Say Hey to Our 2022 Interns – DNA Saturdays June 25, 2022

I saw this recently on 23andMe – Say Hey to Our 2022 Interns: https://blog.23andme.com/news/inside-23andme/2022-interns/

Longer article.

June 23, 2022 By 23andMe under Inside 23andMe

It’s summer again, which means 23andMe has a new class of interns. Although the pandemic put a brief pause on our intern program, we restarted the program last year with interns working remotely. This year, we’ll have a hybrid program with some interns working remotely and others in the office or lab.

This marks the fifth year of our program. s with each new class of interns, these talented young professionals will be working company-wide from internal communications and marketing to engineering and IT and from research and Therapeutics.

We’re fortunate to attract people from across the country, some still in school, some fresh out of school, and others making career changes. 23andMe believes in developing young talent, and we benefit from having a diverse class of interns with new ideas and energy invigorating what we do every day. We welcome them to our gene pool.

Read on to learn more about this year’s class of interns. We have a big pool of interns, so this is just the first group; we’ll feature the second batch of interns in part two of this post coming later this summer.

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Previous DNA Saturdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/DNA-Saturdays/

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