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My Fisher Internship
Whirlwind to Whirlpool

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This is a lighthouse along the beach in Michigan- hopefully I will be able to spend some time here this summer.

Hi there! My name is Ruth Kee and I am a third year accounting and finance major. I am originally from Chicago, Illinois and am very excited to be moving to Benton Harbor, Michigan to work for Whirlpool. One thing that I really miss about Chicago is living near the lake, so I will be happy to get back to the lake this summer.

I will be working on the Business Performance Management team for the duration of the summer. We will be working to create an internal website for finance professionals to track and manage their careers. It will help employees working within finance map their future and will have interactive learning modules where employees can learn the skills necessary to get them to where they want to go within the company.

I am very excited about this opportunity because I will be able to get a better idea of the options available for finance professionals before I start my career and see what I need to work on in order to reach my goals.

3 Responses to Whirlwind to Whirlpool

  1. Margie Bogenschutz says:

    Ruth – sounds like a great project!! Glad that you appreciate being near a lake and can see the upside of being in a remote area of Michigan!

  2. Wesley Lin says:

    Best of luck at Whirlpool!

    I’m in your hometown right now, reluctant to leave. The only thing pulling me back to Columbus is the fact that my internship is starting on Monday!

  3. Marc Azada says:

    That is a great idea. I’m happy that your moving to Benton Harbor, Michigan. Best of luck with your ideals and goals.

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