbies include playing/watching sports, watching movies, and hanging out with friends and family. He is on the club basketball team at Carnegie Mellon, has a job tutoring elementary school students in Pittsburgh, and is also involved in a Christian club on campus. He has no pets of his own but loves hanging out with his sister’s dog Tedd.

David’s Bio: David Yuan is currently between his third and fourth years at Carnegie Mellon University. He is excited to begin his first internship at Tapad this summer and put his knowledge from school to the test! David grew up in Long Island, loves to play and watch basketball (Go Nets!), and also loves volleyball. He speaks Chinese and some Spanish. While he does not have any pets, he loves meeting new dogs and cats!

Yang’s Bio: Yang Li was born in Zhoushan, a city near Shanghai. He completed his bachelor's degree in Software Engineering at Tongji University, Shanghai, one of the top engineering universities in China. He is now a first-year master’s student at NYU. During his undergrad, he worked at SAP, he served as a tech intern at Morgan Stanley and he did research at the University of Oxford and published a paper about his experience. Yang enjoys basketball, table tennis, travel, and of course coding! He would like to adopt a cat after graduation.