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Undergraduate Intern

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

The culture / Environment: The people were very welcoming and helpful.

What I wish was different

The opportunity to explore more of other departments, but still had enough time to meet different teams and people

Advice

Dell had many opportunities to grow personally and explore different fields. One just needs to get out of their comfort space and see what I there is to offer.
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Product Operations Intern

June - August 2019 • Austin, TX

What I liked

I loved the city of Austin texas, the culture and the people at Dell were amazing. They really take care of the P&O interns with volunteer events, food tours, and lots of community building events

What I wish was different

Advice

I would recommend any intern going in to dell go in with the perspective that your project will be ambiguous however ask questions, have intellectual curiosity and have fun and you will be fine.
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Corporate Finance Intern

June - August 2019 • Hopkinton, MA

What I liked

Incredible and supportive corporate culture. Mobility within the company and encouraged to innovate

What I wish was different

Wish I had been in a different department of finance, but overall had a great experience

Advice

Use all the resources provided and don't be afraid to speak up!
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Finance Intern

June - September 2019 • Seattle, WA

What I liked

Amazing place to work for. Fun culture, with a focus on personal growth and career development. Throughout my internship I had the opportunity for many different resources and although some aspects with challenging, with a great support network I never felt in over my head. I highly recommend anyone work for this company, and it's one of the best internships I could've asked for.

What I wish was different

Wish interns got a parking pass (like employees do), but ORCA card and small food subsidy was sufficient.

Advice

Network with as many people as possible. Everyone there is happy to meet with an intern to do an informational interview (1-on-1 as Dell calls it) and you can really learn a lot, not just within your role but the world beyond as well.
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IT&SP Intern

May - August 2019 • Austin, TX

What I liked

Open door culture

What I wish was different

Been more involved with high level meetings

Advice

If you have the chance to network, do it.
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Program Management Intern

May - August 2019 • Hopkinton, MA

What I liked

Supportive team, learned a lot

What I wish was different

More collaboration with other interns, and more involved in actual team work with other employees

Advice

Be proactive, ask questions
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Solution Architect

June 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

I liked working with different employees and working with different corporations and firms throughout the United States.

What I wish was different

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Financial Analyst Intern

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

Everything. Dell is an amazing place to work.

What I wish was different

I wish I had more time to learn there.

Advice

I would say to be the first person and last person out of the door in this internship. There is too much valuable information to learn.
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Campus Sales Rep

May - September 2019 • Provo, UT

What I liked

Pay was great, full autonomy, create own schedule. Getting exposure to a large tech company. Bonuses

What I wish was different

The training I received was very generic and didn’t apply to my location so there was a lot of trail and error on my part. The beginning of the summer was very slow with little to nothing to do

Advice

This job was a great experience learning to self manage and stay productive independently. Create you own goals and stick to your schedule
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Digital Marketing Intern

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

The pay, housing, friendly people and atmosphere.

What I wish was different

More guidance, structure and a team that is not mostly remote.

Advice

For interns, keep the teams mostly in person. I was on a 15 person team and only two people were in person, one of which was hardly ever in the office. This was my first work experience and I was working alone 95% of the time.
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Corporate Finance Intern

June - August 2019 • Hopkinton, MA

What I liked

I loved the independence and respect I received from everyone at the company. Everyone respects interns significantly, and I felt like a valued part of the Dell community.

What I wish was different

I wished that I could have seen more of the other interns work and projects to get a better understanding of what others worked on throughout the summer.

Advice

Meet with as many people within the company as possible. Utilize your time there to expand your network and understand what different career paths might look like from those around you.
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Global Offer and Product Operations Intern

May - August 2019 • Austin, TX

What I liked

I really enjoyed the great work/life balance that Dell emphasizes in their daily working life. Everyone was super friendly and willing to help with whatever questions we had. I scheduled 1X1s with 100s of employees, many of these VPs and SVPs, and they were all eager to explain to me more about their role within the company and why they love working at Dell. We also spent the summer working on one project that was assigned to us by our manager. This was great because it gave me the ability to learn how to effectively manage my own project while also planning the direction that I wanted it to go in. The intern projects that were assigned were very important business problems that were occurring within the current business process, so I felt like I had meaning throughout the summer with the work I was doing.

What I wish was different

I wish there had been more TCU people in Austin! It is such a great place to work and has so many great opportunities. There are lots of top companies (ex. Google/Apple/Oracle) moving to Austin and I think we should get some more TCU students down there!

Advice

Don't be afraid to ask questions and meet with everyone you possibly can. Use this experience to learn about what you like in a company and in a job role. Dell has so many opportunities to explore other roles, so use that experience to begin to plan your career path and goals.
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Corporate Financial Analyst

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

I loved the culture. Everyone was capable and smart and willing to help you succeed.

What I wish was different

Advice

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Support and Deployment Services Intern

May - September 2018 • Hopkinton, MA

What I liked

I loved being able to see what working in an office setting is all about. I also loved my boss and colleagues - they were so helpful and understanding.

What I wish was different

I wish that I had done more Industrial Engineering specific things, instead of a lot of analytics. I also wish I had been given my own project to fully complete this summer.

Advice

Definitely be outgoing and ask for things to do! They don't want to overwhelm you, but they'll always let you help!
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Software Engineering Intern

June - September 2019 • Seattle, WA

What I liked

I liked the company’s spirit and passion for their products. Additionally, many employees were very polite and supported my growth as an engineer and person.

What I wish was different

I wish I had been given a choice of which team to work on.

Advice

Go all-in with your internships. Take all of the intern social activities and try hard to get the most out of the experience.
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Accounting Intern

May 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

At Dell they give you real projects that they have to complete and put you in charge of them. You really get a feel of what it would actually be like to work there. From day one you are working exclusively with full time employees and not other interns.

What I wish was different

I wish you could have a little say of which team you get placed with.

Advice

Make sure to find ways where you can add extra value and show why you are special.
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Finance analyst

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

The people and work

What I wish was different

Nothing

Advice

You get to do value-added work, and make an impact on the company even as an intern
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Human Resouces Intern

May - August 2019 • Austin, TX

What I liked

I liked how big the intern program was at Dell. They held a lot of different intern events and made it fun for us as interns to get to know each other and feel a part of Dell.

What I wish was different

I wish they wouldn't have over recruited for HR interns because it made it more of a competitition for return offers than about learning and growing.

Advice

One piece of advice I would share about my experience is always be networking. I networked into my internship and I continued to network once I was there. Getting to hear everyones experiences was super beneficial.
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Inside sales Representative

May - August 2019 • Round Rock, TX

What I liked

The professional sales environment. Talking to customers and sorting issues that arose from daily activities. Actively having a voice on my team was a big plus too.

What I wish was different

The length of the internship role. I wish it would have carried out throughout the school year.

Advice

Do not be afraid to make yourself known and network like your life depends on it (because It does).
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Marketing Intern

June - August 2019 • Hopkinton, MA

What I liked

everything

What I wish was different

nothing

Advice

Apply yourself and get involved with campus orgs.
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