Aeroseal More Than Doubles Size of Intern ProgramBethany Sersion
Eighteen Interns Applying Studies to Career Experience
Students and graduates seeking experiences that bridge their studies to their prospective career path are helping Aeroseal this summer. Aeroseal’s class of 2021 interns will be on site through September and are deployed across engineering, research and development, marketing, sales, dealer development, and HR.
Samantha Auditore, Dealer Development Intern: Samantha attends Washington University in St. Louis and majors in Marketing and Psychology. She sees that everyone at Aeroseal is forward-thinking and driven.
Alexandria Bohn, Recruiting Intern: Alexandria attended Miami University and graduated in May 2021 with a major in psychology and a minor in Human Capital Management. She will be starting a PHD program this coming fall for Industrial and Organizational psychology. She has seen firsthand how helpful and kind the people at Aeroseal are. She also is excited about Aeroseal’s rapid growth in the industry.
Hunter Cantrell, Sustaining Engineering Intern: Hunter attends Wright State University and is studying Industrial and Systems Engineering. He has taken notice to the spirit of encouragement at Aeroseal.
Samuel Collins, Data Analytics Intern: Samuel is a senior at the University of Dayton, majoring in Economics and International Studies. He sees Aeroseal as a community with thoughtful innovation and supportive collaboration across all departments. The Aeroseal technology provides Sam with a sense of hope for the future. Sam is excited to partake in Aeroseal’s contribution to society.
Lemuel Duncan, Research & Development Mechanical Engineering Intern: Lemuel is a Mechanical Engineering major at Sinclair Community College. He discovered Aeroseal through a college career fair. The work he does closely resembles what he will be doing out in the field as a mechanical engineer. He likes that he will be able to apply this.
Natalie Hopkins, Graphic Design Intern: Natalie is a senior at Miami University, majoring in Graphic Design. Natalie commends the company culture at Aeroseal. She sees that Aeroseal cares for the employees, specifically in regards to personal growth. Natalie has also noticed that Amit (Aeroseal’s CEO) takes time to build rapport with the employees and interns.
Parth Jani, Research & Development Mechanical Engineering Intern: Parth has her Master’s in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in thermal and fluid science at the University of Cincinnati. She graduated in April 2021 and will be working on the development of a new technology for Aeroseal. She loves the cordial work atmosphere at Aeroseal.
Ved Katwala, Manufacturing Quality Intern: Ved is a senior at The Ohio State University, majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Robotics. As a Manufacturing Quality Intern, he supplements the creation and development of a Quality Management System (QMS). He also creates 3D models and drawings. Ved feels welcome at Aeroseal with the environment that is instilled here.
Jordan Keefer, Commercial Sales Intern: Jordan is an International Business major at Liberty University in Virginia. Something that stands out to Jordan about Aeroseal is the culture of the workplace and that it seems to cultivate motivated and efficient employees.
Jake Moraca, Equipment Sales Intern: Jake attends UD and will be going into his junior year. He joined the sales team and, from the start, could tell that the company culture at Aeroseal is progressive and resembles a close community.
Daniel Obando, Industrial Process Engineering Intern: Daniel is a student at Texas Tech University studying Industrial Engineering. Daniel likes how “in touch” the people at Aeroseal are and that people are always willing to talk. He sees that people regularly maintain communication and that solid connections are made through this.
Alex Onkst, Industrial Process Engineering Intern: Alex graduated from Miami University with a major in Electrical Engineering. He joined the Ops Engineering department at Aeroseal. Alex enjoys the teamwork-based environment and the ongoing interaction across all departments.
Maya Powell, Administrative Intern: Maya attends Miami University as a Business Management major. Maya has noticed the freedom in the office with how there is time for yoga or ping pong. She loves the fun and positive atmosphere.
Jake Schauer, Research & Development Mechanical Engineering Intern: Jake is a Mechanical Engineering major at the University of Utah. The employee-friendly culture at Aeroseal stands out to Jake.
Bethany Sersion, PR Intern: Bethany attended Miami University with a major in Strategic Communication and Psychology. She graduated in May 2021 and is joining the marketing and communications team at Aeroseal. She can tell that Aeroseal has a solid foundation with which interns and employees can grow alongside. With this, the values that are advocated at Aeroseal align with her values personally. Because of this, Bethany believes Aeroseal is a place with likeminded people.
Yashovardhan Shukla, Engineering Intern: Yash is a student at the University of Texas. He majors in Mechanical Engineering and is a rising senior. He works with AeroBarrier. Yash likes that there are opportunities to make direct impacts through Aeroseal. He feels that he has autonomy as an intern and has been trusted with responsibilities from the very beginning of the internship.
Zander Slone, Estimating & Applications Engineering Intern: Zander is a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Cincinnati. This summer, he will be working on the commercial side of Aeroseal. His duties are to collect information from the sales team in order to calculate estimates and come up with an energy saving model in light of this. He likes that there is the opportunity to get to know people from different departments. Something that stands out to Zander about Aeroseal is how everyone is willing to step up and help.
Class of 2021 Interns Double in Size
Aeroseal’s class of 2021 is the company’s biggest class of interns to date. Specifically, it has doubled the number of interns in the class of 2020. This is in part due to the company growth that Aeroseal is experiencing as they tackle climate action with their technology.
And it already appears that this mutually beneficial program’s goal — to provide each intern with insights they will take with them as they pursue their career ambitions – will be reached.