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A New Member of the ‘Family’: MFC Welcomes Marketing Intern Dylan Hefty
Today, Midwest Family Care welcomes a new face in the office.
Our new marketing intern, Dylan Hefty, began a a semester-long internship today. Dylan is a 21-year-old junior at Madison Area Technical College who plans on transferring to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Once he transfers, he will pursue a degree in marketing.
Currently, Dylan is working on his general education requirements at MATC. Nearly finished, he sought an internship to round out his experience at Madison College. The Mount Horeb native said he he is eager to see the marketing world in real-world application, outside of the textbook.
“I am looking forward to gaining professional experience in marketing and in an office setting in general,” Dylan said. “Writing a paper is helpful, but it will be valuable to work on real-time projects from start to finish.”
As part of his internship, Dylan will log 150 hours between now and the end of December. Thus, he will be in the office a few days a week—working up to ten hours per week. As part of the marketing world, he will help with social media, events, SEO strategy, graphic design, website and social media analytics, newsletters (external and internal), and surveys (employee and customer).
Upon completion, Dylan earns three credits towards graduation.
We are confident Dylan’s strong work ethic, dedication, and eagerness to learn will make a great addition to the Midwest Family Care team.
Future internships, in all departments of the company, will recruit from UW-Madison, Edgewood College, Herzing University, and all local colleges and universities. In addition to mentoring, our intern sponsors are excited at the prospect of networking with new people in the community on behalf of the company.
Our motto is “Care through Community,” and we believe this requires us to remain active and proactive in the Madison area small business and academic communities.