An Internal Audit Intern at Microsoft has a great deal of flexibility to what they do. In my experience as an Internal Audit Intern, I worked with many auditing divisions ranging from fraud investigation to risk management. While I was there I got the chance to learn about auditing in general and what each separate division does. Even though Microsoft's auditing team is global, it is a very close knit community, especially out of my work place in Redmond, WA. I got to create a quarterly news letter for the audit team all from scratch which required getting to interview and know a lot of individuals from each team and from around the world. I had a lot of flexibility with what I did with the newsletter, but I also had to meet with my supervisor, as well as present the newsletter to the corporate vice president for Microsoft. Another project I took on was being part of the Audit Learning Week Planning Committee. Learning Week is a week of workshops that brings all of Microsoft together for a week of workshops. That required a lot of meetings and planning with people who sometimes are not even on the same continent as you since the Learning Week also brings all international entities to headquarters.