Featured Student Internships

Posted: December 8, 2020 12:00:00 AM CST

Sarah barfknechtSarah Barfknecht, Business Administration emphasis in MGT, graduation Dec 2021, hometown Hastings NE

Kearney Regional Medical Center, summer 2020

“Before this internship, I knew I wanted to have a career in the business side of healthcare.  I had not really considered a career in human resources.  Now that I have been exposed to the human resources field, I think it is a good fit for me.  My career goals now include working in an HR position in the healthcare industry.”


workers on the jobVelerianna Garcia, Construction Management, graduation May 2021, hometown Norfolk NE

Hausmann Construction, summer 2020

“As I entered my academic internship, I was unsure whether or not I wanted to pursue the project management or superintendent route of a career.  During my academic internship, I worked closely with three superintendents, and because of that exposure, I now lean heavily towards a superintendent role.  I have built relationships with multiple subcontractors at multiple companies, and I have been able to learn a little about every subcontractor on site. This internship exposed me to years’ worth of information, and I hope to be able to continue to grow my knowledge before graduation and after.”

 

Alyssa working on a projectAlyssa Empfield, Interior & Product Design, graduation May 2021, hometown North Platte NE

Wilkins ADP, summer 2020

“I learned a lot from this internship, and it has helped me feel confident in going into my senior year and then post-graduation.  I feel confident interpreting plans, identifying materials and finishes, and using technology and software that is used in the design process.  My communication skills have also become stronger.  Overall, I learned a lot this summer and feel a lot more confident about the process of commercial design and what goes into it.”

 

Trevor Matousek standing in front of businessTrevor Matousek, Supply Chain Management, graduation May 2022, hometown Holdrege NE

Bayer Crop Science, summer 2020

“This internship honestly was one of the best experiences I could have asked for.  I learned so much and feel a lot more confident in my knowledge of the supply chain field.  This was a great stepping stone into hopefully a long supply chain career.”

 

 

 

Trevor Luzum at a deskTrevor Luzum, Agribusiness, graduation May 2021, hometown Milligan NE

Farmers and Merchants Bank, summer 2020

”The internship was a great experience, helping me understand the business side of agriculture.  Being able to view multiple financials for ag operations has helped prepare me for a future in agribusiness.  With my farming background and now my experience in the financial side of agriculture, I feel that I am prepared for almost any job in ag business.  I will be able to understand future customers and the situations they are in.”

By: CBTENews

Category: Business and Technology, General

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