We’re not about coffee runs and boring busywork. A SAS internship is focused on development, culture and community. We’ll help you grow professionally, thrive in an award-winning work environment and make memorable connections with your co-workers and fellow interns. From contributing analytical code to improving insights for our Fortune 100 customers, the potential to make a real impact is exciting.
Our interns aren't shy about sharing their insights.
“I wasn’t sure what to expect for my first internship – but I was able to dive in, welcomed as a valuable team member, and trusted with great responsibility. It was rewarding to be part of the team that recruits the next wave of STEM-focused talent because I knew I was meeting innovators who would develop cutting-edge solutions to help our customers tackle tough problems.”
Fareena Qamar, University Recruiting Intern, SAS
"As a part of the Cloud Operations team in R&D working with Amazon Web Services, I was able to use skills I’d learned in class and take those skills to the next level through my work. With an amazing manager and team, I was able to learn more about Amazon Web Services and strengthen my programming skills. The best feeling was that throughout the program, I knew I was working on a project that actually impacted and helped SAS."
Paolo Garcia, Technical Intern, SAS
“My internship not only gave me the opportunity to learn new skills and think creatively on my assigned projects, but it also allowed me learn about different career paths at SAS. My experience also showed me the importance of company culture, and helped me understand what a healthy work-life balance looks like. The best part about my internship was surrounding myself with people who love the work they do.”
Kate Ulveling, Marketing Intern, SAS
Did we mention all of the perks?
- Paid internships to earn while you learn.
- Mentoring from the top minds in business.
- Culture that promotes work-life balance.
- Projects of real value, not tedious tasks.
- Social media training by professionals.
- Presentation/communication skills training.
- Campus environment that fosters innovation.
- Executive fireside chats with leadership.
- Networking with leaders and other interns.
- Social and cultural events to unwind.
- Opportunity for professional SAS certifications.
Intern Expo showcases talent
After working hard all summer our interns participate in our annual Intern Expo. SAS leadership attends the event to show their support of the program. Interns network with other fellow interns and teams across SAS. And they get valuable feedback about how their projects are making an impact.
United in STEM: SAS Diversity Internship Program
We believe diversity and inclusion is multi-dimensional – we have a culture that blends our different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives from 59 countries around the world. A diverse workforce brings together unique talents and abilities that inspire teams to create software that can change the world. Great minds don’t always think alike, so we make it a priority to promote an environment where varied perspectives are encouraged.
Our United in Stem: SAS Diversity Internship Program is designed to provide a valuable work experience for current students enrolled in an accredited degree program who are passionate about technology and eager to make an impact. Our goal is to provide the opportunity to work in an inclusive work environment, receive mentorship and coaching, and to make meaningful contributions to our organization.
We have opportunities for current students who identify as neurodiverse, Black or African American, Latinx, Indigenous, and other historically underrepresented students of color, women, and students affiliated with the US Military – service members, veterans, and military spouses.
Why wait until you graduate?
There are opportunities right now for students to prepare for a career at SAS. SAS Academic Programs can help you get started with free access to basic analytics and statistics right on your computer. Free video tutorials and e-learning courses teach you the basics of SAS programming and statistical analysis. And there’s even an interactive, online community where you’ll find forums and software support.
Społeczność studencka SAS i Praktyki
Praktyki dla studentów
Praktyki oraz uczestnictwo w grupach społecznościowych poszerzają Twoje grono kontaktów biznesowych, pozwalają Ci na pracę z mentorem, uczenie się od ekspertów w branży oraz sprawdzenie swoich umiejętności i wiedzy w praktyce przy pracy nad realnymi wyzwaniami biznesowymi. Z jednej strony podnoszą Twoją wartość na rynku pracy, z drugiej – kto wie – może kiedyś do nas dołączysz na stałe?
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Get the confidence you need in a competitive job market.
"This internship has ultimately served as a gateway to launch my career as a full-time employee at SAS with the User Experience Design team, where I currently utilize skills learned and the relationships built during my experience in the R3 program."
Khaliah Cothran, User Experience Designer, SAS
“In one summer, the SAS Internship program transformed my college knowledge into the foundation needed for a successful career. Working with a team that respected me as a colleague, instead of the intern, was a unique experience. At SAS you work on the projects that are valuable to the company, which gives you the confidence and skills required to succeed anywhere.”
Alanna Howard, Senior Associate Digital Marketing Specialist, SAS
"From the first day that I stepped onto the campus I felt as if my peers valued my thoughts, valued my time, but more importantly, valued me as a person. Every morning that I put on my badge, I know that I work for a company that values diverse ideas, techniques and people.”