Interned at Doosan Bobcat in Fargo, ND
Senior majoring in Business Administrations with concentrations in Finance, BPIM, and Business Software Applications
Expected graduation: May 2018
1. How did you find your internship position?
I was actually sitting in class one day talking to another student about interning and my professor overhead the conversation and asked if I would be interest in working for Doosan Bobcat in Fargo. The very next day I was in an interview. It's crazy how things happen!
2. Why did you decide to do this internship?
I decided to take this internship because I knew it was a good company to have on my resume and I wanted to branch out and really explore my options that I have with my degree.
3. What were your responsibilities?
We started working on the Remedy 9.1 project. It was my responsibility to make sure the knowledge articles were all being transferred over to the database correctly and managed them as new ones were created.
4. What was your favorite part of the internship experience?
Meeting people. I met so many new people who all held different positions within the company and by doing that it gave me a better idea of where I want to be when I graduate.
5. In what way has your VCSU experience prepared you for this internship?
VCSU prepared me for my internship by offering a wide range of classes that are helpful. For example, the COMM 110 class was great because you absolutely need to be able to communicate effectively to coworkers. BOTE 336 was also a great one because it helped with understanding the functions of excel.
6. How do you feel this internship has helped prepare you for your career?
I feel that I have a better understanding for myself and what I want to do with my career. Being exposed to different departments of a company really was a cool experience.
7. What advice would you offer to a student completing an internship?
Explore your options. There are many different opportunities out there and don't be afraid to try new things because it’s when you do that you really start to grow and find yourself.