Juicy News: Announcing Intern Pursuit’s Intern Recognition Award Winners

Intern Pursuit, an intelligent intern management and skill development platform for employers, launched their first Intern Recognition Awards. This is an opportunity for employer members to recognize the outstanding interns that worked with them during the spring 2021 semester. In order to qualify for this award, Intern Pursuit employers nominate interns who were matched by Intern Pursuit with them and demonstrated at least one of the outlined criteria. Overall, Intern Pursuit seeks to recognize those who excel in their job positions, under the mentorship of their amazing employers.

302 LLC

The first winner is Michael Kondracki, who interns at 302 LLC. Under the guidance of his success manager, Deana Galbraith, he was able to excel in the spring quarter. 302 LLC is a Digital User Experience Lab founded in 2014, with the mission to bridge cutting edge technology and the human experience. Deana highlighted Michael’s positive attitude and willingness to learn while on the job. She also recognized his consistent contributions, productive observations, and attention to opportunities for improvement. These strongly align with 302’s aim to encourage innovative thinkers and their exploration of how emerging technologies can be used to create interactive experiences. Another key trait that Michael demonstrated and made him an outstanding intern, is his collaboration and optimal teamwork. When asked to share a quote that best exemplifies Michael’s personality, Deana said, “It is not logic or facts but our hopes and dreams, our hearts and our guts, that drive us to try new things.”

Corgi Art House

Next, is another outstanding intern that worked with Corgi Art House: Willie Roman.

He did an outstanding job in his internship by redesigning the company’s website, logo, and business card. His success manager Anthony Bagsby said, “He brought our entire graphic design presence up a level.” Corgi Art House is a company that provides 3D art production support for game development, simulation, and interactive experiences by offering services in 3D modeling, 3D animation, texturing, rigging, 2D sprite animation, and real-time effects. “Willie’s commitment to improving their image was essential. He even worked overtime in order to finish the company’s website overhaul by the end of his internship. Additionally, he demonstrated great problem solving skills and learned to use new technology throughout his internship, all qualities of an outstanding intern. Additionally, when asked to share a quote that best exemplifies Willie’s work ethic, Anthony said,