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Celebrating Engineers

Feb 19, 2018 | by Daniela Williams, Project Manager | Tags: Company Culture

It's National Engineers Week! This morning our Fun Committee kicked off a week of celebrating the many engineers at ISE with bagels for everyone.  I know they have a few more exciting activities planned for this week as well. 

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2017 Blog Post Round Up!

Dec 21, 2017 | by Valyn Reinig, Marketing Specialist | Tags: Company Culture

Next week we’ll be taking a break for the Holidays, including a little time off from blogging. But don’t worry, we’ll be back in 2018 with more posts! 

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ISE Thanksgiving Traditions

Nov 21, 2017 | by Valyn Reinig, Marketing Specialist | Tags: Company Culture

As this year begins to come to a close, it’s a great time to reflect on the things in life that bring us joy. Of those things, Thanksgiving traditions usually rank pretty high. This year, I asked ISE employees what their favorite Thanksgiving tradition is. Here’s what they said….


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Three Principles of a Successful Internship Program

Nov 16, 2017 | by Griffen Clark, Software Engineer | Tags: Company Culture

What makes a great internship experience? This is the question that is always in the back of my mind, as a member of ISE's Internship Committee. We know that there is no single, cookie-cutter answer to this question that can apply to every single intern we bring on. Every person seeking an internship position has a different technical and cultural background. The last thing we can assume is that our potential interns will all want the same kind of experience. Now, I don't mean to brag or anything, but ISE was awarded with CBJ's  2016 Best Internship Program for a small company, so we know a thing or two about how to have an award-winning internship program. When it comes to maintaining that status, it mainly boils down to three principles: Trust, Trade, and Transparency, and who doesn't love alliteration?

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