We are Summer Hires, not Interns
Coffee runs, sandbox projects, cubicles and terrifying bosses. The universal intern experience – but we are not interns. At Something Digital, we are Summer Hires and for the next two months we are full-time employees contributing valuable work. We work the same schedule, participate in staff meetings, and are encouraged to speak up by the surprisingly approachable company founders/partners. Plus, everyone makes their own coffee.
Sometimes it can feel like we are diving into unfamiliar waters, but SD has done its best to help us acclimate. We will be discussing our take on SD and the summer experience in a series of posts to follow. The first of these posts is the SD welcome and office “tour.”
Meet the Summer Hires:
Hello! I am one of the Summer Programmers at SD working to create an internal tool that generates budgets and workplans. I am approaching my final semester at Stony Brook University, graduating with a degree in Computer Science and a minor in Japanese Studies.
Hey! I am a Summer Programmer at SD, contributing my coding skills to refining and enhancing internal tools our developers use for systems security and health monitoring. I am coming up on my fourth and final year at George Washington University, where I major in Computer Science with a concentration in Computer Security and Software Engineering. Outside of coding, I enjoy spending my time playing soccer or watching the NYC skyline from my NJ hometown.
Hi! I am the Summer Project Manager at SD working to help plan projects, allocate resources and provide my research skills. I’m a rising third-year Junior at Stony Brook University studying Technological Systems Management and Business, specializing in Computer Science and International Business. I am on the hunt for the best chicken parm hero in Queens.
Stay tuned for the summer hire series all summer long!