SACC-SF/SV former intern Axel Krottler is about to start his second internship in Silicon Valley – this time at Ericsson.
“I look forward to learning more about 5G and American Culture.”
Ericsson is one of several corporate partners that have discovered the benefits of SACC-SF/SV’s internship program.
“We have had great experience of having Swedish interns at our innovation center in Santa Clara”, said Jan Söderström, Head of Technology Office Silicon Valley at Ericsson.
At the Chamber in San Francisco, Axel Krottler worked with partnership and business development. In his new role at Ericsson, he will part of the marketing and communication team at D-15 Labs in Santa Clara.
“My internship at the Chamber has been incredibly developing, and I am very much looking forward to continuing my journey at Ericsson”, he said.
Axel Krottler will take over the baton from the previous intern Isabelle Edenborg, who did an internship at SACC-SF/SV during the spring of 2019 and then continued to Ericsson.
The Swedish multinational networking and telecommunications company Ericsson is headquartered in Stockholm but has campus in several locations in the US and, around the world.
SACC-SF/SV internship program offers companies and organizations in the Bay Area the opportunity to host highly qualified and bilingual interns from Sweden for a stay between 6 and 18 months. With a minimum age of 21, many of the candidates have received a bachelor or master’s degree in topics like technology, marketing or computer programming, and some of them have already gained experience and specialized skills within their field.