Developer Relations (DevRel) Internship

The DevRel Internship program provides an opportunity to experience DevRel Engineering work, which is a combination of light coding (sample apps, proof-of-concepts, code examples, plugins, etc.), and content producing (blogs, tutorials, videos, articles, etc.

Our DevRel engineers are responsible for creating an ecosystem to help Descope customers (app developers) integrate the Descope authentication service into their apps and websites.

Example of things the team is responsible for:
- Sample apps (
- Blogs (
- Tutorials (

You will be building Docs and Knowledge Bases ( on top of making sure the developer’s community is engaged in our Slack AuthTown community.

Regarding a technical perspective, we mostly work on front-end technologies and frameworks, but sometimes there are some activities that require some backend work as well. All the content produced during the internship is owned by Descope, but the intern's name and details are part of the publication, so can be used in CV's, Social network profiles, etc.

What is Descope?

The Descope CIAM platform helps organizations easily create and customize their entire user journeys (authentication, authorization, MFA, identity management) using no / low code workflows. Thousands of developers and hundreds of organizations use Descope to improve user onboarding and retention with passwordless authentication, enhance security with MFA and step-up authentication, and unify identities across customer-facing apps.

Descope has raised $53M in seed funding led by Lightspeed and GGV Capital, with participation from several other investors and notable individual investors such as George Kurtz (CEO, CrowdStrike), Bipul Sinha (CEO, Rubrik), John Thompson (Board Director, Microsoft), and Assaf Rappaport (CEO, Wiz).

Descope is founded by a team of highly technical, customer-centric engineers who have created multiple category-defining companies in the past. Most recently, this team created Demisto, a leader in the Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) space that was acquired by Palo Alto Networks for $560M. The Descope founders share their vision in this video:

Founded in 2022, Descope has offices in Los Altos, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel. Since launching from stealth, Descope has been named in the inaugural Redpoint InfraRed 100, a list of the next 100 promising private companies in Cloud Infrastructure.