Mission: Enabling Universal Access to High Quality Healthcare
I worked at LeanTaaS as an intern (Less than a year)
I was an intern at LeanTaaS during the summer of 2015 and could not have had a more enjoyable learning experience. Despite being an intern, I was incorporated into a large scale project from the get-go and worked closely with a member of the leadership team, which granted me an invaluable mentorship opportunity. I was given a range of interesting responsibilities from web app development to client calls, and I deeply appreciated the high energy work ethic embodied by everyone in the office. As a result, there was never a day where I didn't look forward to coming in to work. Furthermore, the company culture at LeanTaaS is stand-out: intelligent, amiable co-workers paired with an open and approachable leadership team. Would highly recommend to others seeking an engaging internship experience with a high-potential startup.
As an intern I was not expecting to be placed on such a highly-valued project, and therefore sometimes found myself facing tasks that needed technical skills that I had not yet acquired. However, to anyone looking to learn and grow during an internship, this should sound pretty exciting. An internship at LeanTaaS will help you finesse your ability to tackle unexpected challenges and learn new skills as they arise.
Advice to Management
The existence of this section implies that at most companies, the easiest outlet for employees to give advice to management is through online, anonymous reviews. This is not at all the case at LeanTaaS, at which the approachable and open-minded leadership team welcomes feedback and constantly seeks growth. My only advice would be to continue crafting such a positive work environment.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at LeanTaaS (Sunnyvale, CA) in June 2014.
I had a quick informational call - interviewer walked me through what the company did, what it was looking for, etc. They then invited me onsite. I met a total of 4 people one on one - and they asked me mostly questions regarding my resume. I got to meet the CEO and ask him questions about the business. After a series of one on ones, it was somebody's birthday so I got to eat cake.
I asked about travel compensation because I was commuting. They were understanding and very fair. Advice: never hurts to ask. The LeanTaaS leaders are very reasonable people.
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