Early Career Opportunities

Find meaningful work at SAS that moves your career – and the world – forward.

SAS isn’t just looking for graduates. We’re looking for the right graduates. From day one you’ll contribute, work hard and be challenged to push yourself. Whether you have experience or want an entry-level training program, check out our options below.

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SAS Academy

Hear What Our New Grad Hires Have to Say

I wanted to join a company that did meaningful work. SAS works on a large array of projects that address real problems and provide solutions that positively impact communities. During my time in the Technical Enablement Academy, I was able to learn about different SAS products and the analytic life cycle. I received excellent training from SAS instructors, which allowed me to learn and developed coding and software skills that I now use in my day-to-day role. Aside from the education I received, I made connections with the academy instructors, peers and mentors. Entering my full-time role after the academy knowing I already had a support team behind me resulted in a comfortable and smooth transition. Emily Associate Technical Consultant
I wanted to work for a company that cared for their employees and strived for success and that’s exactly what SAS does. The more I learned about the company, the more I saw the endless possibilities and opportunities that I wanted to be a part of. The culture at SAS motivates you to stay curious, and staying curious solves problems, creates new ideas and opens up a world of possibilities. La'Trease Associate Technical Consultant
Through my time at SAS, I've been able to hone my skills and gain new levels of confidence while presenting my technical work. I really appreciate SAS' culture of work-life balance and their attention to new technologies like AI and Machine Learning. Akhil Associate Software Developer

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