Meet our Student Interns

Meet GTE Financial's Student Interns

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  • Amanda Dragomer

    Community Partners Intern
    University of Tampa
    B.A. in Public Relations & Advertising 

    As a Community Engagement Intern at GTE Financial, Amanda is responsible for implementing the Retire on Track program, developing an annual Community Partner off-boarding process, and assisting with events and financial education workshops. Amanda enjoys working at GTE Financial because of the supportive culture. As an intern, Amanda has been given many responsibilities and opportunities that have allowed her to grow professionally. Amanda says, "If I could describe GTE Financial in one word, it would be 'community' because this credit union truly cares about each employee and each member."

  • Julien (Tripp) Moreton

    Member Experience Intern
    University of Tampa
    B.A. in Finance, Minor in Marketing

    As the Member Experience Intern for GTE Financial, Tripp spent his time identifying and helping solve areas of concern and inefficiencies to insure the best possible experience with GTE. Tripp says, "Having the ability and support to go out to Community Financial Centers and obverse first-hand interactions in order to give the most to our members has been an amazing opportunity. The culture here at GTE is remarkable, everyone truly plays a role is making GTE the positive community it is proud to be.” 

  • Lindsey Schiller

    Marketing & Graphic Design Intern
    University of South Florida
    B.S. in Marketing & Management

    As the Marketing Intern for GTE Financial, Lindsey developed and designed digital and print pieces to actively promote GTE’s product and service offerings.  She also led campaign and web development projects to continue improving GTE’s marketing efforts.  Lindsey enjoys working at GTE because there are endless opportunities with the company, always allowing room for growth.  Lindsey says “If I could describe GTE in one word it would be ‘innovative’ because GTE is always open to new ideas and never stops planning for the future.”

  • Christopher Rosenberg

    Assurance & Consulting Intern
    University of Tampa
    M.B.A. in Analytics

    As an Assurance & Consulting Intern at GTE Financial, Chris utilized the Automated Command Language (ACL) to assist the ACS team with internal auditing activities. Chris enjoys working at GTE Financial because, as an intern, he is given opportunities to make an immediate impact on the company. Chris says, "If I could describe GTE in one word it would be “forward-thinking” from the culture to technology, GTE is always pushing the envelope to ensure they remain a top tier credit union."