Quest

Internship Program

 

At Quest we believe internships and apprenticeships are key to developing a successful workforce. We view it as part of our mission to help our area develop a homegrown technically adept workforce.

To that end we employ a few interns each year to help them learn business skills in a real world environment. Two of our Elite Applications Engineers started out as Quest Interns and have been with us for over 5 years each!

Here's some information about our interns and the projects they worked on:

 

David


David has been regularly interning with Quest for 9 years. This year he graduated from the University of Puget Sound with his Bachelor of Arts in International Studies. Never one to fall behind, David already has accepted a job offer with the federal government in Washington, D.C. which he will begin at the end of the summer. David has been a huge help to Quest over several years, performing administrative tasks, helping do company research, and most recently assisting with the Ideas to Matter business unit launch. The Quest team is sad to see him go but thrilled he is succeeding in life! Best of luck, David!

 

Brandon


Brandon is a SOLIDWORKS Support Intern at Quest Integration. He is from Boulder Creek, California, a small town located in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Currently, Brandon is studying Mechanical Engineering at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, and expects to graduate in the spring of 2017. When he isn't working on homework or assisting clients, Brandon enjoys various outdoor activities, including hiking, skiing, and camping. Brandon also enjoys listening to and creating numerous types of music.

 

Alex


Alex began interning for six summers. Originally from Hayden, ID, currently he attends the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma and is pursuing his Bachelor of Science in Biology. He expects to graduate in 2018. At Quest he helps with administrative and accounting tasks. When he isn't working or studying, Alex enjoys hiking, working out and hanging with his family, and of course, his dog.

 

Jacob


Jacob spent two summers as the videographer intern at Quest. He generated videos for Quest that showcased our employees' thoughts about Quest and the Northwest. He also created a video that highlighted the founder's vision. Jacob earned the Kevin Spacey Foundation Scholarship which he is using to pursue his Bachelor's degree at Regent's University in London. He is now working as a Preschool Development Intern for Nickelodeon Animation Studio.

 

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