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Summer Interns

By Alina Buzgar, Editor-in-Chief

Congratulations to our fellow students who are currently spending their summer interning with companies around the world. Here are a few of them! You can find their stories posted on the CMC Facebook page as well. Look out for more articles about their stories right here at DasTor.


Chandu

Chandra Mouli Koduri (MBA ’16, India)

Product Manager – Business Consulting Intern at Nationwide Financial in Columbus, Ohio

“My prior experience in analytics was exactly what the employer was looking for.”


HarshHarsh Kagda (MBA ’15, India)

Business Planning Intern at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon

“Plan, prepare and be persistent.”

 


WayneWei Ting (Wayne) Huang (MBA ’16, China)

Market Analyst Intern at On Semiconductor in Phoenix, Arizona

“Find a suitable position which fits your background, find a key person who can help you and, most importantly, have confidence in the interview.”


HimanshuHimanshu Sahib (MBA ’16, India)

Marketing Intern at ICL in Nashville, Tennessee

“Following up with people, trying everything under the sun to land an internship.”

 


ArnoldArnold Wang (MBA ’16, China)

Summer Intern at Ford Motor Credit Company in Detroit, Michigan

“Senior students including Kyle Luo and Tingli Wan gave me generous help in preparing for the career event held at Ford Credit. The information given by them enabled me to know everything already before the event even happened.”


RuturajRuturaj Patil (MBA ’16, India)

Product Marketing Manager Intern at Red Hat Inc in Westford, Massachusetts

“Consistently getting insights from alumni keeps you updated with the market expectations and helps you land in the perfect job.”


AbishekAbishek Munshi (MBA ’16, India)

Corporate Intern at Republic Services in Phoenix, Arizona

“I have been working towards internship since January 2015, and have not only worked on networking but also have applied to online jobs. The only mantra is perseverance and keep working on your resume according to the profile.”

Ask me how I got my job is an initiative by the Career Management Center at Thunderbird where our students get to share their success in getting a job or an internship.

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