We recently welcomed our 2018 Summer Intern class into our Herndon, Virginia headquarters. Interns tackle difficult problems alongside our program and Innovation Center teams. Last year’s internships covered everything from cloud operations to the blockchain. This year’s class includes students from Virginia Tech, George Mason University, and University of Maryland, College Park. Meet each of our interns below and see how they inspire us to Do Extraordinary!
Sean Kim is majoring in Computer Engineering and minoring in Cybersecurity at Virginia Tech. This summer he will support our GSA customer as a member of the CAMEO SB TDR team. Growing up, music has been a big part of his family and life. Sean plays several instruments including the clarinet, saxophone, piano and guitar. He also stays active whenever he can whether it’s playing sports or going hiking with friends.
How Sean Does Extraordinary at Karsun Solutions:
“My main objective for this internship is to learn as much as I possibly can. Being with Karsun for a couple of weeks now, I have been exposed to so much even though I know it’s only just the tip of the iceberg. It’s exciting to see how everyone works together to create solutions, and I am so grateful knowing that I can be a part of the process.”
Kiran Saravanakumar is a rising senior at George Mason University. He is majoring in Computer Science and will be graduating in May of 2019. Outside of the workplace, he likes to go biking, listen to music and hang out with friends. Additionally, he plays competitive basketball and cricket. Kiran supports our GSA customer and the CAMEO SB TDR team this summer.
How Kiran Does Extraordinary at Karsun Solutions:
“Throughout the course of this internship my number one objective is to actively learn as much information about the industry as well as the various technical tools that are being utilized by the teams here at Karsun. At the end of this summer, I hope to become a more well rounded individual both as a professional and as a communicator. I plan on achieving my goals by taking initiative and being very hands on by asking for new tasks as soon as the opportunity opens up.”
Henry Chen is a Computer Science and Statistics double major at the University of Maryland, College Park. As an intern, Henry joins the Karsun Innovation Center. In his free time, Henry likes to experiment with new technologies.
How Henry Does Extraordinary at Karsun Solutions:
As a member of the Karsun Innovation Center, Henry hopes to contribute directly to production development work. He plans to work hard to Do Extraordinary during his time at Karsun Solutions.