Today is the final day of my internship and, if I had to pick one word to describe my experience, it would be, "fulfilling." It feels like yesterday the ten interns including myself, were sitting in orientation trying to figure out how this experience was going to be. Ten weeks later I can tell you that it has been amazing. Working in information technology with the group I work with has made my experience that much better. I have learned a great amount as well as making many connections and friendships along the way.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone at Indium Corporation for treating the interns as a part of the team. It has been an honor interning here and I am sure all the other interns feel this way. You made us feel very special from the moment we walked through the doors of Indium Corporation. The training and work we received was impeccable and the lunch and learns were extremely beneficial.
I would especially like to thank my supervisor Jeff Rivet for giving me this great opportunity and also thank everyone in IT for treating me like a fellow employee. Every day when I walked through the doors I knew I was going to be challenged with a different task from the previous day. Just being here for ten weeks really has showed me that Indium Corporation is a very employee friendly company, meaning the employees come first.
Not only did this internship give me great experience but I also gave me the opportunity to extend my time here and work part time during my final year of college. This will be an experience I will always remember.
Along with thanking the employees here at Indium I would also like to thank the other interns for being a great group. We had a lot of fun throughout these ten weeks and I also made some lifelong friendships throughout the internship. Now, for possible future interns all have to say is APPLY! Do not be discouraged! Being an intern here at Indium Corporation has been a great stepping stone and put me so much further ahead in my college career. Hopefully you can do the same.
I wish you all the best,
Matthew D. Haddad