It is no wonder so many LinQterns choose to stay on as full-time team members after the conclusion of their internships. At LinQuest, nothing is more valuable than the people who comprise the company. This value is certainly extended towards our LinQterns, as multiple team members serve as mentors to challenge them and promote their professional growth. This is achieved through teamwork on all fronts. LinQterns consistently engage with and support multiple team members within the company. Through this collaboration, many LinQterns are given the opportunity to provide LinQuest with solutions to aid in our industry-leading innovations and customer satisfaction.
LinQuest is known for providing excellence, from concept to capability. The LinQternship program at LinQuest is yet another demonstration of that excellence. As LinQuest continues to grow, it remains dedicated to providing innovative and high-quality technologies, solutions, and services to national security and industry customers focused on the convergence of C4ISR, information, and cyber systems.
LinQterns, we’d like to offer a special thank you for your unparalleled dedication and effort. Happy National LinQtern Day!
Below are profiles of a few of the interns that contributed to the LinQuest mission in 2021.
Georges Jad is a cybersecurity engineering major at George Mason University. He is expected to graduate in May of 2022. In line with his field of study at George Mason, Georges was our Cybersecurity Testing and Analysis Intern.
Georges has thoroughly enjoyed the technical aspect of this internship, particularly hacking and disassembling various tools within the laboratory.
Danny Moylan is currently attending West Virginia University where he is studying Management Information Systems (MIS) and intends to graduate in May of 2024. Danny worked as a Contracts Administrator Intern with Michelle Allamon.
As a Contracts Administrator Intern, Daniel engaged with multiple programs, including the LinQuest Resource Library and Talent LMS to organize and record courses taken by the Contracts Department.
Cory Gamble is currently attending Metro State University–Denver where he is studying computer science. He intends to graduate in the fall of 2021. Cory worked for John Promersberger, Jackie Monahan, and Nirel Gershwind and focused on the Integration and Collaboration Environment (ICE).
Cory worked with React, Django, GraphQL, and ASP .NET Core to structure data and make API calls between a browser and python framework using GraphQL queries and mutations.
Blake Chambal is currently attending Northern Arizona University where he is studying economics and finance. He is expected to graduate in May of 2022. Blake worked for the pricing team under Jocelyn Chaidez as a Finance and Pricing Intern. Blake assisted the pricing team by working with various charge codes, running reports, and working on budgeting estimates.
Jacob Rzeszutek is currently attending the University of Colorado–Colorado Springs and is majoring in information systems with a minor in business analytics. Jacob worked for Ryan O’Neal as an IT Intern focusing on Enterprise Services.
Jacob’s main task has been improving the security within IBM Cognos, which includes documenting and understanding securities, strategizing, testing new approaches, and implementing solutions.
Chase Talbott is currently attending Miami University where he is studying technical writing with minors in political science and Mandarin. He is expected to graduate in May of 2023. Chase worked for Jeff “Chico” Clauss as a Contract Management Intern.
Chase spent most of his time building a SharePoint site for Perduco’s OLS team. The website serves as a way for OLS team members to easily access files and to assist them with processes and procedures.