- All right, so three, two, one.
- We have about a dozen interns right now,
if I recall correctly, all but two of them
are from Endicott.
- So, when interviewing the Endicott interns
to be part of our program, I'm just crazy impressed
with their work ethic, their drive,
really, what they're most excited about
is really, just diving in
and getting that real life perspective.
- So, I'm checking the final banquet event order.
- They come so well prepared, you know,
with the skills that they already have,
with the knowledge that they already have,
and they're so ready to use those skills,
which is super exciting to have that kind of talent
join our team at such a young age.
- We've been really pleased with our partnership
with Endicott, that we've been able to have interns
who can come here and do the work
and really be contributors.
- Okay, boys and girls, you remember Ms. Jess?
- [Students] Yes.
- Well, I'm studying psychology
and I'm in between becoming a counselor
and maybe going for my master's degree
and becoming an early education teacher,
so this is a really cool opportunity
because I got to do both.
- Hi mom!
- It's really helping me choose which path
that I want to go down more.
- I started to feel more confident
with my abilities and starting to feel
a little bit more prepared to take the boards.
- We love Endicott interns.
They bring smarts, but they also bring pragmatism.
They're able to roll up their sleeves
and get the work done.
That's why, if you look around our office today,
some of the folks that started out as Endicott interns
are still here today, as employees.
- It only means that moving forward,
you know, when they're ready to graduate from college,
when they're looking for a place to work,
they'll be ready to be hired by my team,
and we'll be ready to take them on.