Finance Student Seeking Internship
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Location: Minneapolis, MN, United States
School: University of Minnesota
Major: Finance, Accounting, and Management of Information Systems

Finance Student Seeking Internship

Nicholas P. Mattiacci

University of Minnesota – Curtis L. Carlson School of Management Minneapolis, MN
Bachelor of Science in Business May 2019
Majors: Finance, Accounting, and Management Information Systems
GPA: 3.4
Honors: Thomas Leary Scholarship Recipient
Consortium Institute of Management and Business Analysis Paderno del Grappa, Italy
International Study Experience May to June 2017
Vantage Minnetonka, MN
Minnetonka Advanced Professional Studies September 2013 to June 2014
 Participated in hands-on learning in a real world setting
 Completed 10-week project for General Mills analyzing how teens use cell phones, giving General Mills a social guide to develop teen brand loyalty
 Mentored by Global Director, Human Resources, R&D at Cargill, Inc.
Work Experience
Valet and Dock Attendant Excelsior, MN
Maynard’s Restaurant May 2015 to Present
 Encouraged customer loyalty by welcoming customers and ensuring satisfaction upon departure
 Served customers by safely parking their vehicles
 Successfully trained new employees on processes and procedures, including customer service and vehicle handling procedures
Technology Intern Minnetonka, MN
Hemingway Wealth Management January 2015 to June 2016
 Installed and maintained computers, networking equipment, printers, and other office electronics
 Imported data into CRM software and organized customers’ files
Student Concession Stand Supervisor Minnetonka, MN
Minnetonka Diamond Club May 2013 to July 2014
 Tracked inventory levels and evaluated financial data for concession stands that did a combined $50,000 in revenue per summer
 Trained and managed volunteer workers on essential functions, such as inventory management and cash handling
Junior Varsity Football Captain & High Impact Leadership Team Member Fall of 2014 and 2015
 Acted as liaison between players and coaches discussing team issues
 Inspired teammates to perform at their best to meet team and individual goals

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