Yesterday, our 2018 Summer Intern Class gave their report outs and shared what they learned. Each one shared highlights from their experience, indicated what they accomplished, and talked about what they learned. In preparation, they took a public speaking webinar. They represented four different functions: Turning, Deburring, Accounting/Finance, and Engineering.
We have a long history of employing interns. It’s a two-way street. We get some extra help and they get to learn. One sign that the program is a success is that we have many employees, including some who have been here more than 10 years, who got their start as interns. With all of the focus on developing the next generation of manufacturing skills, we are excited to share our accomplishments.
They are attending Asnuntuck Community College, the University of Connecticut, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Our current class will “graduate” from Horst and return to their respective schools in the coming weeks.