Internship Spotlight: Bryan Duong

Internship Spotlight: Bryan Duong

Name: Bryan Duong

Major/Minor: Political Science 

Class: Beta Epsilon

Company/Position: Supreme Court of California/Legislative Intern

What advice would you give to anyone searching for an internship?
My advice would be to find any way possible to contact a company. Just because they don't have an official application, it never hurts to reach out to see if there's someone in the company who needs help or if there's someone you know in the company.

What has been the most rewarding part about your internship?
The most rewarding part about this internship is being able to tell those who need help that you can serve them. These services includes offering funding, outside programs, or even taking note on it to improve future …

Brother Spotlight: Lucy Szeto and Angela Gehn

Brother Spotlight: Lucy Szeto and Angela Gehn

Name: Lucy Szeto and Angela Gehn

Major/Minor: Managerial Economics (Lucy and Angela)/Accounting Minor (Lucy)

Class: Beta Gamma (Lucy) and Beta Epsilon (Angela)

Company/Position: PwC/Elevate Program

What has been the most rewarding part about your internship?
Angela: The most rewarding part of the program was networking with various PwC professionals from different backgrounds. I had the opportunity to talk to professionals from different lines of services and learn about their experiences to see if PwC was the firm for me. Everybody I talked to gave me great insight into the work they do at PwC and expressed how they genuinely love the culture and people at the firm. Outside of networking with just PwC professionals, I was able to meet people from …

Internship Spotlight: Hyde Samuel Wong Jr.

Internship Spotlight: Hyde Samuel Wong Jr.

Name: Hyde Samuel Wong Jr.

Major/Minor: Economics 

Class: Beta Delta

Company/Position: Formation Capital Group/Investment Banking Summer Analyst

What advice would you give to anyone searching for an internship?
Do not be afraid to apply for positions and companies that may seem out of reach. If it is something you genuinely are passionate about and are interested in doing, send out an application; it does not take a lot of time to write a cover letter, tidy up your resume, and hit submit. If you get rejected, at least you tried. If you hear back, you will be glad you took the time to apply.

What has been the most rewarding part about your internship?
I can directly see how my work affects the client. I have created multiple investor …

Internship Spotlight: Victor Lai

Internship Spotlight: Victor Lai

Name: Victor Lai

Major/Minor: Managerial Economics 

Class: Beta Gamma

Company/Position: Aon/Risk Solutions Account Specialist Intern

What advice would you give to anyone searching for an internship?
Create a plan. Preparation is essential. For summer internships, start thinking about specific companies or fields of interest well in advance. Once applications start opening up, make time to apply. Excuses not to apply only hinders your success. Lastly, utilize your resources. Our alumni roster is here to help so use it. Getting a referral and learning about the company and culture will go a long way. From my experience with our alumni network, the conversations I've had shaped me to who and where I am today. 

If applicable, in what ways has DSP helped you get this internship?
DSP provided me with the resources to make this all possible. Networking was the vital aspect. I didn't expect things to just fall on my lap. What I put in is what I got, …