Leidos QTC’s Paid Summer Internship Program Mentors Emerging Professionals

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Since 2016, we have offered paid summer internships for upcoming graduates and mentored emerging professionals into the world of corporate business. The benefits our interns receive include a competitive hourly wage, their own workspace, and work full-time.

At Leidos QTC Health Services, coffee runs are tasks of the past. We believe in collaborating with the fresh perspective that interns bring into our teams, and they work on innovative projects in the healthcare field. We are completely digital and paper-free, so there’s no paper pushing here. We teach responsibility early on and encourage our interns to build their skills from the classroom to the office.

Many former summer interns embody our values to the fullest and now work at Leidos QTC Health Services full-time. Katherine Ramirez, QTC’s Social Media Coordinator, did exactly that as the Communications Department first ever intern.

“I applied everything I learned in my undergraduate classes into practice,” Katherine said. “The mentorship my manager provided and Leidos QTC Health Services’ hands-on approach gave me the experience I needed for a full-time position and guided my career development.”

Leidos QTC Health Services believes that paid internship opportunities can open doors for college students. The National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Class of 2019 Student Survey supports this belief— they found that 66.4% of 2019 graduates with a paid internship received a job offer.

We invest in interns because we want them to get to know about us and how we work. Our dedicated outreach program develops working relationships with local schools. So when the summer comes, and positions become available, interns are welcomed to apply.

Read on and get to know this year’s interns!

Jessica Haro, Training & Development Intern

Jessica Haro arrives at the Corporate Training department with a drive to evolve both professionally and personally. As a rising senior at UC Riverside, Jessica studies psychology and is a member of the National Honor Society for Psychology. She specializes in onboarding and wants to learn more about the ins-and-outs of Corporate Training.

“My summer goal is to become an effective communicator and presenter,” said Jessica.

Outside of work and school, she loves to cook and watch scary movies.

Nicolas Maury, Human Resources Intern

Nicolas Maury has hit the ground running at the Human Resources department. He comes to us from down the street at the University of La Verne, where he studies Business Administration. Nicolas’ experience in administrative work prepares him to analyze our Human Resources research this summer.

“I’m eagerly learning about the versatility and processes in Human Resources and connecting with Leidos QTC Health Services employees, managers, and fellow interns,” said Nicolas.

Alongside his administrative work, Nicolas is also a professional bass player with 19 years of experience. He has performed, jammed and auditioned for famous musicians such as John Fogerty, singer and guitarist of Credence Clearwater Revival, and Bear McCreary, a composer for AMC’s The Walking Dead.

Michael Prado, Human Resources Intern

Michael Prado is ready to work and learn at the Human Resources department. As a Cal Poly Pomona Bronco, Michael studies Business Administration. He enhances his professional skills through participating in his university’s Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA). Michael’s past internship experience and dedicated education to Human Resources primes him to take on his new role.

“I’m excited to attain real world experience while working for an established corporation,” Michael said. “And I can’t wait to learn more about risk, safety and ergonomics.”

Michael will spend his summer learning about Human Resources both inside and outside of Leidos QTC Health Services.

Angelica Guzman, Communications Intern

Angelica Guzman joins the Communications Department to hone her image perception expertise. She is completing a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from Cal Poly Pomona. Equipped with an extensive background in customer service, Angelica is ready to apply her recently learned coursework in the corporate environment.

“This summer, I will sharpen my professional skills and use my customer service experience for the Communications Department,” she said.

Angelica looks forward to excelling with her assigned projects and reading classic literature this summer.

Savannah Muñoz, Communications Intern

Savannah Muñoz is one of the Communications Department’s newest interns. After transferring to UC San Diego last year, she currently studies Literature/Writing and is the Journalism Chair for the Undergraduate Communication Society. Savannah’s written for several online and print publications, and she is excited to further develop her skills through writing for the weekly newsletter and Leidos QTC Health Services website.

“I want to use my creativity to capture Leidos QTC Health Services’ voice and style,” Savannah said.

Let’s welcome our 2019 summer interns to Leidos QTC Health Services!  

Interested in a Leidos QTC Health Services career? We are always looking for new hires. Search our open job positions in healthcare and apply today.

Author: Savannah Muñoz

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