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Its been two weeks since the end of the SAPPHIRENOW held in Orlando, Florida this year. During the event I started an initiative called SAP Success Stories. The initiative takes aim at outlining the successes of members and mentors of the SAP/SCN community and highlight their favourite parts of being involved with SAP, their successes, what they would do differently and much MORE.

One of the members I got to catch up with is named Jorida Cakeri.Jorida, is currently doing her MBA at West Chester University and is now currently interning with University Alliances. She is one of the 11 Student SAP Mentor for 2015 . Shared in the link below is a short 2 minute interview with Jorida highlighting some of the positive aspects and insights she has gotten by working with SAP and University Alliances.

Jorida sees a future career path with SAP and believes that SAP could do more to influence getting Millennia’s involved with technology and the company. She strongly believes in projecting this message to Millennial’s through the use of social media streams. Being a Student SAP Mentor for 2015, Jorida has had the opportunity to use her social media prowess to reach an extremely large number of students around North America and the Globe to help develop SAP’s and University Alliance’s relationship with students.

Go, Jorida!!!

Do you have an SAP Success Story to share? Please contact me by commenting below to set up a short interview or fill out this quick template: SAP Success Story. The idea is to gain insights into what helped execute your successes in the SAP ecosystem, as well as showcase the impact you have made within the community and the impact the community has made to you! You can also tag a nominee and encourage them to blog their SAP Success Story as well as tag myself so the data can be collected.

Thank you,

Sam Alexander

Student SAP Mentor 2015

Mentor:Arif Mohamed Johari

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