Work & Life at SAS

Learn about SAS company culture, what we do and why it matters

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Our Storytellers: Keith Teo

If you're curious what makes SAS a great workplace, one answer always rises to the top - our people. It's no secret that the people who work here are some of the best and brightest - not to mention the most passionate, accountable, authentic and curious people you'll ever meet. And at SAS, Your

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Cheryl Wheelock 0
The Art of Simplicity

A cup of dark roast coffee, sunrise porch time, fresh sheets, a garden tomato, the smell of a new book, a glass of red fireside.....These are a few of my favorite things.  All so simple, yet they bring me so much joy. Henry David Thoreau author, naturalist, philosopher, was born

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Special Needs Planning

Special needs planning is a process that identifies the financial, legal, and lifetime needs for you, your family and your loved one. It doesn't end with the identification of necessary financial tools and legal documents, but also includes the action steps that you need to take to ensure a bright future

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Being an Ally

June is PRIDE month and there are lots of cool events at SAS and in the community that you can attend to celebrate and learn and have fun.  In this blog I am going to share some tips on being an ally-- not just in June, but all year round.

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The Gap Year Option

"I've gained so much self-assurance by taking a gap year. I navigated some difficult and confusing situations throughout my gap year that I wouldn't have encountered if I had stayed in the U.S., such as being lost on public transport, and relying on asking for directions in my limited Portuguese.

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