While we may or may not remember the details of our own intern experiences, most of us have a general idea of what interns do on a daily basis: get coffee, do 21st Century tasks that are the equivalent of photocopying, and general busy-work. At the end of the summer, the intern gets to put his or her “business” experience on their resume.
Not here at Revelwood. In fact, Jacob Huber, one of Revelwood’s video production interns this summer, specifically stated the intern program here was “not like an internship where we went for coffee.” Instead, our team here at Revelwood has worked hard to build a meaningful and valuable internship program built on our Core Values, and one that has an impact on both our business and on the education of interns.
This year marks the second year of our program, modeled off of a similar successful program from a vendor-partner of ours in a different industry. In its first year, our program was a Lead Development Rep (LDR) program focused exclusively on business development and sales internships. This year we expanded it to include roles in video production, consulting, services, systems, and IT policies and procedures.
Watch this video on The Intern Experience at Revelwood and hear directly from our intern team of 2019 on how they were able to incorporate our Core Values into their everyday work, had the opportunity to work on real business projects and interact with clients, and delivered an opportunity to “validate my passion.”
We’d like to thank our intern team of 2019! Good luck in your ventures moving forward!
- Gi Berca, LDR intern
- Jacob (Jake) Huber, video production intern
- Emily Kantor, IT policy and procedures intern
- Byran Kim, consulting intern
- Eddy Machado, consulting intern
- Tim Marotta, systems analyst intern
- Scotty McGraw, LDR intern
- Mat Mruz, video production intern
If you are interested in applying for an internship at Revelwood, please visit our careers page.