Farewell to this year's summer interns! - Farewell to this year’s summer interns!

Farewell summer interns

Farewell to this year’s summer interns!

As the summer concludes, we say goodbye to our summer Interns. It’s been an exciting summer and our Interns have had the opportunity to experience first hand the thrill of recruiting. Each of you will be missed dearly as you have surpassed all expectations and made vast contributions in the growth and success of our company.

Although we part with Kevin Bond, Destin Cassier, Ross Vandemore, Christian Ortiz and Hayden Herring, we’re excited to announce that Merit Bajonero will be extending her internship into the school year and continuing to work with AccruePartners this fall. We wish all of you the best and hope you will stay in touch!

 

“My internship this summer has guided my choice in my minor in college, helped positively shape my work ethic, and ultimately given me a sense of direction in college and my career path.” – Christian Ortiz #UNCChapelHill

“I am walking away with more knowledge about the business world and what it takes to be successful more than I ever would have imagined learning in a matter of three short months.” – Destin Cassier #UNCChapelHill

“My Division Directors trusted me with multiple searches and tasks that made this internship exceedingly valuable and truly made me feel like I was part of the team. – Kevin Bond #UNCCharlotte

“With a strong interest in Business Management, I really thrived on Accrue’s motto of ‘owning your own desk.’ – Hayden Herring #UNCCharlotte

“This internship allowed me to see both sides of a business; the side that generates profit and the ‘behind-the-scenes’ side that’s crucial to the business’ smooth operations.” – Merit Bajonero #QueensUniversityofCharlotte

“There was so much to learn about different lines of business, what employers look for on resumes and in interviews, and how to work in a professional office setting, all of which I will be able to use to my advantage in the future.” – Ross Vandemore #UniversityofNebraska-Lincoln