Menasha’s summer intern program kicks off with community service
Menasha recently kicked off its summer intern program by focusing its 35 interns on the company’s efforts to make a positive difference in its community.
The company’s interns sorted and packed diapers and other absorbency hygiene products for infants and adults at Jake’s Diapers in Kaukauna, Wis. Jake’s Diapers provides diapers across 20 countries for refugees, veterans, people in poverty and those affected by disasters.
“It’s important that we let our interns know that our company is a strong supporter of the communities where we live and work,” said Amy Wittig, talent management specialist at Menasha Corporation. “What better way to communicate our values than to actually live them by spending a little time making a difference at an important community organization.”
Menasha’s summer intern program allows interns to work at various company locations in North America during its eight-week duration, Menasha said.
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