Summer Jobs

Ebuma Namarra, Contributor

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The school year is coming to a close and kids are excited to finally be free from homework and being stress free for a couple of months. For some kids summer is the time to get a job or an internship so they can earn some money or experience. Getting a job you like at this age is pretty challenging so choose wisely.

ENN interviewed student Andrew Keller and about his success on landing an internship this summer. Andrew is working as an intern at the State Office building over in St.Paul where he is going through emails and doing paper work. Even though he’s not getting paid, the experience will give him a much better chance to get into some great business schools later on as he plans on becoming an actuary. An actuary is a person who compiles and analyzes statistics and uses them to calculate insurance risks and premiums. Andrew said, “I’m kind of looking forward to working and having to deal with the challenges.”   

You can ask Andrew what his experiences are at his internship and how to get an internship yourself. After this summer Andrew is going to University of Madison to pursue his goal of becoming an actuary.