Young People’s Impact on AMSI

AMSI works with highly-skilled, reliable, ambitious and fun interns from all over the world. Most of the interns are from Europe, but many are also from China, Korea, Japan and many other countries.

The AMSI Intern Program includes a vast variety of duties in each department; from Marketing to Property Management to Accounting. During their 3, 6, 12 and sometimes 18 month internships, AMSI involves the interns in every day tasks and challenging projects to encourage them to reach their goals. AMSI’s goal is to support them in growing professionally and personally, whether it is to get to know more about the American working culture, improving their language skills or in gaining a great life experience in a foreign country. While the interns learn a lot during their internships, AMSI in return gains much as well due to the great knowledge, skills and personalities, which every single intern brings to the company.

AMSI CFO and Broker Robb Fleischer says: “It is a great opportunity to work with young and ambitious people from all over the world who bring their very own culture to the company. For AMSI it is gratifying to watch the intern’s learning process, how they improve their language skills, how the individuals achieve their goals and how they help AMSI grow further. It has always been an advantage for AMSI to build long-term friends. This kind of bonding process causes some sort of family atmosphere, which means that working at AMSI is challenging as well as comfortable at the same time.”

Since the intern program started about 8 years ago, the people who work at AMSI have had the wonderful opportunity to meet terrific interns from all over the world. Oftentimes it is not easy for the AMSI staff to say “goodbye, auf Wiedersehen or au revoir” to many of those wonderful and fascinating interns. This is especially so after seeing them growing and becoming a part of the AMSI family. But as Fleischer says to every intern at his or her farewell ceremony: “You will always be a part of the AMSI family”. It definitely is true and the interns go home still being a part of AMSI due to the great impact the experience has had on their lives and the impact they have had on AMSI during their internship.

Meet the current AMSI Interns

Elody Chaniot
Marketing Intern, from France
Field of studies: Marketing

I wanted to complete an internship in marketing and was looking for a semester abroad. Working at AMSI will help me to reach my goals”. Elody has been in the US for three months and will be joining the AMSI team for another three months.

Akram Talbi
Accounting Intern, from France
Field of studies: Finance

I came to the US to gain more experience in Finance/Accounting”. Akram will finish his studies in a couple of months and afterwards he’s looking for a job in the US. That’s why he thinks experiencing a UScompany during an internship right now will help him finding a job in the near future.

Inga Engelken
Marketing Intern, from Germany
Field of studies: Communications

I’m very interested in the American culture and wanted to learn more about the working atmosphere at a traditional US company”. Right now she is working on her Masters thesis and will be looking for a job in 2012. So she figured working at AMSI and gaining marketing experience will bring her advantages in her job search.

Kim Hyung Jun

Marketing Intern, from South Korea
Field of studies: Business Administration

Jun is a part time intern at AMSI and visits a language school in the morning before he comes to the office. “For me it’s important to improve my language skills, which will help me in my career”.

Tobias Bialas
Property Management Intern, from Germany
Field of studies: Economics

Tobias has been to the US a couple of times, but just for vacations. He had so much fun that he thought it would be great idea to remain for an extended stay. He started his Master’s program in Economics and therefore he needs practical experience to complete the “study abroad module. “I came to AMSI to gain work experience, which will help me in the future”.