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Little Caesars Enterprises

Desktop engineer intern

May - August 2018 • Detroit, MI

What I liked

It was a very engaging internship. They had many “Caesar Talks” which were c level employees explaining how they got where they are it was interesting and inspiring. They got you involved and gave you real work. At the end of the internship everyone gave presentation about what they did.

What I wish was different

I wish there where more internship mingles so you can hear about what everyone was doing while the internship was going on

Advice

Apply, it’s a great company that really cares about its people. I really enjoyed my time there.
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Assistant Manager

June 2015 • Piqua, OH

What I liked

Being given responsibility as a manger to grow as a an individual and as a leader

What I wish was different

Nothing!

Advice

Don't take responsibility for granted. It's a great chance to learn how to manage and become a better leader.
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Platform Engineer

May - August 2019 • Detroit, MI

What I liked

Excellent corporate structure. Worked on projects that mattered.

What I wish was different

Hourly wage could have been higher.

Advice

From this internship, I was able to leave with more skills than I have ever learned In college.
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Graphic design intern

May - August 2019 • Detroit, MI

What I liked

Being downtown, working for a big corporation

What I wish was different

Didn’t have a lot of work to do

Advice

Still gained great work experience and got to work in the city for a big company even though I didn’t have a lot to do sometimes
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Platform Engineer

May - August 2018 • Detroit, MI

What I liked

I enjoyed learning about IT from a larger company that is trying to get into tech. The culture of the company is really good, which is what was important to me when looking for an internship.

What I wish was different

I wished it was closer to where I lived. The commute was awful.

Advice

Go in with an open mind and expectation that you will learn a lot. You will definitely be overwhelmed at some point, but learning how to deal with real world issues is honestly just as if not more important than school work or projects.
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