My eight-month stint as an intern with Cloud Giants has come and gone. The opportunity to learn, work, and grow has given me experiences I’ll take with me throughout my career.

As a senior at North Carolina State University studying Business Administration with a concentration in Information Technology, I’m confident in the knowledge and skills I’ve learned in the classroom. Cloud Giants has given me an opportunity to put these skills to work and show what I can do.

In those eight months, I’ve learned a lot, not only about Salesforce but about business. Attending quarterly meetings, watching the leadership team in action, and working to help grow the company has been immensely eye-opening into what it takes to run a business.

I’m thankful for all the knowledge I’ve gained as a consulting intern. Working at Cloud Giants has allowed me to gain experience working with many different organizations and learn how they do business.

With only a little experience in the business world, the opportunity to learn from a variety of companies has been immensely helpful in broadening my understanding of businesses operations.

And Cloud Giants has been an excellent company to work for. Kelly has created a welcoming environment which allows everyone to thrive and feel at home. Everyone here is excited to work together and has fun creating value for others. Not a day goes by at Cloud Giants where someone isn’t being recognized for an accomplishment or earning praise from a client. The culture is amazing and everyone plays an integral part in it. The atmosphere is geared towards growth, support, and fun and it’s one of the things I will miss most.

With all of the opportunities to learn, deepen my skills and knowledge, and be a part of the incredible culture, there’s a lot to miss at this company as I say goodbye. I’m grateful for the opportunity to work here and will miss being a Cloud Giant.


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A.J. is a senior at North Carolina State University and will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Information Technology. This year, he’s balanced multiple jobs with Amazon, the Carolina Hurricanes, and Cloud Giants, while serving in volunteer roles across the N.C. State campus with the service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega, the American Marketing Association, and as a University Ambassador. He earned the Eagle Scout rank in high school and continues to serve as a mentor and leadership trainer within the Boy Scouts of America. After graduating, A.J. hopes to pursue a job in either consulting and sales within the sports or IT industry.

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