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Nokia

Software Development Engineer Intern

June - August 2022 • New Providence, NJ

What I liked

Relaxed environment, great team, lots of support, flexible schedule, free lunch for interns

What I wish was different

Intern pay could be higher, but was on par with market

Advice

Don't be afraid to ask for help when blocked, and keep researching the documentation in the meantime.
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5g & SC RF Software Interm

May - July 2020 • Naperville, IL

What I liked

I like the work environment and the people are very nice and accommodating.

What I wish was different

I wish it could have been in person I worked remotely for most of the internship.

Advice

Always give your best effort it could get you places you didn't think we're possible.
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Product Management Intern

June 2019 • Austin, TX

What I liked

Culture

What I wish was different

Training

Advice

Go for it
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Business Analyst

June - August 2019 • San Jose, CA

What I liked

I liked how I was able to work in a real business environment. Although confused at times, whenever I asked, higher ups would help until my final presentation at the end of the internship.

What I wish was different

I do wish at some points I was able to work on a team project versus and individual one Howell we I was able to get help whenever needed from them.

Advice

For me it’s intern intern intern. Although you may not like the idea of it, it is the best way to learn how to develop certain skills and get hands on experience with in a real business and not a scenario.
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Assembler (Manufacturing)

December 2017 • Mountain View, CA

What I liked

It’s a lot of new hands on r&d projects

What I wish was different

More engineering roles at the company working this position for more opportunities

Advice

Apply to as many places as possible because you can use all the practice and tips you can get
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Small Cells Hardware Intern, Digital Team

June - August 2018 • Naperville, IL

What I liked

Team members were friendly and helpful. Most of the people I met seemed genuinely happy to meet the fresh, young faces of the interns. (The general demographic of the company was older with kids. The age difference and maturity may have influenced this impression as compared to the younger members of a tech company in the city.) My workspace was in a lab. It was enjoyable to be among the busy hum of scopes and computers. A few stations down, a group might be testing a setup with a multitude of gadgets.

What I wish was different

I wish I had gotten more technical experience. Most of my tasks involved writing bash or Python scripts to automate testing. I wish I had gotten to be involved with the FPGA designs, but it seemed like the timing of the development process did not align with my internship.

Advice

Make a point to build relationships with your co-workers (I know that it's hard to not feel content with befriending your intern peers). An internship is not just about getting the work done but developing your experiences and getting exposure to new technologies. It's up to you to advocate for new tasks once you complete the old, to be inquisitive, and to ask questions.
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