SF Summer Intern Program: The Intern Games Re-Cap

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To wrap up the summer in style, InternMatch partnered with Salesforce to host the biggest event of its SF Summer Intern Program yet: The Intern Games. Amidst a blend of patriotic Olympic spirit and survival of the fittest in this year’s Hunger Games series, Bay area interns from Google, IBM, Klout, Twitter and more spent the afternoon in Mission Bay Park battling each other in physical and mental games. 11 districts, 12 stations, and tons of awesome schwag.

Interns had fun looping, relaying, engineering and racing their way to the tug of war finale, which put District 3 on top as the winning team. Congrats, guys! We owe a huge shoutout to Salesforce for being a fantastic partner in creating the perfect event to send off our beloved Bay area interns before they hit the textbooks or head off to full-time jobs. Here’s to an endless San Francisco summer — we’ll see you guys next year!

Check out the rest of our Intern Games photos on our Facebook page.

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