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City of Auburn recognizes the ‘Leaders of Tomorrow’ on National Intern Day

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The City of Auburn sent out a “Happy National Intern Day” wish to Faith Wilson, Mark Johnson, Grace Grorgitsis, Sean Jellison, William Olson, Mandy, Kaden Loop, Natalie D’Allen, Jacqueline Wetteland, Yasaria Reynoso, and Elizabeth Lichti.

“Your dedication and hard work as interns are commendable, and you are all poised to become the leaders of tomorrow,” the city said.

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National Intern Day – celebrated annually on the last Thursday of July – recognizes the valuable contributions made by interns across various industries. Internships provide invaluable opportunities for young professionals to gain practical experience, develop skills, and explore potential career paths.

“Faith Wilson, Mark Johnson, Grace Grorgitsis, Sean Jellison, William Olson, Mandy, Kaden Loop, Natalie D’Allen, Jacqueline Wetteland, Yasaria Reynoso, and Elizabeth Lichti, your commitment to your respective roles is a testament to your drive and ambition.

“As interns, you have undoubtedly made significant contributions to your organizations, demonstrating your potential to excel in your chosen fields.”

Internships serve as a stepping stone for many individuals, allowing them to apply their academic knowledge in real-world settings. The experiences gained during internships often shape career trajectories and provide a solid foundation for future success.

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