I-Cubed, an enterprise systems integrator specializing in PLM consulting, data migration and enterprise web and application services, is transitioning three interns into full-time roles after completing graduation this month. All three graduates have recently received their degrees from North Carolina State University.
Jacob Cloninger, currently an engineering intern, will be transitioning into a role as a full-time Software Engineer.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my internship at I-Cubed and the opportunities to work on meaningful projects,” said Cloninger. “I have learned more about computer science in my internship than I did in my entire undergraduate experience.”
Brian Armstrong, an engineering intern like Jacob, will be entering the role of Software Developer and will work specifically on Adobe CQ5 projects.
“At I-Cubed, I’ve learned that your co-workers are just about as important as the actual project you’re working on,” said Armstrong. “And I can’t wait to be able to enjoy my evenings without having homework looming over my head!”
Joey Batkoski, an Accounting Assistant at I-Cubed, will become a Staff Accountant in the Finance department.
“Since day one, I-Cubed has shown that they are committed to helping me grow not only as an employee but also as a person and a professional,” said Batkoski.
I-Cubed offers valuable opportunities for students to learn and gain hands-on experience. Nearly one-third of the current employees are alumni of the internship program. To learn more, please contact Erica Kose, I-Cubed’s HR Manager.
Since 1984, I-Cubed has solved complex technical problems for enterprise customers. The company is a leading solutions provider in the areas of product lifecycle management (PLM) consulting, web experience management and managed services. Strategic relationships with industry leaders, such as PTC and Adobe, allow I-Cubed to deliver high-quality solutions with a global reach. For more information about I-Cubed, please visit www.i-cubed.com.