Meet former ServiceNow interns who are helping us grow


Former ServiceNow interns share about their experiences as full-time employees.

Some say you can judge a company by the quality of its early-in-career employees. If that’s true, then our future is in good hands.

We recently spoke with several former interns who are making their mark at ServiceNow. These dynamic young employees talk culture, opportunities for growth, and other reasons they continue to choose to work at the company.

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“Everyone is treated as a key stakeholder at ServiceNow,” says Srikar B., a product manager for Dynamic Translation and Localization Framework. “There is no strict hierarchy, and management is approachable—encouraging both employees and interns to come up with fresh ideas.”

Srikar began his ServiceNow journey in 2018 and was one of the more than 300 global summer interns that year.

Today, the program includes nearly 400 interns working globally across our entire business. The interns gain access to real-work experiences, jobs, and benefits.

“Ever since my first summer here, I never felt like I was just grinding or doing someone else’s work,” says Yash G. on the user experience performance team, who interned in 2019. “I always felt I was doing my own work—work that’s making a real difference.”

Growing and retaining talent

Attracting great, early-in-career talent is one thing. Keeping it is another. According to these former interns, the key to gaining their commitment is offering a unique culture and delivering on the promise of opportunity for growth and advancement.

Software Engineer Prasanthi P. says ServiceNow’s culture of open, two-way communication leads to a more comfortable working environment, which results in greater opportunities, performance, and results. “ServiceNow is a place where employees can create opportunities for themselves,” she says.

Social Media Manager Natalya C. agrees. A former intern, Natalya began working full time at ServiceNow in 2014. “Growth and opportunities have been a constant,” she says. “I’ve always been encouraged to speak my mind and share ideas, which has led to more doors opening and new challenges.”

See how these former interns are making a mark as full-time ServiceNow employees:


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