Intern Spotlight: Noah Shertzer

 

Junior Noah Shertzer is a Management major who spent the Summer in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania at Capital Blue Cross working as their official Community Relations Intern.

During his time with the company, Noah worked planning events, organizing sponsorships and assisting in community outreach. “I did a lot of outreach to different organizations and non-profits, most of which are customers or potential customers of Capital BlueCross,” he said.

Throughout his time with the department, he also learned the importance of allocating work. With a wide variety of tasks in many different areas, Noah managed to network with a range companies. I made a long-standing connection with a few non-profits. I have connected and befriended people from Pennsylvania Food-bank and United Way. I really wanted to do this because from the start, I loved what they do and what they stand for so I wanted to know them for volunteer opportunities and for future endeavors,” he said.

In addition to his roles in events and outreach, Noah gained valuable experience in managing budgets and role adaptation. He hopes to possibly pursue a graduate degree or work in a sales sector one day, and he found the experience to be informing and valuable to his future career endeavors.

InComm Internship Information Session

Thursday, October 26th 2017

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

MBC 213A – Massey Business Center

Stop by MBC 213A to meet representatives from InComm and learn about their internship program! The InComm Internship Program provides mentoring, training, and employment to undergraduate and graduate students.

What’s it like to be an InComm Intern?

  • You will interact with multiple departments to gain a broad perspective on how each department supports the overall business goals of the enterprise.
  • You are assigned a Mentor at the Sr. Director or VP-level manager who ensures that the intern is taught how InComm is structured, what each team does, the relationships throughout the company, and the operating departments of the business.
  • You will produce critical work products that continue past their internships. EPIC interns work 20 hours per week, year round and are juniors or seniors.

 

Annual Career Fair

 

Join 50+ employers from all industries from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on October 18th in the Maddox Grand Atrium. Attire is business professional and companies will be hosting booths with information on upcoming job and internship opportunities.

Visit the list of attending employers here on Handshake to get a head start on preparing.