We all know the basics, don’t sleep on the job, don’t play on Facebook, always be on time, etc. But what about the more intricate details of adulting on the job? When I started my internship, I had never worked in the “corporate world” and I was a bit lost
School’s almost out for summer, but teachers can still learn. We are inviting them to do just that June 19-23 and Aug. 2-4, 2017 at SAS world headquarters in Cary. Each year, we offer a free workshop to high school teachers so they can give their students a leg up on
Whether it is through your research, projects you tackle or by teaching, you work hard to accomplish your goals and that deserves recognition. At SAS, we support students and lecturers who want to make an impact in their careers by given them the opportunity to attend and present at an
Jess Ekstrom is an inspiration. When she was a sophomore in college at NC State University, Ekstrom interned at Disney World with the Make-A-Wish Foundation. One child in particular touched her life forever. Renee had brain cancer. Her family found out right before they were headed to Disney World to
Year after year SAS is recognized globally for its workplace culture, including 19 straight years, and counting, on Fortune magazine’s elite list of Best Companies to Work For. But SAS isn’t just an employer of choice for experienced professionals, it’s also a great place for students and recent graduates too.
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