Summer Interns

SAS InstituteCary, NC

3 months ago


Summer 2024 - Technical Intern

Job Title

Software Development, Software Test, Information Technology, Statistics/Data Science

Job Location


Job Overview

We're the leader in analytics, inspiring customers worldwide to transform data into intelligence. As a Technical Intern with us, you'll have the opportunity to learn and grow while doing meaningful work. Our award-winning internship program focuses on development, culture, and community, ensuring a fulfilling experience for all interns. Join us and make lasting connections as you embark on a dynamic internship journey.


Hourly rates range from $15 - $31 for associate's/bachelor's level positions and $29 - $49/hour for master's/Ph.D positions. Internship roles are not eligible for bonuses.


  • Software Development: Work on projects related to design and development of SAS software.
  • Software Test: Ensure the quality of our SAS products and solutions through testing processes.
  • Information Technology: Assist with various IT projects and contribute to SAS' culture of innovation.
  • Statistics/Data Science: Engage in tasks related to statistics and data science, including creating test data and validating computations.


  • Curiosity, passion, authenticity, and accountability.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Leadership abilities and initiative.
  • Interest in the future of Analytics and technology.
  • Currently enrolled in an accredited college program, with graduation no earlier than December 2024.
  • Targeted undergraduate majors: Computer Science, Software Development, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, Statistics, Business Analytics, Mathematics, Economics, or related fields.

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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs

Top majors

That get hired for this type of internship

  • Computer Science21%

  • Electrical And Electronics Engineering11%

  • Computer Engineering10%

  • Management Science6%

  • Mechanical Engineering5%

  • 290 other majors44%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • Microsoft
  • Intel Corporation
  • IBM
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Google
Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Cary, NC | $3,215/mo

  • Housing/Rent$1,431

  • Miscellaneous$832

  • Food$407

  • Utilities$278

  • Transportation$267


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