2019 Summer Interns


This summer, we welcomed Fiona Carter, Stephen Ozoroski, Alison Huffman, and Kate Skowronek to Duraloy for their 2019 summer internships. Duraloy prides itself on having a strong internship program, bringing new perspectives to our organization while giving the students hands on experience and assisting them financially through college. While at Duraloy the students encountered real world challenges, tasks, and decisions that required them to use principles learned in the classroom, and knowledge that can only be gained through experience.

Fiona Carter is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh - Greensburg. She returned for her second internship with us and helped assist in the modernization of our Management Reporting Systems. We were happy to welcome her back. Fiona reported to Shawn Jones - Manager of Information Technology, and is studying Information Technology and Mathematics.

Stephen Ozoroski is a senior at Penn State Behrend in Erie, Pennsylvania. This was Stephen's first internship with us, and we were impressed with his body of work. Stephen is studying Mechanical Engineering and reported to Dale Smodic - Vice President/General Manager to support capital projects and other foundry improvements.

Alison Huffman is a sophomore at Penn State Behrend in Erie, Pennsylvania. This was Alison's first internship with us. Alison is studying Computer Engineering and reported to Shawn Jones - Manager of Information Technology. She was a welcome assistance to our IT Department, getting involved in ways to streamline quality data collection and distribution of the data into our management system.

Kate Skowronek is a sophomore at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. This was Kate's first internship with us, and we were excited to have her join our team. Kate is studying Finance and reported to Kelli Dragovich - Controller. Kate helped support the daily activities of our Accounting Department.

We would like to thank all of our interns for their hard work this summer. We hope that their internships were as enjoyable for them as it was for us to have them. Good luck at school this Fall!