Amazing summer, short and simple.
PNC is a company that invests a lot in its talent because after all, that is the backbone to most, if not all companies.
The final weeks of my internship went by like a blink of an eye. All of the interns had a final presentation we had to put together for dozens of employees in the audit department. All the interns did an excellent job with the project. I will say, what I learned in 2292, HELPED me out a TON! I took Ty Shepfer’s class my sophomore year and I utilized all the tactics I learned in that class for group projects and presenting.
Interning at PNC as a whole was an experience that I loved from start to finish. PNC does a great job at nurturing each intern and being so positive to any questions anyone may have.
Being a finance major, I always had a interest in banking and I was able to really experience all the aspects of banking this summer while being in audit because audit allows you to see the ins and out of the whole bank.
On the last day of the internship, my hard work finally paid off:
I received a Full-Time offer from PNC
I accepted the offer about a week later.
Now, I will be starting my career off with a top bank in the country and I couldn’t be more excited.
I plan to participate in recruiting events for PNC at Ohio State. I know how much I enjoyed the recruiting process with PNC and I want to let other students have that same opportunity.
Blogging for MyFisherIntership Series is a great experience not only because it makes you reflect on what you have done at your internship but it gives others the opportunity to see what you do at your respective company day in and day out. Student feedback from an internship is more valuable than trying to navigate a company’s website in my opinion.
A huge thank you to the Fisher College of Business for letting me share my experiences this summer!