Posted by Marion Body Works on (May 28, 2019)

Marion Body Works Creates Hands-on Opportunities for Seven Interns in 2019

Marion Body Works strives to be the employer of choice in our community and beyond. One way in which we do this is by equipping the next generation with the skills and knowledge to enter the workplace after graduation. Marion provides a select group of talented interns with the chance to work in their field of study and apply a hands-on approach. This year, without exception, we welcome again a very driven group of college and high school students to MBW.

Bridget Streicher is enrolled at Michigan Tech University, Ryan Romback is enrolled at UW-Oshkosh, and Zack Watters is a student at Marion High School, all working in the engineering department. Bryce Leaf, student at Michigan Tech University, is working in the quality department. Melody Reimer is enrolled at UW-Stevens Point and Tayla Spiegel is a student at Marion High School both working as office assistants with the human resources department

The team at MBW looks forward to providing a workplace culture to help the students grow as they pursue their educational goals and move into their careers.

(Pictured left to right: Bridget Streicher, Ryan Romback, Melody Riemer, Bryce Leaf, Tayla Spiegel, and Zack Watters)

About Marion Body Works

Marion Body Works manufactures Fire & Emergency Apparatus, Commercial Truck Bodies, Aluminum Custom Cabs, Custom Engineered Vehicles, and Defense Products for customers across the country. Marion has been privately owned, family operated, and continuously operated in Marion since they were founded in 1905. Marion specializes in all aluminum products, with more experience in this area than any other U.S. manufacturer. The company’s capabilities include aluminum and steel fabrication, welding, plumbing, foam insulation, hydraulics, electrical and electronic controls, and painting.