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I have been apart of the workforce since I was fifteen years old. I was a pizza cook, a waitress, and a sales associate – typical jobs for a teenager. Although, I enjoyed all of the part-time retail or food industry jobs I held, there is something about interning that makes things more educationally rewarding […] Read More...

October 19, 2018

Discovering Growth Opportunities for Sundog

By McKenzie Klatt

My first month as a Marketing Research and Intelligence Intern at Sundog has been all about learning! To me, nothing is more satisfying than expanding my knowledge. DiscoverOrg has been a priority of mine. Learning the tool’s ins and outs has been paying off! What is DiscoverOrg? It’s a tool with a wide variety of […] Read More...

I am sure many of you have heard this phrase time and time again. I know I have. What does it really mean professionally though? You don’t need to know a thing about a job you are applying for? That your chances are better when you’re lifelong friends with the person doing the hiring? Yes, […] Read More...

October 18, 2017

Get Involved

By Tony Roetzel

Get Involved College is new, exciting, difficult, and full of lessons. One of the things five years of college has taught me is the importance of balancing work and pleasure. Roughly six weeks into the semester we are hitting that halfway point, midterms. A time where everything seems to start piling up at once. A […] Read More...

September 18, 2017

Part 3: Lap after lap

By Tony Roetzel

Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those things that […] Read More...

June 26, 2017

Part 1: Smashing Cans

By Tony Roetzel

    Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those […] Read More...

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