Interns are a part of the fabric of Roundpeg. I am a teacher at heart, and I love sharing what I know about marketing with people who are interested in learning. Every semester we have one, two or three individuals who are testing their careers with us.
Traditional and non-traditional candidates, our interns come in all shapes and sizes. BabyD was a high school sophomore with a talent for video and web design. Mid-career interns Jenn and Kristen were mature women, with more than a few years of experience in different fields. They came to Roundpeg to learn things which would allow them to take their careers in a new direction.
We even had an international student, Liang Chen, who was here as part of a delegation of students from Taiwan participating in Butler University’s International Trade Institute’s International Business Administration Program.
The faces change, but you can always count on a little bit of learning going on at Roundpeg. And the learning is not one way. The good interns, the ones we will always remember, gave us as much as we gave them. Meet some of our interns:
It is not always easy, starting over, carving out time for training, and answering the same questions over and over again, but a good intern is always worth the effort.