Flexible hours and decent pay. The tasks assigned aren't too challenging and can be completed fairly quickly once familiarizing yourself with OpenLink's Software. Everyone is super approachable and willing to help.
If you're looking for a challenge this is not the place, as the work they give their interns isn't difficult. Also OpenLink doesn't devote a lot time and resources to their interns so there is a lot of sitting around unless you're self-motivated.
Advice to Management
It would be good for interns to have a laid out plan of what they will be doing over the 3 month summer internship
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at OpenLink Financial in September 2015.
Very strange process. Applied online, and was contacted directly by the hiring manager to set up a phone interview. Interviewed over with two individuals via telephone over two separate days, but received a rejection email a few days later. Another few days later I received a call from the talent recruiter who had posted the job on LinkedIn. I advised him that I had been turned down by the hiring manager and he seemed unaware of that fact, and insinuated I was still in consideration. I followed up a few days later with the recruiter, who did not return any communication. Overall a strange process and seemingly disorganized on their end.