About CueBack

CueBack is a tech startup based in San Francisco, CA that operates in the higher education industry. Our alumni engagement platform helps university Advancement and Alumni Relations departments engage alumni and cultivate donors. CueBack’s AI-driven process turns alumni engagement into actionable insights that enhances giving. CueBack's engagement application provides qualitative data that fuels the AI Engine which generates custom reports to help universities exceed their goals.


Sales Development Representative

May 2020 - September 2020 San Francisco, CA
“CueBack is the perfect place to spend a summer internship, particularly for those interested in sales. The CEO, Arnie Papp, has 20+ years experience in relationship selling and is eager to share his wisdom and knowledge of what it takes to be a successful sales person with anyone who will listen. As an intern at CueBack, you will be given real responsibilities and every intern will be counted on to pull their own weight. As a sales intern, you will go through a training program where the CEO will walk you through the steps of speaking and pitching to a client. Sales interns are involved in lead generation, outbound and inbound sales, and product development. As a sales intern, I got the chance to sit in on product demos between Arnie and some of the top universities in the United States. If you are interested in working in sales, and want an internship that gives you the opportunity to pitch to big clients, I would highly recommend an internship with CueBack.”

Advertising Sales Development Representative

March 2020 Palo Alto, CA
“Over the past couple of months, I have had the pleasure as working as a Sales Development Representative intern at Cueback. From the beginning, I was given tasks and projects that gave me hands-on experience in the sales industry. Working in a startup allowed me endless opportunities to learn and grow in several areas of the company. One of the best things about Cueback was how inclusive and encouraging everyone. My assignments, and access to resources and knowledge did not make me feel like an intern, but an asset to the company, which has been a very rewarding feeling. Often times our CEO Arnie Papp would personally take the time to call me and educate on the company as well as sales tactics from his personal experience. I have taken away an incremental amount of knowledge from my co-workers and higher ups, and look forward to continuing my internship in the fall!”
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