Meet W2O Group’s 2016 Summer Interns!

Posted by: in Culture, employee archetype, Employee Interviews on July 6, 2016

This year, we traveled across the country looking for top talent to join W2O Group’s Summer Internship Program. We visited many campuses, including UC Berkeley, Northwestern, University of Texas, Columbia, and Syracuse, among a few others. Now, as those same campuses sit abandoned and textbooks are collecting dust, our summer interns are settling into their new cities and taking the real world by storm!

nyc interns

This year, we have 23 Summer Interns spread across our offices in New York, Austin, Boston, San Francisco, Minneapolis, and London! Throughout the summer, they’ll be exposed to many different tasks and learning opportunities, including client projects with their teams, attending client and industry events, and a group intern project. We also have an exciting lineup for our “Intern Speaker Series”, where the interns will learn valuable workplace skills from internal leaders across the company.

austin interns

It’s only been a few weeks, but we decided to pick their brains to find out how their internships are going so far. Turns out, they’re already busy creating lifetime memories and making significant impacts on their teams.

Meet our 2016 Summer Interns!

We can’t wait to see what the summer holds and looking forward to contributing to the interns’ personal and professional growth, throughout the summer and beyond!

To find out more about our Summer Internship Program, follow @W2OGroupCareers on Twitter and the CommonSense Blog, where interns will continue to share their summer experience. Interested in applying for a future program? Check out for more info.  


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