Data Scientist Intern

Paid Internship

23 days ago


Job Title

Summer Internship - Decision Analytics Delivery Team

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Job Overview

Experian's Summer Internship Program offers a unique opportunity for college students to gain hands-on work experience in our innovative global company. As an intern, you'll work alongside Experian employees to tackle meaningful projects and develop valuable skills in the field of Decision Analytics. You'll have access to the latest technologies and challenging work, while also experiencing philanthropic events that make a positive impact. Join our #uniquelyexperian summer internship program and prepare to discover the unexpected.


  • Competitive pay
  • 401(k) after 90 days of employment


As an Intern of the Decision Analytics Delivery Team, you will:

  • Assist Experian clients in solving problems related to the acquisition of new consumers and credit risk quantification
  • Optimize acquisition strategies through the development and deployment of predictive models
  • Conduct Business Intelligence studies to help clients gain a broader understanding of the competitive environment
  • Interpret analysis results, identify trends and issues, and recommend alternatives to support business objectives
  • Run data manipulations and develop advanced predictive models using programming languages such as Python, SQL, and SAS
  • Validate scoring models performance independently
  • Perform exploratory data analysis to confirm data integrity and derive analytical insights


To qualify for this internship, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled in a minimum of a Bachelor's degree program in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related field
  • Plan to return to school in the Fall of 2024 to complete your degree program
  • Have programming experience in SQL, Python, and SAS

We're excited for you to apply!

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