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Lexi, on her Sales Development Representative Internship

I grew up with the most incredible, happy, and supportive family. They always pushed me to work hard and make my dreams come true. When I was 5 I wanted to be a lawyer, so they bought me a tiny briefcase. When I was 10 I wanted to be a writer, so they would read every one of my stories and help me improve. When I got to high school I decided on sales, and they have supported me in every way since that decision stuck. When I met Natalie, my recruiter, at a career fair she described Qualtrics as an incredible, happy, and supportive family. There was no question once I had done the interviews and met more people from this company, I knew I was in the right place.

What attracted you to Qualtrics in the first place?   

The reason I originally applied for Qualtrics' summer internship was that my best friend had accepted a full-time job here and I wanted to stay close. The day I sent in my application was the same day I met Natalie at the career fair.

What is your favorite part of your role?   

My favorite part of the role is working with my team. I could be doing any job as long as I have them to push me and motivate me to do better. It makes the job fun.

How have you become involved in community at Qualtrics?   

I have joined the virtual book club, tried to get involved with the Women’s Leadership Development organization, and I try to attend every intern event.

Qualtrics is growing, and if you're ready to find your "why" at a place like this, you can explore our open opportunities at any time by visiting our career page or by joining our talent community.

Lexi is a future alumnus of Florida State University and had her first internship with Qualtrics! Lexi is also a Quiplash champion!


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