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Introducing our Summer Interns – Altitude Accelerator

originally published: 2024-06-27 17:10:04

Altitude Accelerator is pleased to introduce our incoming Summer Interns! This summer, four enthusiastic students have joined our team, each bringing a unique set of skills and backgrounds. Together, they form a dynamic team ready to make a significant impact this summer! Here is what they have to say about their upcoming internship experience:

Hi! My name is Massimo Bozzo and I am a fourth year professional writing and communications student at UTM who enjoys writing of all kinds. Recently, I’ve had some of my works published through campus publications and am currently working at Altitude Accelerator as a writing intern. I look forward to learning more about blog and article writing through my work and wish to gain experience in the marketing and communications fields through my experience at Altitude Accelerator. 

Hey! I’m Baldeep Pannu and I am a second year Computer Science and Finance student at the University of Waterloo. I enjoy developing applications in a variety of different frameworks, but recently I have been finding myself wrapped up in AI and ML development, especially after having experienced an amazing Collision Conference. At Altitude Accelerator, I am part of the web content team, where I work in managing the organization’s website and online footprint. I am excited to learn more about the logistics that are critical in upholding an organization’s online presence and the work that is required to keep a website running properly, and I hope to be able to apply what I learn at Altitude Accelerator in my future academic and professional ventures.

Hi! My name is Katie Yang and I am a second year graphic design student at OCAD university. Some interests and hobbies I enjoy are swimming, baking, and hanging out with friends. My role at Altitude Accelerator is a graphic web designer and I primarily work on designing Instagram and LinkedIn posts, headers, and logos. I hope to achieve a better understanding of the types of work within graphic design at an established company. I believe I have contributed novel designs to Altitude while still ensuring everything stays on brand to what Altitude is known for. 

Hello, my name is Ivan Chan, I’m currently going into my last year at George Brown college for interaction design. My role at Altitude Accelerator is multimedia designer so I help with creating and editing videos and audio for our social media and podcast. I hope to grow my skills and techniques in video and audio to be a better designer and creator. Some of my hobbies are photography, gaming and badminton.

As we welcome Massimo, Baldeep, Katie, and Ivan to the Altitude Accelerator team, we are excited to see the innovative contributions they will bring to our projects. Each of these talented individuals has expressed a genuine passion for their respective fields, and their diverse skill sets will undoubtedly enhance our efforts across various departments. Whether through writing, web development, graphic design, or multimedia production, our interns are poised to make a significant impact. Here’s to a productive and inspiring summer with our new team members!

Altitude Accelerator
Altitude Accelerator is a not-for-profit innovation hub and business incubator for Brampton, Mississauga, Caledon, and other communities in Southern Ontario. Altitude Accelerators’ focus is to be a dynamic catalyst for tech companies. We help our companies grow faster and stronger. Our strength is our proven ability to foster growth for companies in Advanced Manufacturing, Internet of Things, Hardware & Software, Cleantech and Life Sciences. Our team consists of more than 100 expert advisors, industry, academic, government partners. The team helps companies in Advanced Manufacturing, Internet of Things, Hardware & Software, Cleantech and Life Sciences to commercialize their products and get them to market faster.

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