The Force Behind the Lift: Intern Edition

Here at Rotary we are pleased to offer internships to some of the best and brightest collge 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 along side us everyday.  How about we learn a little more about the "little lifters."

Intern_Edition

Jessica Ono:ono

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

JessicaI will be attending the University of Cincinnati and I will be majoring in Psychology.

 Q: What is your position at Rotary?

JessicaI am an intern for the human resources department working to improve the current job descriptions. 

 Q: What is something you have learned while at Rotary that surprised you?

JessicaDuring my internship I have learned a lot under the supervision of Melissa Brown. I have been able to acquire insight into the world of Human Resources and understand the fundamentals of work flow between employees and the corporation of VSG. Being able to develop relationships between individuals within each department has been one of the most rewarding aspects about my stay with VSG. I learned that even if you’re part of a vast growing business, you can still maintain a genuine “small town” environment where I felt easily welcomed each day. 

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

JessicaI thoroughly enjoy the outdoors; camping, fishing, sports, longboarding, hiking and exploring.

  

Franklin Belt:

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

Franklin: I attend Purdue University, studying mechanical engineering technology. 

 Q: What is your position at Rotary?

FranklinI am a design engineer in new product development.

  Q: What is something you have learned while at Rotary that surprised you?

FranklinI was surprised to hear that Dover is a Fortune 500 company. It’s nice to hear that such a small town has connections with a big company.

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

Franklin: I love to go camping. I have camped in over 39 different states so far.

 

 

Charley Dwyer:Dwyer

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

Charley: I attend Ball State University and major in logistics and supply chain management. 

 Q: What is your position at Rotary?

Charley: I am a logistics intern.      

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

Charley: I like to play ultimate frisbee.

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

CharleyI like to work out every day and see friends that I don’t get a chance to see while I’m away at college.

 

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