Meet the New Huebsch Interns

Huebsch is excited to introduce you to our summer interns! These students have all finished their junior years at their respective universities and are spending their summer learning and growing with Huebsch. The interns have already spent a couple of weeks immersing themselves in the laundry service industry and Huebsch culture. We can’t wait to see all they will discover and accomplish in the next few months.

Davis Brinkmann

Davis’s internship is focused on online sales and marketing. Davis attends University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and is a marketing major. He has been involved in the American Marketing Association and DECA.

“I chose to intern with Huebsch because of the culture that is in place,” Said Davis. “You can tell the company is family owned, as it truly feels like a family every day when I come to work!”

When Davis isn’t focused on school and work, Davis is an avid golfer and will spend many evenings and weekend mornings throughout the summer months on the golf course. Davis’s hometown is Wausau, WI.

Eliot Waters

Eliot’s internship is focused on program and data conversion. Eliot attends University of Wisconsin – Stout and is a computer science major.

“While I’m here, I hope to gain some more in-depth experience handling large scale data,” said Eliot.

When Eliot isn’t focused on school and work, he enjoys working on personal code projects and playing tabletop games with friends. Eliot’s hometown is St. Paul, MN.

Kalley Hartmann

Kalley’s internship is focused on business development, product research, and market research. Kalley attends University of Wisconsin – Stout and is a business administration major.

“I love the work environment here and how we do things,” said Kalley. “I’m excited to finally be able to utilize what I learned in my marketing classes in a work setting.”

When Kalley isn’t focused on school and work, she loves doing anything outdoors. She’s also passionate about reading and drawing. Kalley’s hometown is North Branch, MN.

Olivia (Livvy) Simons

Livvy’s internship is focused on Route Service Representative training programs. She attends the College of St. Benedict and is a communication major with a global business leadership minor.

“I decided to intern with Huebsch because it is a company that equally values everyone’s roles and contributions,” said Livvy. “I hope to grow professionally by collaborating with Huebsch employees in all departments.”

When Livvy isn’t focused on school and work, she is dedicated to eating well and exercising. Livvy’s hometown is Inver Grove Heights, MN.

Huebsch is committed to the professional development of its interns. Our extensive training program educates our interns on both the laundry industry and their specific roles.

“We believe in partnering with area universities to provide internship opportunities because we have seen how beneficial it can be for both the success of our business and the success of the student,” said Jim Vaudreuil, Fourth Generation Owner and CEO.

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