I think it is safe to say whoever coined the phrase “If it sounds too good to be true…” never worked at InfoTrust.
The summer before college I worked as a mascot for a minor league baseball team. It was a blast, and I believed that nothing I ever did after that would be as exciting or rewarding as pulling pranks on umpires or shooting out free t-shirts. Once in college I began my search for an internship alongside my peers. Some of the things I learned in this process was that there are a thousand ways to say “official errand runner” and that if something sounded too good to be true, it probably was.
Fast forward to January 2016, as I am acclimating to my first few weeks as an InfoTrust Intern, I haven’t heard a peep from the little warning voice in my head; he is too busy playing with the mini-basketball hoops. In just the first few weeks I have already been trusted with actual responsibilities, not frivolous tasks. I am working with the product team helping to create a stronger brand, and on the marketing side, putting together a series of interviews of top minds and thought leaders in web analytics. Everyone here at InfoTrust has focused on helping me achieve a high quality and challenging internship. I’m really glad to be a contributing part of a great company and there is nothing “too good to be true” about it.
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