Force Behind the Lift: Intern Edition

interns(1).jpgHere at Rotary we are pleased to offer internships to some of the best and brightest college students, so that they may gain valuable work experience from the makers of the "World's Most Trusted Lift."  They mean more to Rotary than a short 3 month "summer job," they become part of the Rotary family.  From the production floor to the accounting department, our interns work alongside us every day.  How about we learn a little more about the "little lifters."

 

Anna-Bear.jpgAnna Bruns:

Q: What school/university are you attending and what is your major?

Anna: I attend the University of Cincinnati enrolled in the Lindner School of Business. Currently I am studying International Business and either Finance or Accounting with a minor in Spanish.

Q: What job/career do you hope to attain once out of college?

Anna:  I am unsure what career path I will take after college but I want to travel with the career I choose.

Q: What is your position here at Rotary?

Anna: I am interning in the Credit department for Rotary.

Q: What is something you have learned while here that surprised you or that you were not expecting?

Anna: Since I have been here, I have noticed that VSG has a very positive and outgoing environment. The open door policy allows everyone to communicate freely with their co workers, and anyone will make themselves available to answer your questions.

Q: What is a fun fact that people may not know about you?

Anna: I lived in Australia as an exchange student for three months during my junior year of high school.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time away from work?

Anna: On the weekdays when I am away from work, I enjoy boating on the river and spending time with my friends from high school. Also this summer, I am helping my sorority, Theta Phi Alpha, with recruitment and philanthropy event planning.

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Nathan Holland

Q: What school/university are you attending and what is your major?

Nathan: I'm going into my senior year at Ball State University and majoring in Computer Information Systems.

Q: What job/career do you hope to attain once out of college?

Nathan: I would like to have career in the Information Technology field that will put my degree to good use.

Q: What is your position here at Rotary?

Nathan: I am an Intern with the Information Technology team

Q: What is something you have learned while here that surprised you or that you were not expecting?

Nathan: Rotary is a very large company. Living in Madison, it's nice to know that we are home to the global leader in lift manufacturing.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time away from work?

Nathan: I enjoy hanging out with friends, watching sports, and playing video games.

 

Alex w banner.pngAlex Wilson

Q: What school/university are you attending and what is your major?

Alex: I attend the University of Indiana and am majoring in Business.

Q: What job/career do you hope to attain once out of college?

Alex: I haven't decided exactly what I would like to do after college, but hope my degree will allow for many opportunities. 

Q: What is your position here at Rotary?

Alex: I am a Supply Chain Intern.

Q: What is something you have learned while here that surprised you or that you were not expecting?

Alex: I learned that Rotary is a much bigger company than I thought, and has many different international locations across the world.

Q: What is a fun fact that people may not know about you?

Alex: As you may have guessed from my picture, I really enjoy sports.

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time away from work?

Alex: Along with sports, I enjoy numerous outdoor activities. Really anything that involves sports or competition. 

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