//RESIGHT Welcomes Summer Intern Eileen Egolf

RESIGHT Welcomes Summer Intern Eileen Egolf

RESIGHT is happy to welcome Eileen Egolf as a summer intern. Eileen hails from Creede, Colorado and just finished her freshman year at Harvard College where she is studying environmental science and engineering. She will be working primarily with Kemper Will, RESIGHT’s Director of Environmental Strategies, but will have the chance to work in many different capacities for RESIGHT.

Kemper Will said, “RESIGHT welcomes Eileen Egolf for a Summer internship. Eileen grew up on a mountain ranch and is an accomplished rodeo contestant and artist. In considering potential internships for the summer, Eileen chose the practical, wide-ranging brownfields experience at RESIGHT over more academic offerings.”

Eileen said, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to gain real working experience from a company with such an inspiring mission and such a tight-knit community culture as RESIGHT. I am so thrilled to be a part of the RESIGHT team for the summer.”

RESIGHT hopes to provide Eileen with a breadth of working experience and a range of opportunities to learn!

By | 2018-08-09T17:14:05+00:00 June 28th, 2018|Categories: News|0 Comments

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