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IT Intern Week 8: Reflection

I Am Part of Something Greater

This past week, V-Soft held its second quarterly meeting that would be my first and only one during my 10 week internship experience. As Casey, Meagan, and I prepared the seating arrangements prior to the meeting, my heart raced with excitement in the minutes prior to the big moment.

Finally, after we connected the monitor to our India office, I could see the full scale of V-Soft’s operations that really presented a full, big picture of the depth and breadth of the company. From marketing, sales, recruiting, immigration, to HR, the head of each department updated V-Soft’s CEO, Purna Veer, with the numbers on V-Soft’s performance.

As an economics major at Yale, I am a very numbers driven person. Thus, when Michael, the head of marketing department, discussed how the V-Soft website traffic has increased 57 percent due to increased social media presence, the new blog template, and other initiatives of his, I really saw the fruit of Casey and Michael’s work.

As the meeting went on and each department head presented the team’s quarterly results and potential goals for the next quarter, I really felt I was part of something bigger. As the India office reported their updates, I recognized both the national and international scale of V-Soft’s reach. The social media presence, blog posts, and other projects I have worked on to expand V-Soft’s brand outreach all came together in this quarterly meeting and I am happy to be along for the journey!

Supervisors, Coworkers, Mentors, Friends

After several weeks in the office, reflecting upon my internship experience of the last few weeks taught me that everyone here at V-Soft is approachable. After hearing the CFO Mark Hudson present his quarterly findings, I was intrigued how V-Soft had consistently maintained an outstanding financial performance/growth throughout the years.

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As a result, a couple days after the company-wide quarterly meeting I approached Mark with these questions in mind. Instead of merely discussing the steps V-Soft had taken to ensure continued growth, it was a personal conversation about the school I attend, my major, and my future career goals of consulting in the city that never sleeps.

As I discussed these topics, I realized my answers to the questions “so what do you want to do?” and more importantly the “why?” question had evolved into a multi-layered, more in-depth answer since the first week I had arrived at Louisville, Kentucky.

With my experience coming to an end, my role as an intern not only as a professional but also as an individual working with adults in the field has humbled me and excited me for the future. Throughout these previous eight weeks in the Bulldogs in the Bluegrass program, I have received great advice from my supervisor, boss, coworkers, mentors, and peers that I will carry for the rest of my college and professional life.

From setting your own deadlines and following them to choosing a job that best fits your interests, many of these words of advice may seem straightforward but only through my trial, error, and successes in the office have I really learned the value of all the advice and professional experience I have gained.

Here's My Previous 7 Weeks

  1. The IT Intern Survival: Week 1
  2. IT Company Intern Advice: Week 2
  3. IT Intern Week 3: Food, Sleep, & Local Sites
  4. Life as an IT Company Intern: Week 4
  5. V-Soft Intern Week 5: Mentorship
  6. Intern Week 6: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
  7. IT Intern Week 7: Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

About Misael Cabrera

Misael Cabrera is a 3rd year student at Yale University studying economics. He spends spare time working for the Yale Daily Newspaper, playing club soccer, and working at the MBA grad school. Misael hails from the beaches of Los Angeles, California where upon graduation hopes to further his education and join the ranks of economics movers and shakers in New York. He recently joined the V-Soft family for the summer as an intern and we're thankful to be a part of his journey.

Topics: IT Intern, Technology

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