The Internship Show

New Relic

October 02, 2020 Scholars, Inc.
The Internship Show
New Relic
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The Internship Show
New Relic
Oct 02, 2020
Scholars, Inc.

On this episode of The Internship Show, we speak with Cristin Rigney and Duyen Nguyen from New Relic. Cristin is Pacific Northwest born and bred, and worked in an HR role for 12-years and in university recruiting for 8 years. She has  built and run internship programs with 4 companies in financial services, healthcare consulting, and tech. Where Duyen graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Neuroscience and minor in Finance. She started her career working in financial services, but then succumbed to the extrovert's adage of "loving to work with people" and that's how she got her start in recruiting. It was in that transition that she found a passion specifically for university recruiting since she gets to work with students to build a launching pad for a successful career.

They shared the best ways to make connections at a company, what makes their program special and how students in tech can stand out when applying to a role.

This episode was brought to you by Scholars. Scholars amplifies top employer brands to an audience of diverse students from across the country through curated podcasts, blogs, newsletters and more. 

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Show Notes

On this episode of The Internship Show, we speak with Cristin Rigney and Duyen Nguyen from New Relic. Cristin is Pacific Northwest born and bred, and worked in an HR role for 12-years and in university recruiting for 8 years. She has  built and run internship programs with 4 companies in financial services, healthcare consulting, and tech. Where Duyen graduated from Indiana University Bloomington with a degree in Neuroscience and minor in Finance. She started her career working in financial services, but then succumbed to the extrovert's adage of "loving to work with people" and that's how she got her start in recruiting. It was in that transition that she found a passion specifically for university recruiting since she gets to work with students to build a launching pad for a successful career.

They shared the best ways to make connections at a company, what makes their program special and how students in tech can stand out when applying to a role.

This episode was brought to you by Scholars. Scholars amplifies top employer brands to an audience of diverse students from across the country through curated podcasts, blogs, newsletters and more. 

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
Subscribe on Spotify
Subscribe on Google Podcasts
Listen to past episodes here!

Want to be a guest on the show? Click here to contact Parker about why you should be featured on The Internship Show!