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Corporate Development Intern

May - August 2018 • Palo Alto, CA

What I liked

I felt incredibly supported by all the individuals in the group. Everyone was such a helpful mentor and the people in my group were helpful.

What I wish was different

I wish I had been able to meet with some of the company founders who were invited to the office.

Advice

You have to be incredibly self-motivated and diligent. I truly enjoyed my experience at SAP because I was proactive in seeking out work to do and asking people if they needed help.
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Account Services Intern

June - August 2018 • Chicago, IL

What I liked

Awesome atmosphere, fantastic amenities, incredible manager.

What I wish was different

More direct responsibilities and structure.

Advice

Make sure to sit down with as many employees as you can to gain insights from them and ask for help on your projects
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Project Management Intern

June 2018 • Pittsburgh, PA

What I liked

The fun events

What I wish was different

Nothing

Advice

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Sales Operations Intern

June - August 2017 • New York City, NY

What I liked

Management was fully engaged with the interns like nothing I have ever witnessed. Every employee genuinely cares about your development and you are exposed to learning about the software in a very practical way.

What I wish was different

Not much honestly. It is very difficult to beat this experience. If anything, more frequent conference calls with my direct boss even though we talked every Monday.

Advice

Take advantage of EVERY opportunity, meaning having lunch with as many employees as possible (including meeting with the CMO and the president of one of the cloud companies like I did). All employees are open to discuss almost everything in the NYC office that I was in, so go into the internship with networking being a key activity to try to nail down. Other than that, SAP is a huge company, if you are a business intern then learning about the software is 2nd priority. Take the time to actually learn software and what the company is about on their Jam page. Other than that, ask as many questions a possible. Be a sponge and milk the experience as much as you can.
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Global Sponsorship Intern

June 2017 • New York City, NY

What I liked

The culture of my experience. Clients were all for teaching and helping new employees learn the way of such a large company that it made it easy to get along and feel comfortable asking questions.

What I wish was different

I wish I honestly had more work within the industry and less so of the projects.

Advice

Work as hard as possible in the office in an oppertunity to be asked back.
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Client Marketing: Enterprise Americas Intern

June - August 2017 • Bellevue, WA

What I liked

Incredible company culture that all employees buy into, outstanding benefits (snacks, netowrking events, 401k match), and challenging work.

What I wish was different

Advice

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Analyst

June 2016 • Atlanta, GA

What I liked

The flexibility to work from home

What I wish was different

More interns to converse with

Advice

Be ready to soak up information
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Sales Operations Intern

June - August 2017 • New York City, NY

What I liked

Management was fully engaged with all of the interns. Every employee really cared about your development as a person and professionally. You are exposed to learning about ERP software and tech in general in a very practical way. You have all the resources in the world to grow in your career.

What I wish was different

Not a whole lot honestly. It is very tough to beat the experience. The only thing may be to have more than just a weekly conference call meeting with my boss. An interesting thing about the company is the freedom you have. Most of the time you direct boss is not in your same physical office.

Advice

Network. You will be able to have lunch with any employee you want or have a phone call with almost anyone. I was able to meet with the CMO Alicia Tillman and President of Ariba Alex Atzberger multiple times. Ask as many questions you want and do not be afraid to get out of your comfort zone. It is strongly encouraged.
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