At the SAS UK Office in Marlow we are very fortunate to have a number of interns working here. I’m always amazed at how professional, prepared and just downright smart these students are. I recently asked one of our interns: Josie Comber, who is a student at the University of
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In my last post, I discussed the outstanding experiences I’ve had as an intern at SAS and some of the things that I’ve learned so far. I love working at SAS, and now that I’ve been here for a while, I can confidently say I’m contributing to the success of
Every year, SAS ranks high on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list. The rankings are largely based on anonymous feedback from employees, who consistently rank SAS high on everything from executive communications to work-life balance. But SAS isn’t just a great place to work for professionals; it’s an
It’s not breaking news that SAS Institute has mastered the art of giving customers the power to know. Being an employee of this leading software company, I find it easy to be sucked into my computer exploring SAS’ inner workings to see how code works or inquire into the latest
I clearly remember the morning last December when I interviewed for SAS. I was visiting my brother in Seattle over winter break, so I was interviewed over Skype by Brandon and Jason (my current manager and mentor respectively). Near the end of the interview, Brandon asked me, “Where do you
By definition, serial killers are those who murder three or more people. But at SAS Institute, the leader in analytics, we have a different use of the word serial when it comes to internships. I consider myself a serial intern. Being an intern at SAS for over two years, I
Throughout my time as a student at NC State University, I have been involved with undergraduate research. Last semester I was part of a project to collect various biometric sensor data. Our goal was to use this data to measure stress and learn how certain tasks affect participants. My task was
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
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.
What can interns have in common with Steve Jobs? Their spirit -- an entrepreneurial spirit. These days, the role of an entrepreneur isn’t just reserved for those launching startups. Drive, passion, and overall entrepreneurial spirit can resonate within all employees, including interns, even at large global companies. Interning at a
It’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?