InternQC, an initiative of Young Professionals of the Quad Cities is designed to help young talent build valuable friendships and connections, provide access to professional development resources and make a lasting impression so that the Quad Cities is top of mind for young professionals come graduation time. New this year, YPQC is enlisting Peer Mentors to assist the Interns with navigating through the program, growing their network, and be an unofficial tour guide to the Quad Cities.

Over 200 interns are enrolled in the program this year with 27 Peer Mentors available as resources throughout the summer. The nine week program kicks off this week with an evening meetup with the Interns and Peer Mentors on the Celebration Belle.

InternQC Peer Mentors include:

Humberto Aguilar, City of East Moline

Eric Avila, KONE

Christie Bailey, Estes Construction

Dana Berggren, Community Foundation of the Great River Bend

Michael Berggren   

Christina Castro, Regus Management Group

Marlo Clark, Scott County Y

Lauren Crew, Quad Cities Chamber

Corey Ewing, Flood 93

Amy Goldsberry, KONE

Stephanie Hernandez, Family Resources

Amanda Hess, Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center

Ashley Hicks, American Bank & Trust

Adam  Holland, Quad Cities Chamber

Kathryn Hosmer, KONE

Andria Howe, KONE

Michael Johnson, Bush Construction

Lillie Johnson, Quad-City Times

Jonathan Lohman, Lohman Companies

Geoff  Manis, Blaze Restoration

Mallory Merritt, City of Davenport

Rachel Parkin, John Deere

Melissa Pepper, Lane & Waterman

Becca Schmidt, Sacred City Church

Sam Schmidt, Sacred City Church

Kirby Vyncke, MRA-Member Relations

Laura  Walczynski, Holiday Inn Express Moline

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