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Become a leader at Lyft
The Associate Product Manager (APM) program is an 18-month rotational program designed to accelerate the careers of exceptional new product managers. Our mission is to build Lyft's next generation of product leaders. We're looking for a small group of mission-driven people, excited to have huge impact in building the world's best transportation.
APM PROGRAM CORE VALUES
You’ll be matched with senior leaders in our Product org to support your growth as a PM. You’ll partner with PMs and cross-functional leaders across Lyft as you stretch your skills on different projects during the program.
You’ll complete three rotations while in the program. Each rotation, you’ll work with a different product team to deliver a project that brings real value to our customers and to Lyft. APMs will own at least one high-impact project per rotation.
You’ll get to be a part of a tight-knit group of individuals who will support, learn, and grow together. The APM program is designed to foster a strong sense of community, and help build lifelong connections.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PROGRAM
We are no longer accepting applications for our next class of APMs. If you have already applied, your application will be considered and reviewed by our recruiting team. The next class will begin in August 2020, the duration of the program is approximately 18 months.
PMs at Lyft have a broad set of skills that capture the ability to execute on a vision, lead cross-functionally, and exhibit strong technical aptitude.
To learn more about Lyft’s product org and the life of a Lyft Product Manager, check out some of our latest blog posts.
APMs will go through a typical product manager interview cycle that aims to discover the primary skills we are looking for in PMs.
To learn more about the PM interview at Lyft, check out this blog post.