Asana is the easiest way for students to track their work—and get results.
Keep track of everything related to student life: from assignments and classwork to running campus organizations and events. Collaborate with classmates easily, and always know what you have to do next.
The foundations of our University program are empowerment and purpose: we want our interns and new grads to learn, grow, and take responsibility. As part of our team, you'll do core work that's essential to our roadmap and push your skills to new levels. You'll be an essential member of the team and touch many parts of the code.
We've got software engineering opportunities in our San Francisco and New York City offices. You'll be paired with a mentor to support you one-on-one, and have access to an entire team that's excited to help you grow.
Our interns come from all schools and backgrounds, and we value diversity on all of our teams. If you have an interesting perspective or story, we'd love to hear it.
Yes, students can use Asana's free basic plan. It is for individuals or teams just getting started with project management. There is a 15-user limit and three project views (list, board, and calendar).
a. Sign up for an Asana account
b. Fill in your information. For title/role, indicate that you are a student
c. In the Asana platform, click on your initials in the top right-hand corner
d. Hover over “more” and click on “create a new workspace”
e. Name the workspace (e.g. Science Club, Job Hunt, Event Prep) and click on “create workspace”
a. [Course] How to structure your work in Asana https://academy.asana.com/structure-your-work-in-asana
b. [Article] Coursework tracking https://asana.com/guide/examples/students/homework
c. [Article] Group projects https://asana.com/guide/examples/students/group-projects
d. [Article] Running student organizations https://asana.com/guide/examples/students/student-organizations
e. Campus event planning https://asana.com/guide/examples/students/event-planning