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Daktronics to visit NSU campus to discuss internships

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University business students
are encouraged to take advantage of internship opportunities at Daktronics.
 

These opportunities will be discussed at a Daktronics internship information session set for 3-4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31, in the Isaac Lincoln Gallery.
 
Brookings-based Daktronics currently employs three interns from NSU: Marty Gregor, Corey Kapp and Kirsten Palmer. Northern graduate Angie Thayer, a former Daktronics intern, now works for the company full time.
 

Gregor, a native of Chaska, Minn., started at Daktronics in May as a qualified sales

intern in transportation. Kapp, a native of Medina, N.D., was hired in May as a multimedia/web intern. Palmer, a native of Huron, was hired in May as a service sales intern in Daktronics’ live events business unit.
 
Thayer, a native of Wentworth, was hired in December 2010 and currently works as a human resources assistant.
 

At Wednesday’s internship information session, Daktronics speakers will answer
questions and present information on how to apply, when to apply and which positions are open. The business is currently recruiting for internships in a variety of areas, including marketing/sales, international, web development and accounting
 
 Daktronics is recognized worldwide in its industry as the leading designer and manufacturer of electronic scoreboards, programmable display systems, and large screen video displays using light emitting diode (LED) technology.
 
 
For more information, visit the NSU School of Business Career Center website,  http://sbcc.northern.edu/.

 

 

Photos: Thayer (top left); Right photos from top: Palmer, Gergor, Kapp​​​