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Colordyne Technologies Offers Internships; Shedding Light on Small Business Advantages

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Colordyne Technologies has internships available enabling college students to not only use the skills they have learned but to understand the value of working in a small business. Marissa Carini, a junior at Miami University majoring in Information Systems, with a minor in Business Analytics, started her internship in May, 2015. "I spent my first summer working primarily in the orders department. In this position, I entered purchase orders from our customers into our system, pulled inventory, packaged and shipped these items to the customer", explained Carini.

Colordyne Technologies has internships available enabling college students to not only use the skills they have learned but to understand the value of working in a small business. Marissa Carini, a junior at Miami University majoring in Information Systems, with a minor in Business Analytics, started her internship in May, 2015. "I spent my first summer working primarily in the orders department. In this position, I entered purchase orders from our customers into our system, pulled inventory, packaged and shipped these items to the customer", explained Carini. "Over my winter break, I returned to Colordyne and worked more closely with the sales and marketing departments. I spent the majority of my time analyzing financial statements, past customer order and usage history to predict future sales." Her strong work ethic, ability to adapt, apply her knowledge, and excellent performance during her internship impressed the management and she was asked to return over her holiday break focusing on financial and sales analytics.

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