Luckily I got myself a job over summer from 16th August - 15thSeptember in BOSCH's Marketing Department in their AE (AutomotiveElectronics) plant in Reutlingen, Germany.
Bosch is such a huge company, so I didn't really expect much from being put in AE/Rt NE4, their marketing department, as they obviously don't do much corporate design related work - they rather give it to outsourced agencies.
I had a really good time though and enjoyed working with their staff. It wasn't super-hard work I had to do, but it definitely was a challenge. All the stuff was mainly in English, which I was pretty happy about, being in Germany for over a months time and not speaking English - that went pretty well in the end though.
The most demanding part of my job was being correct and to know what I was doing, never really worked with super technical stuff before - I had to study a 200 slides power point presentation my very first day. I confronted myself through it slide by slide slowly but bravely - interspersed over a couple of days - and managed to get into the fields of sensors and semiconductors.
Anyway, I had a good time being back in good old Germany, and did get to design a couple of things for them as well, I've done PowerPoint presentations according to their CI, several booklets and CD covers for their further education promotion pack intended to reach university professors all over the world.
I'm afraid, I won't be able to post anything I've done online due to their copyright policy - but believe me it was nothing near a big deal anyway - considering their massive folder of corporate design, designers waste their time looking for design-freedom.