29 Jun 2015 // from
(Editor’s Note: Kyle Smith is an intern in our Marketing Department. Today, he shares perspective on participating in a summer college internship program. Stay tuned for more in this series.)

For the 40 million Americans that move annually, about 13 percent move their residences in the summer months. That equates to more than 5,000,000 people moving every summer! To support this productive time of year, JK Moving Services employs college interns every summer. We’d like to introduce you to some of our talented interns.

Please meet Joseph “Joey” Springer, our Government Services Intern. Joey is from Olney, Maryland, and attends the University of Iowa as an International Studies and Russian major, while pursuing a Geography minor. Joey is also a car enthusiast and enjoys bike riding in his free time.

As our Government Services Intern, Joey has been helping relocate military members and their families across the country. Whether contacting bases about the successful transfer of a military member, or checking the status of their items during the move, Joey is dedicated to making relocation for our military as stress free as possible.

Since starting at JK, Joey has raved about how welcoming the staff has been. “Everybody has given me the utmost respect and has been treating me as a full-time employee instead of just an intern,” said Springer.

What Joey enjoys most about his position is the independence and responsibility in the work place. Customer interaction is also one of the highlights to Joey’s position, because he feels he is making an impact on our clients’ lives.

Joey aspires to work in logistics upon graduation and is enjoying the real-world experience he is acquiring with JK Moving Services. We’re excited to have Joey Springer as a member of the Government Services team!

JK Moving Services 2015 summer interns

2015 Summer Interns, L-R: Tommaso Prezioso, Diego Orbegoso, Taylor Bagwell, Kyle Smith, Misheel Davaatseren, Delia Alata, Tanner Tamaro, Joseph Springer, Patrick Wang. (missing: Paul Melnick)

 

 

1 comment

  • Comment by
    Paige
    30 Jun 2015

    Internships are important, so I’m glad Joey is enjoying his experience! Thanks for sharing about him.


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