Introducing our 2015 Interns

Coldbrew Creative is proud to welcome our seven new interns of 2015! We are looking forward to helping them develop new skills and teach them what it’s like to work at a start-up company.

Our interns will be responsible for web development, sales/business development, and marketing.

Below is a small introduction of our wonderful interns. Check them out!

Dustin Truong

What is your major and what school do you go to?
– I am a Business Marketing major studying at San Jose State University.
2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
– I currently am a Marketing intern here at Coldbrew Creative
3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
– While working with Benjamin Yin, my responsibility focuses on helping Coldbrew Creative better reach its target audience on a physical and social plane.
4. What are you looking forward to learning at Coldbrew Creative?
– I look forward to be working with experienced people in marketing and gain some knowledge and experience in Social Media marketing.
5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
– I like to play video games in my free time, and a fun fact about me is that I am crazy obsessed with cats.

Sharon Tsui

What is your major and what school do you go to?
– I am a Business Marketing student at San Jose State University.
2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
– Marketing Intern
3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
– Aside from marketing the products we create, I also help Benjamin Yin with increasing our social media presence.
4. What are you looking forward to learning at Coldbrew Creative?
– I am looking forward to gaining hands-on experience in public relations and marketing. I hope to polish and refine my communication skills through the constant outreaches to other organizations.
5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
– I can speak 5 languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, French, and German.

Christopher Cacho

  1. What is your major and what school do you go to?
    – B.S. Bus. Admin, Concentration in Management Information Systems (M.I.S.)
    Minor in Computer Science
    2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
    – Web Development Intern
    3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
    – Passionate about design and skilled in code, I contribute on the Development team to make web pages awesome and/or more awesome.
    4. What are you looking forward to learn at Coldbrew Creative?
    – I’m really looking forward to expanding my knowledge in UX/UI Design as well as picking up some skills that enable me to apply it all!
    5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
    – Table Tennis is my jam. My family is everything to me. My faith brings me the greatest joy and peace. Every day I am humbled, happy, and hopeful.

William Chan

What is your major and what school do you go to?
– I am a Computer Science Major at San Jose State University
2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
– Web Development Intern
3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
– Part of my responsibilities are to make sure that our clients are satisfied with the exquisite aesthetic, and luxurious designs we provide to them. Simply put, I help give our clients the Spark they need for their websites.
4. What are you looking forward to learning at Coldbrew Creative?
– As time progress, I hope to take on very challenging assignments and learn from them. I love challenges.
5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
– Fun fact about me: I wake up every morning, drink my cup of coffee, gaze outside my window and ponder – what is the next big idea?

James Hoang

What is your major and what school do you go to?
– I currently attend San Jose State University as a Business Major with a concentration in Finance
2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
– Sales Intern
3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
– Current responsibilities are to assist and develop strategies to enhance sales.
4. What are you looking forward to learn at Coldbrew Creative?
– I look forward to learning more about business development and to grow with the company.
5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
– I love calisthenics, basketball, and football. I am addicted to Mexican candies.

Gordan Huang

  1. What is your major and what school do you go to?
    I am currently a proposed Business Management/Economics and Environmental Studies students at UC Santa Cruz! Go Slugs!
    2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
    Right now, I am part of the Sales and Business Development team. I am here to make our customers realize the Spark in their companies as well as Coldbrew Creative’s!
    3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
    I am currently an intern, so I am just learning as much as I can. I contribute to the Sales and Business Development team.
    4. What are you looking forward to learning at Coldbrew Creative?
    I am hoping to develop my sales and business skills. I also want to experience the adventures of a start up!
    5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
    I love Kanye. Kanye is God. I also work out on my free times if you are interested. Actually, I seriously enjoy basketball and baseball. A big fan of the SF Giants and Golden States Warriors. I also have an interest in clothing, particularly street wears.
    6. Goals of 2015 related to your work
    Hopefully, in 2015 I will be a experienced salesman and contribute as much as I can to Coldbrew Creative. I also wish to bring in as many clients to Coldbrew Creative and grow a huge client networks for us

Joe Xie

  1. What is your major and what school do you go to?
    – I am studying at San Jose State University and my major is Computer Science
    2. Your position at Coldbrew Creative
    – Marketing Intern
    3. Your responsibilities at Coldbrew Creative
    – As a Marketing Intern at Coldbrew Creative, I am planning to help market our company and reach out to clients in China
    4. What are you looking forward to learning at Coldbrew Creative?
    – I would like to get myself involved with web development and increase my knowledge in marketing
    5. Hobbies? Fun Facts?
    – Hanging out with friends, watching movies, traveling, and meeting new people!

We look forward to working with our new interns and seeing their skills blossom. Keep up the good work, interns!

 

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