You + a SAS Internship = Summer of Fun, Meaningful Work


GeekGirlIt’s February and you’re up to your eyeballs in papers, projects and all the other detritus associated with earning a degree. But spring’s closer than you think, followed by summer. How will you spend it?

How about an internship that offers interesting, challenging work and insight into a great company? Sound appealing? The SAS Summer Intern Program might be for you.

Our internships are typically a 10- to 12-week, full-time, paid experience in which you work on real-world projects that help you get higher mileage from your classroom education. Along with work projects, you get to network with fellow students and experts in your field. You also get immersed in SAS’ award-winning culture.

Who should apply?

Most interns are in technical roles throughout research and development, information technology, or our JMP and SAS Solutions OnDemand business units. They’re students pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, computer engineering, analytics, statistics or mathematics.

We’re particularly interested in candidates who are familiar with statistics and analytics and can program in C, C++, Java and HTML.

Nontechnical internships will be available in marketing, sales and legal. Requirements and desired degrees vary from business to scenic arts. For all internships, we look for community involvement, leadership, extracurricular activity and academic excellence.

How do you apply?

Because we want top talent and the best fit for the job, it’s a competitive process. To ensure you get an equal opportunity to be considered, complete the mandatory application process.

Technical interns can apply at SAS Technical Summer Intern – Undergrad or SAS Technical Summer Intern – Master’s Degree.

Nontechnical internship positions are posted on the SAS Careers Page as they become available, which will be over the next several weeks.

When do you apply?

Now! We’ll interview and make offers until all openings are filled.

When do SAS internships start?

Interns will start on May 19 or June 2 and will work for 10-12 weeks based on their summer break duration.

Are there other opportunities to learn SAS®?

Yes! Check out SAS Analytics U, and get started with free access to basic analytics and statistics. Free video tutorials teach the basics of SAS programming and statistical analysis. And there’s even an interactive online community to find forums and software support.

Learn SAS for free and gain a recession-proof skill that makes you marketable no matter what!


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Beverly Brown

Principal Social Media Specialist

Beverly helps SAS users help themselves and one another through SAS Support Communities. In 1994, she started out in public relations roles that include managing corporate PR and assisting SAS executives with media interviews and speaking engagements. Before that, she was a reporter at North Carolina’s largest daily newspapers, The News & Observer and The Charlotte Observer. She has a husband and son and loves to run, which enables her chocolate habit.

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