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This summer, we brought several interns aboard at our San Francisco Office (SFO). In this blog series, these interns share tales of their times as Rackspace summer interns.
There’s nothing quite like a promotion to both stroke the ego and demolish one’s comfortable sense of security.
One of our core values at Rackspace is “Treat Rackers Like Friends and Family.” This value is a huge part of who we are as individuals, and it’s something deeply embedded within the fabric of our company. That’s why it’s pretty common to hear stories about Rackers taking care of each other. What we’ve learned over the last few years is that when we band together, we can create something of value that’s greater than ourselves.
This summer, we brought several interns aboard at our San Francisco Office (SFO). In this blog series, these interns share tales of their times as Rackspace summer interns.
This summer, I had the opportunity to work as a marketing intern at the Rackspace headquarters in San Antonio. My first impression of the company was how amazingly vibrant and colorful the office is. There aren’t many interns who can boast of having a slide, picnic tables, beach umbrellas and food trucks at their workplace! Prior to joining the marketing team, I had heard through word of mouth that Rackspace is one of the most exciting and progressive places to work. Now, after 10 weeks, I can say that my experience at the Castle has truly evidenced this. There is a strong sense of family among all Rackers, and the people here are always looking for ways to help each other in any way possible. It is perhaps this shared bond that helps Rackspace retain its unique culture, even as it crosses the 5,000-plus employee milestone.
This summer, we brought several interns aboard at our San Francisco Office (SFO). In this blog series, these interns share tales of their times as Rackspace summer interns.
Once you’ve got a decent number of bike riders and an award-winning bike workshop and bike parking area, what do you do next? A Bike-B-Q, of course. I can’t take credit for this idea, but it’s worked out quite well for us so far to further our bike-friendly culture at the Rackspace San Francisco office (SFO).
On the first day of my summer internship, I looked at the expansive, white building that houses the Rackspace headquarters and wondered what I had gotten myself into. The first thing you notice about the space formerly known as Windsor Park Mall is the scale of the building: the immense, cavernous, beautiful space. In size, the renovated mall looks similar to the Empire State Building, laid flat on its side. As soon as I set foot inside the building proper, I was confronted with a maelstrom of new sights and sounds: the sales team erupting in applause to support a teammate who had just closed a sale, a giant slide running from the second floor to the first floor of the office, meeting rooms with every surface optimized for use with dry erase markers, and much more. The former mall , now called “The Castle” is a 1.2 million square-foot structure and houses one of the largest tech companies east of Silicon Valley.
This summer, we brought several interns aboard at our San Francisco Office (SFO). In this blog series, these interns share tales of their times as Rackspace summer interns.
Rackspace tasked its San Francisco office to change the business through innovation, a lofty goal that we try to imbue into everything we do. Now the office has a new home, one that’s custom built to promote new ideas and creative engineering.
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