By Nathan Sherburn
The last two months have been an absolute blast! My fellow interns from Australia, Joel and Michael, and I have travelled, explored, experienced and learned more than we could ever have expected. The office culture here is absolutely brilliant. No matter which department we visit, we find that people are always willing to spend time chatting and answering our questions.
By Mari Eguchi
There is no right or wrong answer to your career, but if you are too afraid of making decisions, then nothing is going to happen. Never ever give up your career by saying “There aren’t any opportunities!” It’s just an excuse. You can do anything you want if you make a decision to do so.
By Phiri Katsonga
My journey as an intern has been a unique one so far. When I first started I was nervous about what my role would be like and whether or not I would settle in properly. But those doubts were instantly put to rest. The HP team is very welcoming and made me feel part of the company straight away.
By Israel Flores
During his 5 years with HP, Israel has been able to travel to different countries and meet teammates from all over the world. Israel defines his career as something challenging and dynamic.
By Mason Lin
Joining a highly regarded international company had always been one of my career aspirations and I considered it an important step for my career development. In 2007, my dream came true; I got the opportunity to work in Taipei HP workstation R&D team, and it was even better than I had imagined!
By Joel Yap
The opportunity to embark on an international internship experience at an iconic global US Fortune 100 company in Silicon Valley is something dreams are made of. Ever since I was young, I’ve always dreamed of exploring and experiencing life in the United States. Little did I know, this dream would soon become a reality.
Robotics is not something that comes to everyone’s mind when they think HP. But is the first thing that comes to my mind. And as an intern is a privilege to have had the opportunities to share this kind of innovation with other students, interns and now HP Labs.
Here is what keep Gopal going: simplification and applying technology solutions to solve business problems. As a member of te HP Software team, he is happy with the amazing opportunities to grow the way he wants.
Welcome to the September 2015 edition of the HP Graduates Newsletter.
We distribute this newsletter monthly to keep you, our graduate new hires, connected to HP and updated on news and events prior to your start date.
The HP Wellness team in Malaysia provides a full array of health and wellness events to fill up our employees’ 12 months calendar. They have organized more than 20 sports and recreational events including the Badminton Tournament, Bowling Tournament, Global Wellness Challenge (GWC) and GWC “Walk for Health”, HP Dragon Boat Clinic and competition, HP Amazing Race and many more.
In conjunction with the Hewlett Packard Malaysia Manufacturing (HPMM) Go Live celebration on July 1st, 30 HPMM employees took the opportunity to get together on July 2nd for the first time to volunteer at SJK (T) Ladang Chersonese located at Kuala Kurau, a HPMM adopted school. The school currently has 34 students enrolled from Standard 1 until Standard 6. Although the school is small, it currently has a conducive learning environment with basic facilities. However, there are still opportunities to further improve the learning environment.
Economic growth, vast opportunities and diverse cultures meet in the Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa region. Read here how Alaa Alshimy, VP of Enterprise Group and Managing Director of Middle East, Mediterranean and Africa is experiencing this dynamic environment and what opportunities he sees ahead of HP.
For most interns, the fear of putting their reputation in risk might knock some of their ideas out. My experience on #HPTwintership shows that proactivity is surprisingly the path to success.
As a passionate student in International Business and Languages, I started six months ago as an intern in the Talent Acquisition department at HP, in the Netherlands. I had the opportunity to write my thesis at HP, in order to graduate for my Bachelor of Business Administration. I was very happy with this opportunity to be part of one of the biggest technology companies in the world! Also, the possibility to work in an international environment with people from all over the world attracted me the most!
HP’s Able@HP initiatives go beyond the US, as programs make positive impact across the globe. Jeff Gray - Global Talent Acquisition Director for HP Software, Cloud and Labs, shares his perspective on HP’s inclusive culture and how it has helped him succeed in his career.
Being part of a company like HP makes me feel like a very proud intern, because it has made me realize that I do not have to work just because I have to do it, but because it is meaningful and fulfilling. HP makes me come to work happy: I can´t wait to start another day, meet my amazing manager and my team, that always help me, with a big smile on their faces.
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